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Human Rights Watch

Wednesday 18 July 2007
Saudi Arabia: Officials Harass Forcibly Divorced Couple
(New York, July 18, 2007) – After a Saudi court forced a married couple to divorce in response to a lawsuit brought by the wife’s brothers, (...)

CIA Said Instability Seemed ’Irreversible’

Thursday 12 July 2007
By Bob Woodward
Early on the morning of Nov. 13, 2006, members of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group gathered around a dark wooden conference table in the (...)

Terror Watch: The Return of Al Qaeda

Thursday 12 July 2007
By Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball
A new National Intelligence Estimate raises concerns that the terrorist group is growing stronger. WEB EXCLUSIVE Newsweek July 11, 2007 - A new (...)

Mostly, a divine victory for disinformation

Wednesday 11 July 2007
By Michael Young
It says something that one year after the summer 2006 war, we’re not sure whether to celebrate Hizbullah’s "divine victory" or bemoan Israel’s (...)

U.S. Envoy Offers Grim Prediction on Iraq Pullout

Wednesday 11 July 2007
By JOHN F. BURNS and ALISSA J. RUBIN BAGHDAD, July 9 — As the Senate prepares to begin a new debate this week on proposals for a withdrawal from (...)

Yemen: ICRC activities January to May 2007

Tuesday 10 July 2007
Thousands of Families were Forced to Leave their Homes in Saada
In the Sa’ada region of North Yemen, confrontations between government forces and the Believing Youth resumed in January 2007. The fighting often (...)

Dink’s Murder Was ’Planned by a Bigger Network’

Tuesday 10 July 2007
SPIEGEL INTERVIEW WITH TURKISH-ARMENIAN EDITOR ETYEN MAHCUPYAN

Human Rights and Democracy in Iran: An Interview with Ladan Boroumand

Monday 9 July 2007
By Prof. Alan Johnson
Professor ALAN JOHNSON’s DEMOKRATIYA (based at Edge Hill University)is a must for readers of Middle East Transparent. Add it to your favorites (...)

Step away from the bomb shelter - for now

Sunday 8 July 2007
By Amir Oren
The young man in shorts who was waiting for the elevator in the General Staff building recently looked, at first glance, like a settler without a (...)

U.S. Aborted Raid on Qaeda Chiefs in Pakistan in ’05

Sunday 8 July 2007
By MARK MAZZETTI
WASHINGTON, July 7 — A secret military operation in early 2005 to capture senior members of Al Qaeda in Pakistan’s tribal areas was aborted at the (...)

Strategic rift in Bahrain’s royal court

Sunday 8 July 2007
By Borzou Daragahi
Some members of the ruling family reportedly back hard-line Sunni groups; others advise helping disenfranchised Shiites. July 7, 2007 MANAMA, (...)

Asia is increasingly going nuclear

Sunday 8 July 2007
Dr. Abdulla Al-Madani
In his recent survey, Professor Purnendra Jain, head of Asian Studies at Australia’s Adelaide University, holds that many Asian countries are (...)

Chaotic Lebanon Risks Becoming Militant Haven

Saturday 7 July 2007
By SOUAD MEKHENNET, MICHAEL MOSS and MICHAEL SLACKMAN
BEIRUT, Lebanon, July 6 — Minutes before Islamic militants and government troops began killing each other in northern Lebanon six weeks ago, a (...)

When Dictators Dictate: Why do Arab thugs always get away with murder?

Saturday 7 July 2007
Michael Young
In his remarkable book, Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar, Simon Sebag Montefiore does a service by focusing on the intimacies of power. In his (...)

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