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Sh@ikh @lii Apr 20
The summit brought together top lawmakers of Iraq's six neighbours: Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, Jordan, and Kuwait. ⁦⁩ does that mean the revival of ?
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Elias Ghazal Apr 17
When corrupt politicians in Lebanon talk about cutting people’s salaries to save the economy, which THEY collectively bankrupted for their own benefit, the impending instability is a small price to pay. needs an
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Alexa Adams 16h
Movements like the in the 1960s and the in 2010, are examples that not only represent the changing roles of digital activism, but also the new founded role of citizen journalism.
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Pete For America 16h
My main twitter account is absolutely depressing ~ full of abuses, terror & war. I have been an activist for 40yrs & twitter became my voice during the . I stopped using that acct on New Years bc the pain I was witnessing overwhelmed me...
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hursh chandhok 12h
Replying to @ashgaaly @betwasharma
Great to see the finally reached Sudan
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Elena Ianchovichina 22h
The Arab World continues to be rocked by protests and uprisings. Eruptions of Popular Anger explains why by examining the economics of the and its aftermath and the factors associated with political instability in the region
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| Riz̈Gi | Apr 21
Replying to @Ian56789
At the same time Obama struck a deal with the Muslim Brother (Broker: Qatar - Rule: Turkey) to takeover the sunnis front through & create chaos to make it for easy for the MB Branch to take over the rule in the designated country...
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Gia Ahmed Apr 24
Is there any for the to achieve the that they have been longing for for ? And how will they be able to break from the that hold them down? Join us on:
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Ayoub Ouederni Apr 11
Long live the Revolution. Long live the Revolution. Long live the .
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Charles Onyango-Obbo Apr 7
Tunisia's 92-year-old President Beji Caid Essebsi will not seek re-election, despite calls by his party for him to stand for a 2nd term. Tunisia is the only democracy to emerge from the revolutions. Egypt and Libya went south.
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Youssef Cherif Feb 22
We are in 2019. From Algiers to Khartoum, the lives.
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#TrumpPenceMustGo Apr 9
Noticing lots of alarm on here regarding how much worse this is going to get, comparisons to Nazi Germany. WHAT’S MISSING IS A VIABLE SOLUTION. No one will fix this for us. It’s on us. Will we step up to the challenge & do what is required?
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Beem Saad Apr 15
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Right & Wrong Journal Apr 24
showcased a story this morning on The - The Worldwide refugee crisis initiated by SOS 's resulting from throughout middle-east in the UnitedStates Imperial quest to conquer natural resources- OIL
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EHSANI2 Apr 11
‘s economic challenges started when the country lost 75 % of its oil reserves after the South seceded in 2011. By the time the latest protests started, the prices that consumers pay on bread and other essential items was rising at nearly 70% a year.
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Sometimes You Just Gotta Roll the Potato 19h
The Western World will put up with a lot of horrible sh*t for oil, including beheadings (Student headed to college in Michigan beheaded by Saudi Arabian government )
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Adam Apr 11
Modern day peoples' revolutions in the Northern Libya (with very bad results) - ✔ Egypt - ✔ Tunisia - ✔ Algeria - ✔ Sudan - coming soon... Morocco - monarchy still holding
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Toha Apr 23
Both and started in 2011. is now on season 8, while is also celebrating its 8th anniversary. In this season, we already enjoyed the downfall of two powerful houses - The House of and The House of . 1/8
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Rwakakamba Morrison Apr 11
Protests & fluid formations mobilized through WhatsApp etc hardly transform victory into power. in Egypt was reaped by the organised ! protesters are staring at Military takeover! Strong Parties are Gov'ts in waiting. Mbu - Phewwww! 😂
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Lawk Ghafuri Apr 13
The ugly truth, The wave in and North forced all the leaders of the Arab world to step down or go home, except Bashar Al-Assad who killed half of a million of his own people in to stay in power.
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