Arab Spring News: September 23, 2012
Arab League revitalized by Arab Spring revolts
Sioux City Journal
The Arab Spring uprisings since late 2010 have swept away leaders in Libya, Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen — and Syria’s could be next. Even in Arab countries where longtime leaders remain in place, the revolts have fueled ambitions in the Arab public to…
Indie Lebanese band voices hopes of Arab youth
The success of the band, whose name is translated as “Night Project,” appears to be another outgrowth of the ArabSpring uprisings that swept through the Mideast last year. Led by lead singer and song writer Hamed Sinno, a 24-year-old Freddy Mercury…
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines – 1 day ago
By Hamza S. Omar —- The recent uprisings over the hateful film titled “Innocence of Muslims,” slandering the Prophet.
Amid the growing protests across the Palestinian Authority against the dire economic situation and fears that the unrest could snowball into an …
As the demonstrations over a American-made anti–Islam film continue, Michael Rubin and Aaron David Miller review the president’s record in ..
The United Nations General Assembly gets under way this week with renewed fears of a fresh war in the Middle East, and just a few days after …
Muslims are encouraged by their leaders to hate us for the same reason … or France and England would still be at each other’s throats; they …
Where have youths of Arab Spring gone?
The “Arab Spring” was coined in the early months of 2011, when youthful revolutionaries won over Western hearts and minds by using social media, courage and popular anger to break the edifices of fear that kept their respective autocratic rulers in power.
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