Monday, September 30, 2013

The Price of Peace

Peace never comes at a cheap price.. In the Middle East, one might argue that peace never comes at all despite the best efforts, dedication and sacrifices of many heroes.

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Monday, September 23, 2013

Islamic Fundamentalism: Worldwide Nightmare

Whether you feel affected by a spate of terrorist attacks against innocent civilians over the weekend in Kenya, Pakistan and Iraq in the name of Islam or not at all, welcome to the nightmare.

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Monday, September 16, 2013

Syria’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: Hide and Go Seek

Before Syria was turned into a nation of ghosts and nightmares and before millions of Syrians were dispersed into the unknown and before hundreds of thousands were brutally killed.. Not a very long time ago.. Only a short thirty one months ago, there was an honest nonviolent uprising in Syria; and there was a dictator speaking calmly to the media, pretending to believe in reform which goes like this: “1, 2, 3, 4...” and, “You cannot start with 6 and then go back to 1,” as he said to the Wall Street Journal a week before a few brave Syrians dared to stage the first protest against him and his regime.

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Syria: To Each Their Tyrant

Alarm bells ringing all over Syria and Bashar al-Assad is turning his deaf ear. Many tales, from mythology to historic facts and regional realities, remind us of the position Assad has cornered himself in. None of them hopeful for a man who spent three years pretending he is in control; not once pausing in sorrow or remorse over what has befell his pretend empire. Not once did he mourn the loss of life and the suffering of his own subjects without pointing the blame on “terrorism,” ignoring the fact that the buck stops with him as the supposedly supreme leader.

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Monday, September 2, 2013

Obama Has Spoken On Syria: Not What You Wanted To Hear?

The drama unfolded around Barack Obama’s speech as the world waited for the U.S.’s official position on intervening militarily in Syria. If you were not busy in the past week commenting on and analyzing the situation and you simply observed, you probably came to the same conclusion.

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