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How an Arab-Israeli Politician's Efforts Inadvertently Dispel the "Apartheid" Myth

Mike Fegelman | Posted 06.19.2013 | Canada
Mike Fegelman

Jamal Zahalka is a shining example of why Israel is not an "apartheid" state. On top of being an Arab-Israeli citizen, Zahalka is a member of Balad, a...

Is the Arab Spring Most Strong in Egypt?

Yoni Goldstein | Posted 02.12.2013 | Canada
Yoni Goldstein

In terms of the Arab Spring, Egypt is the most evolved nation. Syria is still mired in phase one; Libya is in phase three. But if the constitution is indeed accepted by the populace. Egypt will have made it to phase six -- it will have effectively completed its transition to democracy. Egypt presents the most significant storyline of the Arab Spring because it offers us the best view of what the future might look like in the Middle East. And what exactly is that?

There Are a Lot More than Tunics at this Tunisian Fashion Show!

Ramp1885.com | Posted 08.08.2012 | Canada Style
Ramp1885.com

For the second consecutive year, Tunis's historic Acropolium de Carthage has been the theatre of a week's worth of fashion extravaganza and talent. Attracting style aficionados of all ages, sexes and fashion orientations as well as local and international press, the 4th edition of Fashion Week Tunis 2012 is still the talk of the town in now-oh-so-famous Tunisia.

Sons of Dictators an Intractable Problem?

Qais Ghanem, MD | Posted 12.11.2011 | Canada
Qais Ghanem, MD

Arab nations that succeed in overthrowing their dictators have to ensure that any future presidents, whether civilian or military, are never allowed to appoint their sons to vital positions, especially any military or police or security ones.