Category Archives: Nationalism

From the case of President Shukri al- quwatli to the case of President Bashar al-Assad and road to Tehran runs through Damascus

Rusan is comparing the ongoing events in Syria with what happened in 1957, the same conspiracy the same goals. Here, let us remember that Nasir’s in 1957 rejected Baghdad Pact , known as Dwight Eisenhower‘s Project, to contain the Soviet … Continue reading

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Syria: Why is it Taking So Long?

A Syrian refugee is pictured at the Al Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, 31 July 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Muhammad Hamed)   By: Nahed Hattar Published Tuesday, December 4, 2012   … Continue reading

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Palestine was not the only usurped Arab country , no doubt it was usurped in a very special way , directly and exhaustively, but the other Arab countries were not less usurped , each in a special way and in … Continue reading

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On the 42nd anniversary of Nasser’s Death: 4 Nasserist Parties merge to stop selling out Egypt

Hundreds of Egyptians gathered at former President Gamal Abdel Nasser’s mausoleum on Friday to commemorate the 42 anniversary of his death and declare merge. “The king is dead!,” as the French say, “long live the king!” “Will this be the … Continue reading

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Reviving Nationalism in The Arab World

A Syrian refugee holding the opposition flag attends a protest against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, in Amman 19 July 2012. (Photo: Reuters – Muhammad Hamed) By: Antoun Issa Published Wednesday, July 25, 2012 “Nationalism” has an ugly connotation in the … Continue reading

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