Tag Archives: Protests

So…What if?

Let us for a moment ask, “What if the Muslim Brotherhood comes to control Egypt?” Let us in addition argue that this would not be in the form of an Iran-esque theocracy, but a Turkish style Islamist democracy. I wrote … Continue reading

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Another “War Crime” that Wasn’t – Abu Rahma

At the end of last week, Jawaher Abu Rahma died. It was the day when there was a large protest at the security fence outside of her village of Bil’in. The IDF used tear gas to dispel protesters who were … Continue reading

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If it’s Friday, there must be violent anti-fence protests

Okay, now I’m starting to wonder what’s going on with all these protesters getting hit by tear gas grenade canisters. Anti-fence rallies in Ramallah area lead to violent clashes between Palestinians and security forces once again: A 20-year-old Palestinian was … Continue reading

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Don’t get too chummy with that flaming dummy

Didn’t his parents teach him not to play with fire? Bonus: Note the third word on the protest signs: “Foolish.” Priceless isn’t it? There something serious to this though. Whenever there’s a protest in the Arab world, there are no … Continue reading

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