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by: Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis 2009-6-1
Despite its references to the oppression of the Kurmandji (not "Kurdish") ethnic minority, the Amnesty International Report 2009 on Syria does not mention either the indigenous Aramaean nation or various religious groups that have been persecuted over the past decades...

by: Mohamed I. Abdi 2009-2-6
Many Somalis both in Diaspora and inside the country have vehemently welcomed the election of Sheikh Sharif sheikh Ahmed as the new president of Somalia and hope he will unite the feuding parts of Somalia in an all-inclusive government capable of ending the protracted civil war in Somalia but I see it as an increasingly forlorn hope because of the colossal obstacles he should face. He would lead the third Somali government to be incepted outside the country for the last decade in which..

by: Darrell Williams 2007-10-21
The U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003 succeeded in achieving ‘regime change‘. This goal was clearly stated in the Republican Party platform prior to the 2000 U.S. presidential election...

by: Timothy W. Brown 2007-8-30
The August 2007 by-elections in Lebanon were held to fill the parliament seats that became vacant by assassinations earlier this year. Former president Amin Gemayel, whose son Pierre was slain in March, lost to a relatively unknown candidate in the early August elections...