Here are some pictures from Gaza and the rest of the Muslim World, which clearly show that hunger in Muslim countries is too prevalent for Arabs to concentrate all of our political energy unto a region less desperate than any other other Muslim country. Need we say more about these
A small but inconspicuous article appeared in the al-Nahar newspaper in Lebanon (Their English edition on the Internet is called Naharnet) detailing a Hummus war between proud Lebanese citizens and as proud Israeli citizens in which size matters more than taste. I say then, let Syrian Israeli Falafel war begin.
Loyalty to the US by some American-Muslims is both lacking and insincere. I happen to tune to AM-570 in Washington DC, and by sheer coincidence Prof. Walid Phares, a Fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, was on the Laura Ingraham Show discussing Shahzad and the many terror
Annual Scientific Budget of Syria is $2.2m. It does not include nuclear research or Syria’s nuclear program. Washington DC – December 13, 2009 — In authoritarian Arab regimes, in general, rulers are disinterested in promoting sciences and advanced research for several reasons. Some rulers do not want advanced learning to
Human rights organizations have been quite in the news lately with some of the light shining on them instead of the usual bright light they shine so well onto others. There is a leading role for HRW and Amnesty to embrace. There is little doubt of the effectiveness of organizations
Washington DC – September 19, 2009 – (Farid Ghadry Blog) — As tensions rise between Syria and Iraq over Assad’s support of destitute Ba’athists wrecking havoc in Iraq, the Defense and Security Committee of the Iraqi Parliament is heading for the Security Council to invoke Chapter VII proceedings against Syria.