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 International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian PeopleInternational Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People by The Ovi Team
November 29th. In 1977, the General Assembly called for the annual observance of 29 November as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People (resolution 32/40 B). On that day, in 1947, the Assembly adopted the resolution on t
 From Vietnam to Palestine: A Crime of Silence? by Newropeans-Magazine
May this Tribunal prevent the crime of silence … declared Lord Bertrand Russell to define both the spirit and objective of the International War Crimes Tribunal that was constituted in 1966 to inv
 Time for the Palestinians to end the slavery of been used for their own good by Thanos Kalamidas
It is now more than ever the right time for the Palestinian issue to end and stopped been used from everybody with background agenda that not always aims for the best of the Palestinian people. The last three decades the Palestinian issue has beco
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 The Palestine Question by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Thomas Friedman is an op/ed columnist who regularly writes for the New York Times. He has been an unabashed supporter and promoter of the Israeli cause, and thus, his past writings had often been so biased in favor of Israel that they never helped
 Middle Eastern Tectonic Fault Lines! by Newropeans-Magazine
Whilst having a chat with an Armenian British friend at Crush Juice last Sunday, I learnt that she had recently shifted her area of research to Sudan with its manifold issues such as Darfur, the forthcoming referendum, oil and refineries, as we
 When did Middle East get old news? by Thanos Kalamidas
Let’s say that I follow the news the last thirty-five years, and follow the news I mean I am aware of what they are talking about and able to understand the political background of everything I read. Out of those thirty-five years, each and
 When Europe lost her momentum by Thanos Kalamidas
Reading what the American president said at the 65th United Nations General Assembly about diplomacy and foreign policy I felt suddenly very sad for Europe and I remembered the dreams that build the European Union thirty and forty years ago. Among
 Is it Worse or Better in the Middle East Today? by Newropeans-Magazine
Iraq, Lebanon, Israel-Palestine … and other tensions such as the multi-polar confrontations in Yemen, the fissures in Egypt or the theocratic excesses in Iran are not leading the world into a clash of civilisations or cultures but into on
 How you call Muslims who slaughter Muslims? by Thanos Kalamidas
From the beginning of the invasion to Iraq we keep reading in the news about bombs and countless victims with young children a lot of times included in the victims; I suppose some think that these kids and their mothers are responsible for what ha
 Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon & the Middle East! by Newropeans-Magazine
Today, and unlike my wont, I simply wish to share with my readers three major political snapshots coming out of Lebanon and conclude with a few topical updates about the larger Middle East. Earlier, I was in fact thinking of a much more in-d
 Israel invites the world to revolt! by Kourosh Ziabari
Over the past 60 years, the racist regime of Israel has been continually scoffing the international community under the cover of "deliberate ambiguity" to develop one of the most perilous nuclear arsenals in the world. According to the F
 Letter from America: Israel's Flotilla Attack by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
There is something absolutely rotten and hideous about the Government of Israel (GOI) and its supporters. On May 30 Israeli forces boarded an unarmed ship with an unarmed crew, carrying no munitions or weapons, 65 miles in the sea at 2 a.m. The Tu
 When Israel politics leaves dead behind. by Thanos Kalamidas
Having work for most of my life with politics, politicians and political parties, proud for understanding - to a certain level - politics and an amateur student of history I have to admit that this last Israeli attack to the aid-carrying ships
 Inside the Revolution by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Book Review: Inside the revolution: How the followers of Jihad, Jefferson
 The Two-State Solution approaching a dead-end by Hezron H.N Nyawachi
In June 2003, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, standing alongside King Jordan II of Jordan, US President George W Bush and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas at Aqaba, Jordan said: ‘It is in Israel’s interest not to govern th
 The Israeli Factor in the Failed Middle East Diplomacy - Part 2 by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Fourteen years ago in May of 1996, a month after the Qana massacre, journalist Ari Shavit of Ha’aretz wrote, “We killed 170 people in Lebanon, most of whom were refugees, during the month of April, 1996. Many of them were women, old
 The Israeli Factor in the Failed Middle East Diplomacy - Part 1 by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Last week, seemingly frustrated with the stalemate around Iran’s proposal for a simultaneous swap of its stockpile for imported enriched fuel rods, President Ahmadinejad announced that his government would produce its own higher-enriched
 Curling with Ahmadinejad by Thanos Kalamidas
The winter Olympics in Vancouver opened carrying the message of international peace and unity while in Haiti they still count dead and Iran’s dictators celebrate thirty years since state terrorism was connected for the first time with Islam;
 Middle East ...again by Thanos Kalamidas
Another American president, another Palestinian Israeli summit, and since I’m not young I remember a lot of those summits  - a few of them ended up with Nobel prizes – but still no solution. The new American presidents always c
 An honest rendering of the Middle East conflict? by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
 American National Security in the Age of Insecurity: 5/5 by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
The Technology Divide Most Muslims think, and quite justifiably, that the western world, especially the USA and Christian Europe, likes to keep them technologically backward, more like consumers than producers of technology. Their clai
 Nuclear Proliferation - The Iran Issue: Are we heading for war? by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
It is no secret that the Bush Administration is against Iran. Thus, when in early July Iran test fired long- and medium-range missiles the corporate media echoed the sentiment as if Iran had done something awfully bad, highly provocative. Forgotte
 Voices and legality by Thanos Kalamidas
The Iranian government condemned the new EU sanctions against Teheran over the uranium enrichment program as illegal and this raises the question what is legal and what illegal. Is any written law legal or does everything have the Machiavellian ro
 Real Politik in ...Annapolis! by Thanos Kalamidas
This is it! It is just a week before the meeting for the Palestinians in Annapolis, USA; the Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert met with reporters and tried to give them his optimism for a final result till the end of 2008 despite the last minute
 Crying fire by Thanos Kalamidas
There is no way to win an argument when the other side starts with the idea that you just oppose everything they say without suggesting anything. In this case either your opponent has never heard your argument or never cared to hear. In the case o
 King Abdullah's message by Thanos Kalamidas
Looking back, the person all sides hated but respected was the only person who could handle the situation for all these years and it was none other than Yasser Arafat. With the non-surprising electoral victory of Hamas, the president of the Palest
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