Monthly Archives: December 2011
Note: The following story and interview of Dr. Samer Shehata are from Al Jazeera English, and reposted here for this week’s poll: Egypt’s constitution. The Blogpost is reposted from EgyptSource, managed by the Atlantic Council’s Rafik Harriri Center. EgyptSource, a … Continue reading
By: Arab-Amreekiya~ *DISCLAIMER NOTE: These are solely my opinions and do not apply nor are they representative of my affiliations. Ask yourself where were you on December 17, 2010? Yesterday, a year ago, a young fruit vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi … Continue reading
Middle East ~ Telecoms, Internet, Broadband, & Mobile Statistics
Washington, DC ~ On Monday, President Obama received Prime Minister Nour Al Maliki In Washington, DC to announce the end of the war in Iraq, which was previously announced by former President Bush back in 2003. A war ends twice, … Continue reading
There is an economic side to Iran as well… According to the New York Times, Iran’s subsidies regime, introduced to ensure a fair distribution of limited goods during the Iran-Iraq war, has placed enormous strains on the country’s finances, with … Continue reading
By: Mehrunisa Qayyum Washington, DC – On Thursday, December 1st, The General Delegation of the PLO to the United States held “International Day of Solidarity With the Palestinian People” hosted by Ambassador Maen Rasheed Areikat and his wife. Although the … Continue reading
Which news development in the pita-consuming region will produce the most impact this month as we welcome 2012?