Tag Archives: Middle East

9 March

Change is in the air. From protests in the Middle East and Africa, to several mid-Western states here in America, from China through North Korea and Burma, oppressed people are voicing their intolerance of hunger, demanding meaningful work, and dreaming … Continue reading

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Lessons from Egypt

The Egyptian people have taken the first step towards transforming their society, and arguably the entire balance of power in the Middle East. Forcing their long-time ruler from power leaves a vacuum that may be filled with more of the … Continue reading

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The Middle East Situation Continues To Evolve

Are you among those Americans who are held, rapt, in front of news waiting to hear if the Egyptian people are successful in ending one of the most despotic regimes of the Arab world? Do you wish you could have … Continue reading

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Middle East Burning

The Middle East, traditionally a tinderbox awaiting a spark, is burning. In just the last two weeks, Tunisia’s youth, sparked by the self-immolation of a college-educated yet unemployed compatriot, have led marches and demonstrations that drove the Western-backed president to … Continue reading

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