Browsing All posts tagged under »Arab world«

When change becomes a must!

November 19, 2012


It is perhaps not surprising, amid the general leveling of discontent in Jordan, to arrive to the spark of mass protests. The failure in finding a real solution for many pending issues (reform, corruption etc) was due to the immature vision that  denied and refused to face the problem. Actually, it considered the popular protests a […]

The Hope for True Reforms (1)

April 7, 2012


By Dr. Abderrazaq Bani Hani For almost 2 years the Arab World(AW) has been embroiled with political and social unrest. People from the middle and downtrodden poor classes went en mass to the streets, in the baldest challenge to the authority of tyrants such as Bin Ali (Tunis), Mubarak (Egypt), Gadhafi (Libya), and Saleh (Yemen). […]

Awn Al-Khasawneh Show us real reforms for the sake of God!

April 1, 2012


Five months passed for this new government, but nothing changed, more trouble and problems going on. In a country ready for change, Awn al-Khasawneh isn’t the right man for a prime minister position, at least during this period, he is too good, to be true. Khasawneh, the respected international jurist, is so weak and slow in taking […]

Let them eat baklava

March 25, 2012


Today’s policies are recipes for instability in the Middle East IT IS sadly appropriate that Mohamad Bouazizi, the Tunisian whose self-immolation triggered the first protest of the Arab spring, should have been a street vendor, selling food. From the start, food has played a bigger role in the upheavals than most people realise. Now, the […]