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Algeria: The People Are Missing

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Algeria: The People Are Missing

Algeria: The People Are Missing In Algeria, Saïd’s name was firmly rooted as a passe-droit code among a relative consensus of the Algerian regime’s clans. By Abdennour Toumi  The relation between the Algerian regime, finance, and the powerful business barons of the private sector under the Bouteflika system have pushed many observers and political analysts…

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Open Letter to Jared Kushner and all Americans who ‘drive drunk’

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Open Letter to Jared Kushner and all Americans who ‘drive drunk’

Responding to Jared Kushner’s “Peace to Prosperity Economic Plan” is Sam Bahour’s “Open Letter To My Fellow American, Civil Servant Jared Kushner: From one American to another: Get out of the car. Go home” that follows this reminder from Jonathan Ben Artzi, a nephew to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who went to prison for 18 months for refusing to serve…

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Middle East Analyst: Solution to Iran Issue is Israel-Palestine

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Middle East Analyst: Solution to Iran Issue is Israel-Palestine

Middle East Analyst: Solution to Iran Issue is Israel-Palestine Middle-East analyst Jerome Segal, who last June challenged Senator Ben Cardin in the Maryland Democratic Primary because of his vote against Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, and because of Cardin’s support for the right-wing government of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, argues that unresolved Palestine-Israel peace process…

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UN Human Rights agency releases report on Khashoggi murder

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UN Human Rights agency releases report on Khashoggi murder

UN Human Rights agency releases report on Khashoggi murder The United Nations Human Rights Council released a 99 page report detailing the gruesome murder of former Saudi advocate and later Washington Post columnist and critic of the Saudi Government, Jamal Khashoggi, on Wednesday, June 19, 2019. Khashoggi had been an insider with special access and…

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Census and (lack of) Sensibility in the way nation’s manipulate population data

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Census and (lack of) Sensibility in the way nation’s manipulate population data

Census and (lack of) Sensibility in the way nation’s manipulate population data Governments around the world manipulate their Census data on populations in order to undermine minority rights and strengthen government abuses against minorities. In the United States, the government has used the Census for decades as a means of suppressing the actual numbers of…

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UN and rights groups denounce Egypt’s abuse of Morsi

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UN and rights groups denounce Egypt’s abuse of Morsi

UN and rights groups denounce Egypt’s abuse of Morsi The United Nations Human Rights joins in denouncing the abuse of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi who died in Egyptian custody after being held in solitary confinement for years following the military coup. Morsi had brought on his own troubles by seeking to amend the Egyptian…

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