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  • Author: Gilad Atzmon
       In his latest Newsweek article Stephen Kinzer wonders who America is betting on to counter the popular rising forces in the Middle East: 'The same friends it has been betting on for decades' he answers. 'Mubarak’s pharaonic regime in Egypt, Mahm
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  • Author: Muhammad Nizami
      Earlier this week, the Guardian published the latest installment of leaks, and not that the popular uprising in Tunisia wasn’t a surprise in itself, but the matter that is most sensitive to Muslims across the globe took an interesting turn. It s
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  • Author: Mark Perry
     The Palestine Papers give the world an unprecedented look inside the Palestinian-Israeli peace process, but they also provide a fly-on-the-wall view of how key senior American officials view their role as negotiators which, as the paprs show, apparen
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  • Author: Kathleen Christison
    The Palestine Papers and What They Reveal About the US/Israel Agenda Many people told them so -- told them, meaning told the United States and Israel and even the overeager Palestinian leadership, that the Oslo agreement in1993 wasn’t fair, that it ma
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  • Author: Imran Garda
       Former US ambassador to Tunisia Robert Godec’s ominous warnings in a confidential embassy cable about his nation’s North African ally in 2008 and 2009 have an additional political juiciness when read against the backdrop of unfolding events in
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  • Author: Robin Yassin-Kassab
      The dictator, thief and Western client Zein al-Abdine Ben Ali, beloved until a few hours ago in Paris and Washington, has been driven from Tunisia. His reign was ended not by a military or palace coup but by an extraordinarily broad-based popular m
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  • Author: Aijaz Zaka Syed
     The United States is celebrating the 82nd birth anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr, the legendary black civil rights champion and a true visionary and reformer. Considered America’s answer to Gandhi, King has inspired generations of Americans, in
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  • Author: Jennifer Loewenstein
     According to a January 10 posting on Coteret, a news, analysis and opinion website from the Israeli print and electronic media, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was ‘infuriated’ by comments made last Thursday at a briefing with outgoing
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  • Author: Neve Gordon
     Imagine a college student returning to her university after spending Christmas break at home. At the airport she logs on to the Internet to double check some of the sources she used in her final take-home exam for the course "Introduction to Human Ri
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