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by: RAMI KHOURI 2008-8-27
The Jordanians threw Hamas out of the country a few years ago soon after King Abdullah II assumed office, and ever since then two major trends have defined their ties. The first is that Jordan has seen Hamas (and Hezbollah) as significant strategic threats because of their close ties with Iran. At one point a few years ago I heard from senior officials in Amman that they feared Hamas and Hezbollah would fire rockets and attack Jordanian targets in retaliation for any possible Israeli a..

by: Rami Khouri 2005-12-13

Embracing The Brotherhood

   
Rami G. Khouri is editor at large of the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper, published throughout the Middle East with the International Herald Tribune.

The moment of reckoning about the next stage of Arab political development is upon us faster than anticipated, with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt winning 88 seats out of a to..


by: Rami Khouri 2006-9-11

Freedom and democracy are promoted abroad while their core operative values are eroded in the United States and England, argues Rami Khouri.


The fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States and its aftermath is generating much analysis and discussion throughout the world, but most of it is sadly incomplete. We hear of many ways in which the world has changed s..