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Thomas van Linge Sep 21
"The people want the fall of the regime!" 7 years after and the revolution in started the Syrian people still take to the streets in their thousands to demand the downfall of Bashar al-Assad. Like here in Saraqib () today.
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ISAAC YB Sep 14
Replying to @ZylofonMedia
The is already here. All young people in this country should stand up for MenzGold and the jobs at MenzGold. Let us speak, we can't continue to lose jobs and nobody cares.
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Thomas Daraki Sep 22
Continuing demonstrations in today - the chant which has carried throughout the (since 2011) still being shouted and chanted.."al-shab yureed isqat al-nizam" = the people want to overthrow the regime
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Patricia Parkinson Sep 15
These stories also are echo chambers for societal sentiment. I see that with + and sounds similar to and Deep State (which I haven't read yet) referenced in the article.
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NECSI Sep 17
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The New Arab 24h
Book Review - “Barack Obama, 'lackey' of 's Muslim Brotherhood“ writes //
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Gordon Gray Sep 21
Sabrine Jenhani: “The in was the beginning of a new era, especially for artists. Since 2011, Tunisia has known an incredible boom of creativity starting with fine arts, theater, music, cinema.” via
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The New Arab Sep 13
“I see you, Bashar al-Assad“ writes Omar Sabbour //
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Inge H. Borg Sep 18
Continue with the well-priced of Books 2-5. After the uprising, the chase is on for fifty Golden Tablets, believed to reveal the origins of the first Egyptians. Will our Egyptologists survive their dangerous quest?
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The New Arab 14h
Book Review: “NYT correspondent David Kirkpatrick's book is a revealing look at an ill-informed and bitterly divided Obama administration in the aftermath of 's Arab Spring“ writes //
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Trisha Gupta Sep 22
My review of Benyamin’s always engaging, deceptively ‘simple’ Jasmine Days.
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Kimani John Sep 17
Has anyone thought the could have been caused by the release of Harry Potter Deathly Hallows. When the movie depicted muggles being murdered by death eaters, there was bound to be an uprising
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The New Arab Sep 21
Comment: ‘Five years after 's coup: Soul searching, resistance and division‘ “ // }
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Joumana Gebara Sep 21
Replying to @joumanagebara__
8/ Religious Aspect is ruled by a dictator and Islamist whose party the are Muslim Brotherhood. As I explained several times, MB doctrine goes hand-in-hand with Wilayat Al Faqih. 's supported in in & even !
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Vernon Smith Sep 21
Dr Papacharissa begins her keynote on during The study of Egypt is a fascinating approach linking the to the
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The New Arab Sep 20
“Both Islamist and secular leaders have reason to consider how their actions or non-actions contributed to the collapse of 's democratic experiment“ writes D. Brumberg // }
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Regina Chris-Ogbodo 19h
Replying to @merrybola
When a people says NO, it resonates to the outside world. Noone trully has power over a majority unless they allow.
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harish sachdeva Sep 22
Replying to @akhanmca @bainjal
Raffaele will prove to be indian moment of the
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Christopher Finlay #FBPE Sep 22
“If the reason for obeying government is self-preservation, then what if the government itself threatens your life?” Thinking with Thomas Hobbes about the Syrian conflict
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Ned Krema Sep 21
This photo was taken yesterday in Tripoli, showing a burned body from the continued conflicts that is having from more than a month.
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