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[Ashraf’s Tales of Arabia] Peace is better than war

Early next morning, some 33 centuries ago, in the city of Kadesh, to the north of Damascus, near the Syro-Lebanese border. The young Egyptian king Ramses II launched a massive assault, but was outnumbered by the Hittites, and the assault was lacking in terms of chariots, and soldiers suffered from their wounds. Both sides realized […]

[Ashraf’s Tales of Arabia] Syria, ‘3000 Years Ago’

[Ashraf’s Tales of Arabia] Syria, ‘3000 Years Ago’

You immediately fall in love with River Asi (Orontes) the moment you walk along either of its banks. After a brief introduction, you even think it is extending its hands to embrace you as it winds here and there, giving way to you for the plains it cultivated with love fields and rose gardens so […]

The Fallen Four of the Middle East

The Fallen Four of the Middle East

With the scene of (previous) Yemeni president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, signing the agreement of authority transfer in his own country, we come to an end for the fourth dictator of the famous photo, taken in Libya, representing him, with his colleagues; the escaping president of Tunisia; Bin Ali, who fled to Saudi Arabia, the ex-president […]

Nightmare to Erase Another Nightmare

Nightmare to Erase Another Nightmare

Former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam was captured on 19 by rebel forces. Ashraf Dali, editor of Al-Arabi Magazine and Head of AJA (Asia Journalist Association) Middle East Chapter has expressed his opinions about the impact of media on the democratization in the Middle East after the death of Colonel Gaddafi. – What […]

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