Considering the numerous variables at play, only the Palestinian people can tell us when they are ready for an intifada, because, essentially it belongs to them, and them alone.
The war on the mosque, which is spirituality central for hundreds of millions of Muslims, is not simply the work of a few Jewish extremists. It is part and parcel of an Israeli government agenda.
Ennahda was not able to manage a dialogue with the influential and capable Tunisian media establishment, something that can be attributed to the absence of a clear media policy for the party.
The view that one particular religious doctrine is uniquely extremist won't help us understand cycles of brutality that have fed on years of circulating narratives, images of torture, and violent murd
The clarity of the objective of war as stated by both sides would push to ask two questions, the answers of which show the victorious and the loser and replace lengthy political analysis.
Why did that war that dragged on for 50 days stop now, and all of a sudden? What' are the main reasons for that?
This amounts to the military/war-time equivalent of holding a gun to someone’s head and saying “don’t make me shoot you,” then demanding that they give you their wallet, or else.
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