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Arab spring News : Apr 29, 2012

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In Tunisia after Arab Spring, Islamists’ new freedoms create new Muslim divide
Washington Post
Sixteen months after a humiliated Tunisian fruit vendor named Mohammed Bouazizi poured paint thinner on himself, lit a match, and sparked a wave of revolutions across the Arab world, the birthplace of the Arab Spring is in many ways better off than the
The Arab Spring today
Washington Post
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Hotels feel impact of Arab Spring
The strong tourism fundamentals of the region are still there and recovery is only a matter of time, according to a panel of experts at the Arabian Hotel Investment conference which addressed the Arab Spring impact as a major theme.
Arab Spring: Developing Unity through a Common Language of Normative and
American Muslim
by Dr. Robert D. Crane The universal principles of normative jurisprudence, known in Islam as the maqasid al shari’ah, may provide a common language for the moderate middle in the spectrum of forces that produced the Arab Spring and will determine its
For most Tunisians, little has changed
In the town where the Arab Spring began in Tunisia, the economic condition remains as bad as ever. A man walks past the statue representing the cart of Mohamed Bouazizi, the fruit seller whose self-immolation sparked the revolution that ousted a
Middle East hotel sector sees varied recovery since Arab Spring
AME Info
Elizabeth Randall, managing director of STR Global, said she is seeing ‘very positive trends’ in the Middle East hospitality sector since the Arab Spring, with revPAR (revenue per available room) up 10.4% across all hotels in the region in the first
Arab media Forum due later, addresses issues in shadow of “Arab Spring
Kuwait News Agency
KUWAIT, April 29 (KUNA) — Ninth session of the Arab Media Forum, themed “the Arab Media Spring,” is due to begin later on Sunday under patronization of His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah. Secretary General of the

Kuwait News Agency
Consequences of Arab Spring will reach far across the globe
The Augusta Chronicle
But tthe arrival of a day in the winter of 2011 brought pandemonium to Egypt and Tunisia, and turned into what is now known as the “Arab Spring.” IT WAS THE beginning of an insurrection that had been dormant for many years.
Zainah Anwar: Arab Spring opens window of opportunity for women in Mideast
Today’s Zaman
In many countries of the Middle East, women are wondering what the Arab Spring means for them. Some observers are concerned that the power vacuum will leave the door open for Islamist groups to take power and force changes opposing women’s rights.

Today’s Zaman

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