Monthly Archives: April 2015

How Israel will be destroyed without one shot being fired

For more than six decades, American support for Israel has relied on the ability of pro-Israelis to dominate #US. media, enabling Tel Aviv to put a positive spin on even its most extreme behaviour, including its recent massacre in Gaza. … Continue reading

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The Story of Kuwait

Kuwait has been one of the most open political systems in the Gulf. It included a parliament with legislative powers. But the 85-year-old ruler, Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah , has the final say in state affairs and picks the prime … Continue reading

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Understanding Syria’s rebel groups – Who’s who?

Originally made up of citizen volunteers who took up arms against their government and called the Free Syrian Army (FSA), the anti-government military formations in Syria have mushroomed into several hundred groupings numbering a few dozen to over 10,000-35,000 fighters.

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Beautiful Arabic/Middle Eastern (Perisan, Turkish) Poetry Collection – with English Translation

I am a great admirer of Arabic and Persian poems and the outstanding imagery in this poetry collection is enhanced by their (Poets’) poetic choice of heavenly metaphors blended with the rhythm flowing from their hearts. In other words I … Continue reading

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Army of God? 6 Modern-Day Christian Terrorist Groups You Never Hear About

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) recently released an in-depth report on terrorism in the United States. Covering April 2009 to February 2015, the report (titled “The Age of the Wolf”) found that during that period, “more people have been … Continue reading

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