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‘Victory within reach of Egypt protesters’

February 4, 2011 Leave a comment

Anti-government protesters take part in Friday Prayers at Liberation Square in Cairo February 4, 2011. The massive anti-government protests across Egypt are “gaining momentum” and will yield results in less than a week, says a professor at American University of Beirut.     Read more…


Why Westerm powers prevent Democracy in Arab world

March 24, 2010 Leave a comment

It may seem inacceptable for many people, but this a reality that western powers firmly block the way of democracy in Arab nations like Jordan, Saudi arabia, Kwait, Egypt, Bahrain … In fact western powers support the absolute Arab dictators to suppress democratic movements.
Why the west never supports democracy in Arab nations? Because they think democracy is against their economical and political interests. But dictator rulers can satisfy western interest. But in the long term they are wrong…

Two kinds of development for Muslim nations

March 22, 2010 Leave a comment

Most sociologists of 19th century believed Nonwestern nations should copy western type of development and put aside thier own type of living including their cultures, economy and tradition and even language.
Today the above idea is absurd to most sociologysts. They believe native culture, language and economy is very essential for sustainable development. There is a unique way for the progress of each nation. Japan is a good example. Japan recieved western technology and combined it with native tradition.

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Muslims will get united?

March 20, 2010 Leave a comment

Today ideological and political differences has led Muslim nations in an ununited situation. We shouldnt ignore the role of super powers in hilighting differences.
Specially the existance of Israel with the strict support of the west has created huge tensions among Muslim and Arab nations. But these factor on the other side has provided a babkground for unity. Now the people and goverments have realized their enormous economical and political benefits to get really united and they moving toward unity.

Iran sanctions will not yield results: Erdogan

March 10, 2010 Leave a comment

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that imposing additional sanctions on Iran over its uranium enrichment program will not yield any results. “I don’t believe that any further sanctions will yield results,” Erdogan told journalists in Riyadh on Tuesday, adding that earlier rounds of sanctions “have never yielded results.”    Read more…

Iran urges Germany to end support for terrorists

March 10, 2010 Leave a comment

The German Ambassador to Tehran has been summoned by an Iranian parliamentary committee over Berlin’s decision to release the leader of a Kurdish terrorist group ‘Party for a Free Life in Kurdistan (PJAK). “As a country which has broad relations with Iran, Tehran expects Germany to end its support for the PJAK terrorist group,” Mehr News Agency quoted the Chairman of the Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy Alaeddin Boroujerdi as saying.   Read more…

Lebanese factions discuss defense strategy

March 10, 2010 Leave a comment

Lebanon’s rival political factions agree on a national defense strategy in a new round of talks hosted by President Michel Sleiman. Nearly 20 party leaders and parliamentarians met at the presidential palace to hold the reconciliation talks established as part of a ceasefire deal that put to rest the 2008 clashes waged by some Sunni groups against the Hezbollah resistance movement.  Read more…