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  • 07/10/2011 - 20:37
    Mohammad el-Ashab

    While there were expectations that the response will rather come from Algeria, Paris has stepped right in the middle of the existing crisis between Morocco and Algeria, expressing its wishes that the obstacles preventing the establishment of the Maghreb Union would be overcome. According to France, the Moroccan King Mohammad VI’s call for a new page in the relationships between the two neighboring countries t, might indeed help in bringing the different points of view closer together.

  • 07/10/2011 - 20:37
    Hassan Haidar

    It is difficult to accept the idea that the US Ambassador in Damascus Robert Ford headed to the city of Hama against the will of Syrian authorities. Indeed, if the Syrians had wanted to, they would have stopped his motorcade at the army checkpoint at the entrance of the city and sent him back to the capital.

  • 07/10/2011 - 20:37
    Walid Khadduri*

    In 2004, the geologist Harry T. Holzman deployed to Iraq as the U.S. Army's Chief Analyst for Iraq Oil & Gas Infrastructure. He worked with the Ministry of Oil and other ministries to assist in the reconstruction of the country’s infrastructure. He also gave advice on several of the oil and gas articles in the 2005 Constitution of Iraq. Before his deployment to Iraq, he served in the U.S. Army Reserves, and was the president of the geological information and mapping company Geomaps. He retired in 2008 from the U.S.

  • 07/09/2011 - 20:34
    Mohammad Salah

    Regardless of the details of the massive protest in Tahrir Square yesterday, the most important of what it has proven is that the agreement of political elites and forces on general principles close to people’s ambitions and to the wishes of the Egyptian people ensure that the revolution which began on January 25 will continue to move forward, and that the scuffles of politicians and the struggles over gaining the bounty of the Revolution most certainly lead to eroding the positive effects achieved by the Revolution so far, and threaten to send the goals it sought to achieve flying in the

  • 07/09/2011 - 20:34
    Mostafa Zein

    The band of the Likud and its philosophers were the stars of the carnival staged by part of the Syrian opposition in Paris. Calling for the festivities was Bernard-Henri Lévy, who is – for those who do not know him – one of those who used to be called the “New Philosophers” in France, a group that also include his colleague André Glucksmann. Both abandoned philosophy a long time ago.

  • 07/09/2011 - 20:34
    Jihad el-Khazen

    In the days of old, an advice was worth a camel. Today, I have some advice to Arab leaders and others for free, and I do not want a camel or a lamb in return. Instead, my reward would be for them to implement what their peoples want of them.

  • 07/08/2011 - 15:59
    Husam Itani

    The demonstration, which was called for by the Egyptian revolution youth so it would have a million participants and which will be staged today on a number of Egyptian squares and arenas, is a necessary step to bring the revolution back on the right track.

  • 07/08/2011 - 15:59
    Jihad el-Khazen

    I think in dialectal and I write in literary Arabic. Yesterday, I was thinking about the events in Syria, while saying to myself “I’m going nuts”. I almost cannot believe what is happening. Every day, people are killed and injured there. Lives are what matter most, and I have thousands of Syrian friends, while I see no end for the calamities in sight.

  • 07/08/2011 - 15:59
    Walid Choucair

    Lebanon is seeing a huge political struggle now being dominated by playing with words and maneuvering, as big-time headlines and slogans are wielded. Some parties are saying one thing and privately maintaining the opposite; they put forward descriptions by which they mean to cover up things that are the opposite of their true meaning. They announce commitments that allow them to escape their pledge, and then to place the responsibility on others.

  • 07/07/2011 - 14:46
    Husam Itani

    His voice sounded troubled and deep in the videos posted on internet websites. He would be singing, chanting or yelling slogans, of which he had invented some and gathered others from among those that had been raised by protesters in Hama, Homs, Daraa and others.