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DIRTY MASHUPS 14h
1/ In 2010-2011 the dominated news headlines. Sarkozy and Obama got their war and ripped shit out of Libya. A country that was minding its own business. Why did the MSM support the protests? Because it sold weapons and shared their POV
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EU Young Leaders Jan 18
Is about to experience more political turmoil? Young Leader Chaima Bouhlel provides context for The readers perplexed by continued instability in a nation many hoped would be the ‘s success story:
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adel abdellatif Jan 16
Who put the ‘Post’ in the Post-? It was not the Arab Spring that died; rather the idea of the Arab Spring was overwhelmed by interests. It became a process overshadowed by a new and far more deleterious narrative of the region.
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I_B_M 16h
Hi Mona. It was your reporting during the rising that I joined Twitter to follow. It is magic to see you still about. to you and yours Mate. Thanks for keeping it real and stay safe. .
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| Riz̈Gi | Jan 18
Also support to the in creating the , the thing too through & . I mean he had couple of treasonous acts against the American National Interest....but who cares he gave good speeches.
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SaadAbedine 20h
The former political henchman of 's 🇪🇬 ousted dictator , Ahmed Aboul Gheit, current Secretary-General of the (VERY pathetic) Arab League, takes another piss at the "They call it Arab Spring but it was destructive from day one"
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John Farebrother 8h
will be the new
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John Farebrother 8h
will be the new
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Asya Jan 17
2.0 Troll center double agents half IQ
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ElPinksto 8h
Replying to @sahouraxo
Actually thats not quite correct as I understand it. Al Quaeda and later ISIS related orgs were not the intended recipients of the encouragement and largesse. However, the idea that the adventure ended in disaster, along with much outcomes seems true enough.
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John Farebrother 8h
will be the new
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Kunashe Ndondo Jan 14
Replying to @Tauya01
I think repressive regimes need an
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Roots in the Middle East 14h
Young adults and teenagers have been at the forefront of many movements, pushing for social change across the globe. Read here about the 5 powerful movements driven by young activists.
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Andrea Cellino Jan 18
Excellent comment rejecting the parallel between and “The yellow vests (...) are merely the street wing of a movement whose goals have more in common with counter-revolution, than they do with the Arab revolutionaries.”
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Tawasne Jan 10
Replying to @swinter100 @naomi_long
The sad thing is the remains think if they get another vote and it goes their way then that's it everyone happy, how wrong will they be
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VeroBalderasIglesias 8h
Very tight security at . Last time I captured an image like this was during the in Tahrir Square. Completely different circumstances I underscore, but somehow came to mind.
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Ian Taylor 8h
Anyone ask if she supports regime change in yet?
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The New Arab 13h
Comment - ‘The violence and extreme politics associated with the is far removed from the 's push for egalitarianism‘
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Right & Wrong Journal Jan 18
The Memo That Helped Kill a Half Million People in Syria- Anybody Surprised Hillary Clinton Was Involved Who Was Directly Responsible for the Worldwide Refugee Crisis?
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Rice University News Jan 18
The paved the way for an authoritarian backlash, says a new report edited by
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