Monthly Archives: September 2012

What would Mitt Romney mean for the Middle East?

What would Mitt Romney mean for the Middle East?.

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What would Mitt Romney mean for the Middle East?

    Report   Scholars and experts say his foreign policy would be a “catastrophe” for the region but also hint that Romney the candidate and Romney the president may not be one and the same.    As the United … Continue reading

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Fatwa on the Permissibility of Killing an Ambassador

Fatwa on the Permissibility of Killing an Ambassador.

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Fatwa on the Permissibility of Killing an Ambassador

Report Sept 20, a fatwa was published on the permissibility of killing ambassadors The fatwa, published by Abu l-Mundhir al-Shinqiti, is in response to three different questions by three different people. 1-  First question deals with the permissibility of killing an … Continue reading

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Taliban pose as “attractive women” on Facebook for spying

Taliban pose as “attractive women” on Facebook for spying.

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Taliban pose as “attractive women” on Facebook for spying

  Intelligence Report The dangers of social media have been pointed out in a federal government review of social media and defence, which was finalised in March but has not been acted upon, Defense sources said. The review found an … Continue reading

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Americans Are Fed Up With Politics, Not Government, Says Study

Americans Are Fed Up With Politics, Not Government, Says Study.

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Americans Are Fed Up With Politics, Not Government, Says Study

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press Michael Dimock,   Associate Director of Research for the, spoke at Excellence in Government Live on Sept. 6. He presented on a panel entitled, “Shifting Missions: How Much Government Do People … Continue reading

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Anti-American Autumn Follows Arab Spring

Analysis The brutal assassination of the American Ambassador Chris Stevens and three US diplomats in Benghazi, the cradle of anti-Qaddafi uprising in Libya, suggests an extremely improvident foreign policy of the United States in recent years. The commentators and experts … Continue reading

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Will The Eurozone Survive The Winter

    Economic Intelligence Analysis Report   According to Jacques Sapir, the European Union should admit the failure of the eurozone, which will most likely not survive this winter. “First of all a distinction should be made between the EU … Continue reading

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