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Consulate Of Tunisia Dallas, Texas   Dear Friend of the Consulate,   I write to bring you news of a program of great significance for qualified women in Tunisia, announced last week by The George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas.   The Bush Institute has selected Tunisia as the nation from which candidates … Continue reading

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Nuclear Proliferation in the Middle East

(Updated April 2013) Intelligence Report  While the immediate focus of international attention has been on stopping Iran from obtaining the ability to build nuclear weapons, an equally worrisome development is that the Iranian drive to obtain a nuclear bomb has … Continue reading

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Most wanted Terrorists By FBI

  OMAR SHAFIK HAMMAMI JEHAD SERWAN MOSTAFA ADAM YAHIYE GADAHN ABDUL RAHMAN YASIN ALI ATWA JABER A. ELBANEH HUSAYN MUHAMMAD AL-UMARI ADNAN G. EL SHUKRIJUMAH FAOUZI MOHAMAD AYOUB IBRAHIM SALIH MOHAMMED AL-YACOUB HAKIMULLAH MEHSUD MUHAMMAD AHMED AL-MUNAWAR JAMEL AHMED MOHAMMED … Continue reading

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Maqdisi disciples In Libya and Tunisia

  Aaron A. Zelin Ever since the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi and U.S. Embassy in Tunis in September, there has been a large spotlight on the Islamist groups viewed as the main culprits — Katibat Ansar al-Sharia … Continue reading

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Tunisia: One of the Sufi shrines becomes target for Tunisia’s increasingly assertive Salafists

  On September 14, hundreds of radical Islamists angered by a US-made film mocking their religion attacked the US embassy in Tunis and a neighbouring American school in a day of violence that left four people dead and dozens wounded. … Continue reading

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Post-Arab Spring economies: where is the growth?

Post-Arab Spring economies: where is the growth? Nearly two years have passed since the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi in Tunisia set off a wave of protests and revolutions throughout the Arab World. The repercussions of the Arab Spring have been … Continue reading

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 Is Tunisia on…

    Is Tunisia on the Verge Of A Second Revolution?   By: Lotfi Saibi posted on Friday, Aug 24, 2012   Our recent history is rising from its ashes. The street is buzzing, but its screams are falling on … Continue reading

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Arab Spring In …

  Arab Spring In The Social Media Social media played a central role in shaping political debates in the Arab Spring, according to an analysis of millions of tweets and YouTube posts. Conversations about revolution often preceded major events, and … Continue reading

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