Macron’s Vain Hope for an Enlightened Islam
By MARK DURIE

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In the course of a few weeks, France, which has the highest proportion of Muslim citizens in Europe, has been subjected, once again, to bloody assassinations by attackers shouting “Allahu Akbar”. The first was the beheading of schoolteacher Samuel Paty, who had been discussing the Charlie Hebdo cartoons with his class. This was followed two weeks later by the killing …

TribuneMacron’s Vain Hope for an Enlightened Islam
By MARK DURIE

The End of the Syrian Civil War: How Jordan Can Cope
By MOHAMMED BANI SALAMEH and AYMAN HAYAJNEH

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Middle East Quarterly IRBID, JORDAN — August 4, 2019 — The Syrian civil war produced one of the largest, longest, and most complex humanitarian crises of the twenty-first century. More than twelve million people have fled to Arab and Western countries since June 2011, including over 1.4 million to Jordan, equivalent to 14 percent of the Jordanian population.  This influx …

eHeziThe End of the Syrian Civil War: How Jordan Can Cope
By MOHAMMED BANI SALAMEH and AYMAN HAYAJNEH

Read The Westchester Guardian – September 19, 2013 Edition

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