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Ali Harfouch The End of Hezbollah in the ‘New’ Middle East This is our stance and obligation: we have tried to be people of sincerity and fidelity; we believe in truth and enunciate it. We defend [...]
Ali Harfouch The Self-Defeating Mimic: A Walking Paradox A liberating moment occurs when the oppressed can think beyond the imaginary horizon constructed by the oppressor. A liberation of the consciousness and the inauguration of an emancipatory [...]
Ali Harfouch Debate, discussion, and consultation are essential if Islamic activists are to draw and develop and elucidate a programme of liberation for the Muslim world following the tumultuous revolutions which toppled the long-standing Arab despots. [...]
Ali Harfouch “…thus We have placed within every city the greatest of its criminals to conspire therein. But they conspire not except against themselves, and they perceive not….” As flames engulf streets across [...]
Ali Harfouch Few Words of ‘Liberty’ Liberation cannot be reduced to economic justice, political independence, or free intellectual inquiry. To do so would be to limit servitude, the antithesis of liberty, to one of many power-structures. [...]
The ‘Turkish Model’ has recently conjured much debate – and has become the centre of discussion amidst the revolutions. Western nations like the United States and France see the Turkish Model as the ultimate solution to [...]