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“They will not tolerate the king any longer…. It is too late for him to make any reforms.” —Opposition leader, who preferred to remain anonymous

    Media Report  Last week, protests broke out in Jordan after a government decision to raise fuel prices. While protests have been taking place in Jordan for almost two years now, for the first time there is major involvement … Continue reading

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Sex In The CIA

  Sex In The CIA WND The evidence that Gen. David Petraeus, formerly the commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the author of the current Army field manual, Princeton Ph.D. and, until last week, the director of the Central Intelligence … Continue reading

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Kurdish Rivalries in Syria

  Political Analysis Based On Combined Reports   Amid claims of major advances for anti-regime forces in Aleppo, news emerged that rebels in the city had moved into the Kurdish neighborhood of Ashrafiya, which has been under the control of … Continue reading

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Role of Social Media In Promoting Syrian Rebels

Intelligence Study The Syrian rebels and their support networks use social media for a variety of purposes including self-promotion, fundraising, directing attacks, and exchanging tactics. While the rebels would still be able to operate in the absence of social media, … Continue reading

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Russian Dissident Tweets His ‘Questioning’ by Putin’s Goons

  Intelligence Report   Ever since a protest movement fueled in part by social media erupted to challenge Vladimir Putin’s re-ascension to the Russian presidency, several opposition figures have found themselves arrested, charged and facing lengthy prison sentences. Only the … Continue reading

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News brief 21 September 2012

  News brief 21 September 2012 The reactions in the Arab world to the degrading YouTube-video of the Prophet Mohammed continued during the week. In order to avoid further unrest, Youtube banned the video in Egypt, Libya and Saudi Arabia. … Continue reading

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How to prevent the escalation of inter cultural violence?

How to prevent the escalation of inter cultural violence? By Thomas Röhlinger The spate of protests in the Muslim world has once again demonstrated the need to re-think politics, peace building, media and finance in order to prevent the escalation … Continue reading

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The Filmmaker Who Wasn’t

The Filmmaker Who Wasn’t Combined Reports The man claiming to be the writer, director and producer of the anti-Islam film that reportedly spurred deadly anti-American protests in Libya and Cairo Tuesday appeared on Wednesday not to exist — at least, … Continue reading

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Syrian Rebels Beef Up -Their Public Relations Skills

Syrian Rebels Beef Up -Their Public Relations Skills Report Members of the Free Syrian Army flash victory signs at a border crossing between Syria and Turkey at Jarablus, In a small apartment in Antakya, Turkey, a small group of Syrian … Continue reading

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Terrorist groups using Twitter without fear

Terrorist groups using Twitter without fear Media Intelligence Analysis Report In the old days, 10 years ago, jihadists pledged death to Western imperialism on audiotapes that couriers smuggled out of mountain hideouts and passed to satellite TV stations. The next … Continue reading

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