Added on 11/06/2013
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JONATHAN COOK: A dozen young men have returned to the village from which their grandparents were expelled in 1948 and set up camp
Added on 28/06/2012
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RAMZY BAROUD: 450,000 UN-registered refugees live in Lebanon. They subsist in poverty, living in 12 concentration style camps, denied basic rights and lack nominal political horizons.
Added on 27/03/2012
The View From Fez
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THE VIEW FROM FEZ: The march was in support of Palestine but there was no doubting the underlying message.
Added on 17/01/2011
James M. Dorsey
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JAMES M. DORSEY: Mounting tension in Jordan is unlikely to produce the same result as protests in Tunisia, but promises to make soccer an increasing flashpoint…
Added on 12/12/2010
Football riots , Jordan , Palestinians , Washington Post
NASEEM TARAWNAH: As a people, we need to find ways of putting aside the rage and the blame. History has shown us little good ever comes from either.