Reuters photo By Sami Jamil Jadallah Revisiting the Arab Spring I grew up when there were curfews that lasted for days, when listening to the wrong radio station could land you in jail, when a stupid, illiterate “security/mokhabarat” could haul you to jail for no reason and I remember when and actually […]
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Karam Al-Masri/AFP By Sami Jamil Jadallah In order for the Arab world to catch up with the rest of the world, not in buying weapons or engaging in more wars (27 wars among Arabs only and counting), but to catch up in education, science, technology, vocational training, job training, employment and rights of citizenship, […]
By Lydie Denier “This is NBC breaking news, what started as scattered violence against the American Embassy in Cairo and the US Consulate in Benghazi is taking a very deadly turn.”
By Saida Panesh Asya Eutykh is the seamstress of gold and the gunsmith woman-master from Adygea. People justifiably name her ‘Golden-armed’. She is one of the few gunsmith women-masters from Caucasus that reveals the ancient secrets of silver molding, blackening and gilding.