Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Arab spring''
Ali Harfouch It did not take long before the euphoria from our brother Muhammad Mursi’s “victory” was clouded by the paradoxes and inconsistencies packaged with the illusion of power. The real scope and parameters of Mursi’s [...]
Ramzy Baroud When will the Palestinians revolt? The answer, according to an Israeli official: not this year (as quoted by Agency France Press). An internal Israeli Foreign Ministry report last month also concluded that a third [...]
Hasnet Lais The Arab Spring, dubbed ‘a grotesque verbal distortion of the great Arab/Muslim awakening’ by The Independent’s Robert Fisk, has undergone a paradigm shift in the Egyptian context. The recent victory of the Muslim Brotherhood [...]
Moazzam Begg – The witchunt on Abu Qatada simply reiterates the British Government’s relationships with dictatorships – past and present Until the devastating 11 September attacks the name of Abu Qatada al-Falastini (the Palestinian) was relatively [...]
Idries de Vries Sheikh Yusuf, Your appearance at Tahrir Square on the 18th of February 2011 during the height of what has been named the “Arab Spring”, and the warm reception given to you at the [...]
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 [...]