"They might think that the ongoing turbulence and instability in much of the Arab world constitute an opportune time to gang up on the Aqsa Mosque. But they are mistaken.”
There is little, if any, uproar and outrage, when brown women suffer at the hands of western men and women, or their cronies, as is the situation in Iraq.
US left Iraq with the worst possible scenario: beyond-corrupt sectarian central government, many ruthless parties vying for power/revenge, and sectarian polarization at its most extreme manifestation.
Three years of a brutal war later, Yarmouk is now nothing but ruins, and houses only around 18,000 residents — down from 250,000 — who could not escape to Lebanon, Jordan, or elsewhere.
The situation is insane, rendering an entire society unproductive and perpetually on hold. Gazan award-winning journalist describes the misery in the blockaded Strip.
Yemen’s divisions are copious and growing, allowing the old regime to find ways to once more dominate the country.
The question is can reconciliation work for Egypt and what lessons can it learn from models like the Gacaca courts in Rwanda, Mandela’s approach.
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