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The cozy hotel Eden in Tiberias

Eden Hotel in Tiberias presents a long tradition of hospitality and leisure in a cozy atmosphere.
From the service the hotel provides, their convenient location, which is situated as a short walk to the most popular sites in the city. 233 more words


Dreamers Give Rise to Nightmares in the Middle East

ISIS, a nightmarish army of Islamist are storming Iraq. Killing mercilessly, they are imposing a Medieval version of Sharia Law on those they decide to let live. 753 more words


Obama's Afghanistan

While Iraq crumbles into civil war in the wake of Obama’s disastrous and weak Middle East policy, the Taliban are strengthening by the day in Afghanistan. 80 more words

Cultural Barometer

How does one do a comparative measure of social change in the Middle East?

Trying to nominate a country in the Middle East that has endured the most social change over the past 5 years can be likened to selecting a beauty pageant winner between triplets. 518 more words

Arabs: We Want Democracy - Like Israel

Gatestone Institute, by Khaled Abu Toameh:

“How many Arab leaders would be left if they went on trial of similar cases of bribery and corruption?” — Zuhear al-Karim, Arabic CNN.

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Counter Jihad Report

Behind the Headlines: Egypt

by Saara Ilmonen

Three years after the revolution that toppled the regime of Hosni Mubarak in January 2011, Egypt has not managed to fulfill many expectations that its own citizens as well as the international community had for it at the beginning of the Arab Spring. 1,621 more words


Egypt & Democracy

The longing for democracy in Egypt  has been apparent for a significant amount of time in this Ancient Land’s, modern history.

However, despite the anticipation that surrounded the democratic election of… 361 more words