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The Settlement part one

March 5, 2019   Here is A Settlement   to consider   which   can change the fate of humanity For  Gretta and her group of friends To present During their protest.   ( I think that the protest is scheduled for the 15th, that’s ok ) I will be having a Ceremony, by …

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ShiBboLeTh

By Russell Morris, an American author     A letter to all the people out there Including U2 Bono Who have just started hearing That there are two forms of money Not just one. From The Beast.   To whom it may concern And everyone else too. There is hoardable money. …

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Illegal migration is Tunisia’s biggest 2019 challenge

Tunisia’s biggest challenge in 2019 is to combat illegal migration from its naval borders. With the ongoing crisis in neighboring Libya the North African country’s geographical location makes it an ideal hub for migrants looking to set off towards the European Union (EU). by Arthur Blok* Tunisia witnessed some dramatic …

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SADC summit releases its findings and resolutions

by Meekaeel Siphambili Gaborone, Botswana: The 38th Ordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) which  was held at Safari Court Conference Centre, Windhoek, in Namibia, on 17and 18th August 2018 has released its findings and resolutions concluded from the meeting of heads …

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Will Zimbabwe follow the steps of Sudan?

THE LEVANT EXCLUSIVE – BY Meekaeel Siphambili — Gaborone, Botswana: A Zimbabwean political organisation which claims to be advocating for the liberation of the Ndebele speaking Zimbabweans, Mthwakazi Liberation Front (MLF) is calling for an independent state in the southern part of Zimbabwe. According to the organisation, the need for …

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The Water Crisis in Syria

By Areej Zaher*   After seven years and a half, war has taken its toll on Syria, and many conflicts rose to the surface, and raised many concerns. Internal strife , civil war and terrorist attacks bring untold hardship to the civilian population. however, water conflict was a big concern, …

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Jerusalem is a Red Line

By: Wasan Abu Baker*   Ben Gurion in 1948 said, “We must do everything to insure the Palestinians never do return. The old will die and the young will forget”. In a recent interview with Helena Cobban hosted by the Institute for Palestine Studies, Dr. Rashid Khalidi, the founder of …

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BOOK REVIEW – Jerusalem Stands Alone

Jerusalem Stands Alone. Written by: Mahmoud Shukair. Reviewed by: Wasan Abu Baker. Mahmoud Shukair is a Palestinian author, born in Jabal Mukaber, Jerusalem in 1941. He has written short stories and novels for adults and teenagers.  His work has focused on the Palestinian cause, especially Jerusalem.  Mr. Shukair has authored …

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The rapprochement between India and Israel

By Geoffrey Cook*   The friendly ties between India and Israel are only about twenty years old whereas rapprochement  started haltingly five years earlier in 1992.  They have become most friendly with the rise of the Narendra Modi and his Islamophobic BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) during 2014. Today their ties …

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Saudi Women and the Economy

by Mohammad Zayed* — In a historic step towards economic and social reforms following the falling of oil prices by more than 50%, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz has recently declared the lifting of the long-standing ban on women driving in the kingdom (the only country in the world that …

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Why Do Revolutions Erupt?

    by: Abir Bassam* — The question was raised by Dr. Haytham Mouzahem in his Arab book “Why Do Revolutions Erupt?”(2017), coincided with the eruptions or so-called revolutions in the Arab states under the title: “the Arab Spring”.  However, the question was answered in reference to several historians’ and …

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ICCROM 30th General Assembly

The 30th General Assembly of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) held from 29 November – 1 December in Rome, will provide a platform to stimulate dialogue on sustainable approaches to the reconstruction of destroyed and damaged historic cities. Delegations of ICCROM’s …

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