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As US and EU leaders urge Egypt to reform in face of popular uprising, Israel voices support for Mubarak’s government. Israel has called on the United States and Europe to curb their criticism of president Hosni Mubarak “in a bid to preserve stability in Egypt” and the wider Middle East, an Israeli newspaper reports.

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Bloodshed, tears, but no democracy. Bloody turmoil won’t necessarily presage the dawn of democracy. Could it be the end of the age of dictators in the Arab world?

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Tunisians have sent a message to the Arab world, warning leaders they are no longer immune to popular anger. The Tunisian uprising has brought down the walls of fear, erected by repression and marginalisation, thus restoring the Arab peoples’ faith in their ability to demand social justice and end tyranny.

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The Tunisian uprising has forced President Ben Ali to step down and flee the country, leaving other Arab leaders wary about their future if their people follow Tunisia’s footsteps. What is the future of Tunisia, and could it have an impact on other states in the region?

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Egypt has recently held yet another fraudulent and farcical election. Ballot boxes were stuffed. Votes were bought. People who considered voting for the opposition were subjected to violence by professional thugs. Egypt is living under a “draconian state of emergency”.

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I have three answers,” the Jew told the rabbi when his neighbour sued him for not returning a borrowed jar. “First, I never borrowed a jar from him. Second, the jar was broken. Third, I returned it to him long ago.” Avigdor Lieberman’s peace plan shows a similar kind of logic.

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Dec 19 2010 Abdul Wahab is one of about 1.2 million Afghan children who joined the labour market to help their families. (Reuters) With sweat dripping down his face, 11-year-old Abdul Wahab swings a heavy sledgehammer down onto a red hot piece of metal to mould it into a truck part. “My father can’t feed […]

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Many people in Qatar and abroad believe that the FIFA World Cup 2022 would provide a rare opportunity to introduce Islamic values and traditions to the rest of the world. The mega event will help Qatar introduce the authentic traditions and norms of Islam blurred by negative media publicity, say several intellectuals and scholars.

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Secret US cables reveal that Australia doesn’t see Iran as a ‘rogue state’ and that its nuclear program is ‘deterrent’, a sharply contrary view to that of most Western countries. Australian intelligence agencies fear Israel may launch a military strike on Iran to knock out its nuclear facilities, which they said could trigger a nuclear war, leaked US diplomatic cables have shown.

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The pope is responsible for the Vatican’s growing hostility towards Turkey joining the EU, previously secret cables sent from the US embassy to the Holy See in Rome claim.

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