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The Feb.2007, Arrests in Saudi Arabia : Terrorists or Civil society & democratic Activists?

Friday 4 May 2007
Professor Matrook Alfaleh
To All, Worldwide, Human Rights & Civil Society’s Organizations, including UN-Council on Human Rights As well as to Public Figures & (...)

A Saudi Prince Tied to Bush Is Sounding Off-Key

Friday 4 May 2007
Helene Cooper and Jim Rutenberg

General Musharraf’s Only Exit route

Friday 4 May 2007
Wajid Shamsul Hasan
LONDON: Pakistan is in a fix. Some call it a defining moment others describe it as a cross-road or the edge of precipice. It is difficult to find (...)

Thumbs down on Talibanisation

Tuesday 1 May 2007
’Mullahgardi band karo’: Peaceful rallies against violent mullahs
Iqbal Latif Citizens of Islamabad and Rawalpindi on Thursday staged a peaceful protest against the violence of religious extremists who have (...)

To the Arab Jews: Happy Passover!

Sunday 29 April 2007
Hesham Elthouky
In an article on the Arab reformist websites Aafaq (April 9, 2007) and Middle East Transparent (April 8, 2007), Egyptian author Hisham Al-Tuhi (...)

Two openings March 14 might consider

Thursday 26 April 2007
By Michael Young
Daily Star staff It’s never easy to discern movement in the midst of glacial stalemate, but the ice has definitely budged in the past 10 days in (...)

Pakistan’s Secular Origin needs to be Restored

Monday 23 April 2007
Wajid Shamsul Hasan
Pakistan has come to be a failing state in the rapid process of being Talibanised. Its internal situation as it stands today, does not offer any (...)

Overblown: The inflated terrorism threat

Monday 23 April 2007
John Mueller

The blogosphere’s foreign informant

Monday 23 April 2007
By Michael Young
What is it about the blogosphere that can transform perfectly credible academics into unethical hit men? The object of my inquiry is one Joshua (...)

Political Tribalism in al-Ja’ashen, Yemen

Monday 23 April 2007
Jane Novak
The winds of change may be sweeping across Yemen. President Ali Abdullah Saleh recently appointed Dr. Ali Mohammed Mujawar as Prime Minister. (...)

China’s book industry is lagging behind

Monday 23 April 2007
Dr. Abdulla Al-Madani
My article on India’s huge book industry two weeks ago seems to have encouraged numerous readers to inquire about the other Asian giant’s (...)

Prepare for less attention in Paris

Monday 23 April 2007
By Michael Young
Jacques Chirac still has some weeks left in office, but as of this Sunday, when France votes in the first round of its presidential election, the (...)

Getting close is ’love’ it is too hot to handle for sick minds!!

Monday 23 April 2007
Iqbal Latif
On a Pakistan government website, it says: "2007 has been declared the ’Year of Tourism’ by the Pakistan Government." We wonder if Pakistan’s (...)

Duck Soup

Monday 23 April 2007
What a satirical weekly can tell us about France’s elections
Michael Young As France prepares to vote in the first round of its presidential election on April 22, an indispensable guide to a campaign (...)

General Pervez Musharraf Threatens West

Saturday 21 April 2007
By Wajid Shamsul Hasan
London: Certain signs precede certain events. Those who read celestial signs seem to believe that finally time has come for a change. The (...)

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