O president, just because you have forgotten your promises, doesn’t mean that we ever will.
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In 2008, while veteran journalist and writer Ibrahim Eissa was receiving the Jibran Twini Lebanese Pioneer Press Award from the World Association of Newspapers in conjunction with the Lebanese newspaper al-Nahar, an American journalist named Marmuq wrote an article in the New York Times saying: “The first thing I do whenever I wake up is …
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In Mid-March of 2011, 60 civil society organisations submitted a draft law pertaining to the work of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) under then Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, while Dr Gouda Abdul Khaleq was in charge of the ministry of social solidarity. They waited for a date for a discussion of the new law, which included protecting …
We do not mention his involvement in the crime. Nor do we mention his defence to the matter. We do not know of his opposition to an error. Nor do we not know of his political stance. He is Amr Moussa, the veteran diplomat with a long history of nearly 53 years of service in …
How many years will we wait for the ruler to be convinced that his position in power is temporary?