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A version of Arab Spring impacts Saudis

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A version of Arab Spring impacts Saudis

A version of Arab Spring impacts Saudis By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz If Saudi Arabia is seeking “serious” political and social reform, it may be an indication that the Arab Spring is still active. For those who may have forgotten about the serial street uprisings, it is fair to say that the 2011 and 2012 events…

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Pharmacists Can Do More than Fill a Prescription

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Pharmacists Can Do More than Fill a Prescription

Pharmacists Can Do More than Fill a Prescription The dialectic of egalitarism and misogyny has been poisoning the real debate for decades in Arab societies. By Abdennour Toumi Since the burst of the political Tunisiami hit the most immune Arab tyrant castles and made others vulnerable, the materialization of the revealed demands are democratic values,…

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POTUS Trump Colludes in Israel’s Nuclear Deceptions and What The New Yorker Missed

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POTUS Trump Colludes in Israel’s Nuclear Deceptions and What The New Yorker Missed

In June The New Yorker reported on a 13 February 2017, White House meeting regarding a ‘secret’ letter concerning Israel’s nuclear arsenal under the title: How Trump and Three Other U.S. Presidents Protected Israel’s Worst-Kept Secret: Its Nuclear Arsenal By Eileen Fleming Staff writer for The New Yorker Adam Entous described a tense scene in…

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A Lone Voice Reclaiming Jesus with The Word by Beatles

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A Lone Voice Reclaiming Jesus with The Word by Beatles

Reclaiming Jesus is a manifesto and movement led by a diverse group of Christian clergy including Rev. Jim Wallis, President and Founder of Sojourners who articulates the biblical call to social justice as the way to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world. A lone voice in the wilderness is an English idiom for someone who expresses…

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Mordechai Vanunu and 32 years of Security Risks

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Mordechai Vanunu and 32 years of Security Risks

Israel’s nuclear whistle blower Mordechai Vanunu used social media to report Israel renewed the draconian restrictions against him for another year despite his being released from jail in 2004, and Norway’s granting Vanunu asylum so that he can join his wife of three years in Oslo. By Eileen Fleming Because corporate media ignores Mordechai Vanunu’s…

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Turkey’s Second Republic: Between Dialectic Realism and Societal Pragmatism

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Turkey’s Second Republic: Between Dialectic Realism and Societal Pragmatism

Turkey’s Second Republic: Between Dialectic Realism and Societal Pragmatism President re-elect Erdoğan is realistic about the challenges he faces in leading his nation domestically and regionally.   By Abdennour Toumi President re-elect Reçep Tayep Erdoğan has officially become the first elected President of the Second Republic of Turkey, and the 12th President of modern Turkey…

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