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Throughout the presentation of Johan Snel on July 6th, 2018, three themes were discussed: modern democracies, the dark side of democracies, and the lessons we can draw from this.
This paper was written for the occasion of the U.N. International Day of Peace, September 21, 2006, and discusses the topic, the Bahā’ī Perspective on World Peace. In the historical analysis at the beginning, an internalization of trade and law is analysed with the development of a tight network of...
Judge Labīb Halīm Labīb claims that there is a U.S. conspiracy to break up the Arab world by stirring up discord and igniting sectarian sedition.
The religious Zionist lobby in the US is behind the full American bias towards Israel, which is a cultural and theological bias that is based on Jewish religious myths. Arabs and Muslims should combat such lobby.
A speech delivered by Magdi Khalil at the "Status of Democracy and Freedoms in the Middle East” Conference, held in Washington during the period 16-19 November 2005, in which he discusses the definition of a minority, and the international community rules in relation to the treatment of minority...
The author discusses the persecution of Copts in Egypt and his hopes that democracy in Egypt will improve the Copts’ situation. He looks to Europe and the United Nations for examples of defeating persecution and discusses the legitimacy of foreign intervention in matters concerning human rights.
The Hebrew Mission was set up on behalf of the people of Israel to urge world Jews to emigrate to Palestine. The following year – 1888 – saw its founder William E. Blackstone visiting Palestine and raising the slogan “a land without a people for a people without a land.”
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