Posts Tagged “fanatics”

In Middle East, Deep down, we all know that peace is best

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In Middle East, Deep down, we all know that peace is best

Deep down, we all know that peace is best By Ray Hanania Saudi Gazette, Sunday Dec. 5, 2014 Being Palestinian is like living on a roller coaster, a ride that has its ups and downs, its fear and its excitement. There are some days where I am angry about the violence that takes so many…

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Saving Palestine: Part 3

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Saving Palestine: Part 3 Saudi Gazette Saturday, July 06, 2013 By RAY HANANIA The unfolding tragedy in Egypt as democracy comes crashing down is a reminder of the reality of the Arab people: We know how to protest, to complain, to reject and to destroy, but do we as a people know how to build?…

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Saving Palestine: Part 2

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Saving Palestine: Part 2 Saudi Gazette Saturday, June 29, 2013 By RAY HANANIA Last week I explained why the question of Palestine is so screwed up. Now I’ll explain how Palestinians can get their lives back, if they have good leaders, and the extremist activists can be silenced. If the years of failure have proven…

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إنقاذ فلسطين : الجزء الأول

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إنقاذ فلسطين : الجزء الأول بقلم راي حنانيه (Saving Palestine Part 1) كغيره من وسائط التواصل الاجتماعي عبر الانترنت، يُعتبر فيسبوك أداة مُبهرة وسيفا ذو حدّين، فيه الجيد والسيّء. فمن جهة يمكن اعتبار فيسبوك وجوجل وتويتر وغيرها من عمالقة التواصل الاجتماعي كحكومات على رأس كل واحدة منها ديكتاتور، لا يسعى إلى دعم الحريات الفردية بل…

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Chaldean Times Exclusive: Israel isn’t only oppressor of Christians in Middle East

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Chaldean Times Exclusive: Israel isn’t only oppressor of Christians in Middle East

Israel isn’t only oppressor of Christians in Middle East By Ray Hanania Exclusive to the Chaldean Detroit Times June 24, 2013 We often hear about the discrimination that takes place in Israel against Christians, but always in the context of discrimination against Arabs. But that is clearly not the only place where Christians face discrimination….

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J Street’s failures

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J Street’s failures Saudi Gazette Sunday, June 16, 2013 By Ray Hanania There is no doubt that Israel has been a major contributor to the collapse of the peace process. Worse though is the fact that “moderate” American Jewish organizations, like J Street founded in 2008 to promote a peaceful solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict,…

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الحرب بين المتطرفين والمعتدلين تطال اللجنة العربية الأمريكية لمكافحة التمييز

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الحرب بين المتطرفين والمعتدلين تطال اللجنة العربية الأمريكية لمكافحة التمييز ADC slammed by fanatics in Detroit بقلم راي حنانيه رشيدة طليب، أمريكية فلسطينية نائبة في المجلس التشريعي لولاية ميشيغن، بعثت برسالة نارية في 31 مايو/أيار للجنة العربية الأمريكية لمكافحة التمييز، وهي أهم منظمة في أمريكا تعنى بالحقوق المدنية للعرب، تتهم فيها مدير فرعها بميشيغن، السيد…

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Democracy is never perfect (Arabic) لا تكون الديمقراطية كاملة أبدا

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لا تكون الديمقراطية كاملة أبدا بقلم راي حنانيه إن الإفراط لا يتوقف في حدود الكلمة في العالم العربي بل هي علامة متجذرة في ذهنية الانسان العربي. فالعرب يغذون “الافراط” عن طريق المشاعر، التي هي فياضة في العالم العربي أكثر من فيضان النفط. والعرب لا يتوقفون في حدود الانتقاد، بل غالبا ما نذهب به إلى حدوده…

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US Congressman says racism is okay – against Palestinians

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US Congressman says racism is okay – against Palestinians BY RAY HANANIA Saudi Gazette Newspaper 5-12-13  Ever since the terrorism of Sept. 11, 2001, American politics has been moving further and further to the right. The migration from moderation to extremism has been slower among Democrats but it has been an avalanche among Republicans where…

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Winners, losers and local Republican pyrrhic victories

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Winners, losers and local Republican pyrrhic victories By Ray Hanania  An overview of some of the key races in the Chicagoland suburban areas: Patlak versus Sean Morrison The right wing extremists celebrated a pyrrhic victory Tuesday night with the narrow victory of Dan Patlak over better qualified Sean Morrison. Patlak will face a stiff challenge…

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