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Arab women artists seek “revolutionary” change

Arab women artists seek “revolutionary” change

*Editor’s note: This is the first installment of six-part stories about six Arab women  artists devoting themselves to creating different style of art and innovating their methods of expression for “revolutionary” change. Six Revolutionary Arab Women Artists What is revolution in art? Isn’t it calling for, seeking and attempting to bring about change? Look at the works of the six women […]

The Nuclear Dinner!

What could the chef prepare for the ‘Nuclear Dinner’ in  Seoul Nuclear Security Summit? The menu should mention the precautions to “have” some content or another of the vast choices available. The table must be operated with nuclear power, to distribute the amounts of uranium dishes with justice. The chairs would have to be parts […]

Muslim Brothers: No End Game!

Muslim Brothers: No End Game!

<Hassan Al-Banna(1906~1949), The Founder of Muslim Brothers> The story the Society of Muslim Brothers is related to the life and death of many people, but the most adequate start could be the story of its founder and supreme guide; Hassan AL-Banna (1906~1949). Hassan AL-Banna was born in Mahmudiyya, a village near the northern Egyptian city […]

MB in an Egyptian Market

MB in an Egyptian Market

The Muslim Brotherhood(MB) in Egypt is selling food at bottom prices for the people in need with the slogan ‘Help Poor People’. <Photo: Ashraf Dali>  news@theasian.asia

The Arab Spring Elections: The Season for All Islamists!

At 15:09 Cairo local time, on 12 October 1992, with an epiccenter near the small city of Dahshur, 35km south of the Egyptian capital, with a magnitude of 5.8, but was unusually destructive for its size, came the devilish earthquake causing 545 deaths, injuring 6512 and making 50,000 people homeless. It was the most damaging event to […]

A Year after the Egyptian Revolution

A Year after the Egyptian Revolution

After the results of the Egyptian elections, that have been arranged and articulated for the sake of long deprived Islamists in Egypt, it seems to me that today’s Egypt Delta in its map has turned into a black triangle represents the beard, while the 7000 years old River Nile valley should look like a black […]

More Crimes, No Punishment in Egypt

More Crimes, No Punishment in Egypt

For a full year, starting with the fall of Egypt’s ex-dictator Mubarak on 11 February 2011, the ruling power in Egypt – the Military Council – has committed more crimes than reasonable for the Egyptian Revolution. It has been very clear to every humble mind observer that Mubarak and the Military Council are two faces […]

Seek the Human Inside, not Appearances

Seek the Human Inside, not Appearances

 

The Other Five Ban Ki-moon’s Remarks: Hidden or Missing?

I am very optimistic about the future, and reading the UN Secretary-General Five-year Action Agenda presented to General Assembly, confirms and supports my optimism. But I am not going to comment on what were mentioned in Mr. Ban Ki-moon’s precious Remarks “The Future We Want”, as all positive facts and factors are recognised and repeated […]

[Ashraf’s Tales of Arabia] Borders and Smugglers

Abu Hassan, the man of books, in the north Syrian city of is Al-Qusair, is fond of two things; cave and spring. His most endearing document is Al-Qusair’s cave which survived damage or destruction by quarry dynamite, thanks to the efforts of his city people. Abu Hassan sat on the cave’s threshold on a heap […]

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