Added on 25/03/2012
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JUAN COLE: Not that you’d know from watching American TV news but there have been important developments in the Arab world recently
Added on 03/03/2012
Bashar al-Assad , Camp David , Damascus , Doha , Egypt , Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood , Fatah , Gaza , Gaza Strip , Hamas , Hizballah , Iran , Iraq , Ismail Haniyeh , Israel , Khaled Mashaal , Lebanon , Mahmoud Abbas , Middle East , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Palestine , President , Syria , Tunisia , United States , West Bank , Yemen
RAMZY BAROUD: Hamas might be reinventing itself, or it may simply be trying to weather the storm. Either way, it is quickly leaving its traditional home.
Added on 05/10/2011
Rob L. Wagner
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ROB L. WAGNER: A new secondary school textbook highlights the struggle between liberals and conservatives within the Saudi Ministry for Education.
Added on 07/03/2011
James M. Dorsey
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JAMES M. DORSEY: For the first time in its history, Turkey is emerging as a true bridge between East and West. Unrest elsewhere however puts Turkish aspirations to the test.
Added on 24/02/2011
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STEVE ROYSTON: At one time or another, Al Jazeera has made enemies of Bahrain, Kuwait, the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain and Iraq, but is that just the price of reporting ‘the truth’?
Added on 20/02/2011
Common Ground News Service
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KHALED DIAB:The change convulsing the Middle East is being viewed fearfully by Israel. But there’s an opportunity for it to improve its relationships…