Monthly Archives: February 2007

More Ethnic Conflict in Iran

Trouble brewing in Iran’s east http://archive.gulfnews.com/opinion/columns/region/10106716.html  By Abdullah Al Madani, Special to Gulf News, February 24, 2007 Unlike Pakistan’s southwestern province of Balochistan, which has been receiving extensive media coverage as a result of its uprising against the central government … Continue reading

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Israel Helps Bedouin Women

Israel’s Bedouin women turn desert plant into skin remedies By Nicky Blackburn, Israel 21C, February 25, 2007 There’s nothing particularly appealing about the Bedouin town of Tel Sheva in the Negev desert. Founded in 1968 as part of a government project … Continue reading

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Arab Crisis

The Lessons of History! By Ahmed Al-Rabei, Asharq Alawsat, 22 February 2007 “We still even glorify and probably even sanctify our killers and those who steal our livelihood and for years we have been repeating that we are victimized by … Continue reading

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Friendship on Temple Mount

The wonderful story of Jewish-Muslim cooperation under Turkish rule By Yehuda Litani, YNet News,¬†February 22, 2007 A delegation of Turkish experts is expected to visit the excavation works at the Mugrabi Bridge near the Temple Mount within the next few … Continue reading

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One Muslim Day

One Day in the Muslim World International News, Trade Arabia, February 20, 2007 (Editor’s Note: the following is list of today’s international news as reported by Trade Arabia http://www.tradearabia.com/tanews/newstitle.asp?Sn… )  Somalia clamp on militantsPosted: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 Somalia’s transitional government has set … Continue reading

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Withdrawal of Privileges

Missed Opportunities in Holy Cities Editorial from CN Publications, February 20, 2007 “There can be no peace between Arabs and Israelis until the Islamic societies adopt the basic moral concepts of tolerance, acceptance, and conflict resolution. This is not a conflict … Continue reading

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Religious Freedom in Israel

Carmelite Monastery to follow Bahai Temple Garden will span an area of three hectares and will feature numerous statues, religious artifacts and a large amphitheatre overlooking a spectacular view By Ofer Petersburg, YNet News, February 19, 2007 The order of … Continue reading

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New Hope for RA

Anti-inflammatory drug breakthrough from Israeli biochemist By Patricia Golan, Israel 21C,¬†¬†February 18, 2007 The transformation in her laboratory mice was so dramatic that Israeli biochemist Prof. Rachel Levy could not believe her eyes when she first saw the results. The … Continue reading

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