Monthly Archives: June 2012

Human Rights Report on Assyrians in Iraq The Exodus from Iraq

The Exodus from Iraq The rich and colourful diversity that used to signify Iraqi culture and its historical roots are severely threatened at the dawn of the 21st century. Iraq’s road to stability is blocked by a flaring conflict between … Continue reading

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Rebels Committing Christian Genocide In Syria

Christians are being systematically targeted for genocide in Syria according to Vatican and other sources with contacts on the ground among the besieged Christian community. According to reports by the Vatican’s Fides News Agency collected by the Centre for the … Continue reading

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The power of rumor: hundreds of thousands of Iranians look at the moon in the hopes of seeing a Pepsi commercial

  Last week hundreds of thousands of Iranians spent a non-trivial amount of time looking at the moon due to a rumor according to which Pepsi Cola would project its official logo on the moon using powerful laser beams. The … Continue reading

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Impact of regional and international developments on Iran: a different look from Tehran

  Last week the reformist daily Shargh conducted an in-depth, extensive interview with Dr. Mahmoud Sariolghalam. Dr. Sariolghalam is a lecturer on international relations at the Economy and Social Science School of Tehran’s Shahid Beheshti University. He holds a PhD … Continue reading

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AQAP Ansar al-Shari`a and the Struggle for Yemen

The may 21, 2012, suicide attack The bombing also revealed more on Yemeni soldiers parading parochial motives. In addition to in Sana`a’s al-Sabin Square retaliation, Ansar al-Shari`a claimed marked a turning point in to avenge “the demonstrators and all Yemen’s … Continue reading

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Turkey PKK

The recent attack on the Turkish military post near the Iraqi border by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) must have been an awakening for the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan government, regarding the initiatives trying to find a solution to country’s … Continue reading

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Welcome to WordPress.com! This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you … Continue reading

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