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Egypt paves way for world youth dialogue

  Samia Galal,November 4,2017  Sharm El-Shaikh receives 3000 youth from 120 countries to tackle joint files in the region and the whole world. Around 1000 Egyptian volunteers are working day and night to prepare for the World Youth Forum. The …

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Refugees’ solution

Samia Galal,October 26,2017 The current refugee crisis is the most significant since the second world war. Homeless people became a major dilemma facing both developing and developed countries. However, refugee ‘burden’, including any potential threat, falls disproportionately on poor countries, …

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May, stop punishing Sharm Al Shaikh!

UK carriers are unable to fly to the Egyptian Red Sea resort although it has been deemed safe two years after a Russian plane crash By Linda S. Heard, Gulf News October 25, 2017 October 31 marks the second anniversary of …

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NYT – Mr. Trump’s Attack on Birth Control

NYT – THE EDITORIAL BOARD Under the guise of protecting religious freedom and moral sensibilities, the Trump administration is making it harder for women to get access to birth control. On Friday, it rolled back an Obama-era rule requiring most …

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A Proposal for Islam

Mustafa Akyol The new York Times I am writing this column from an airplane, on my way from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to my new home, Wellesley, Mass. I’m in a comfortable seat, and I’m looking forward to getting back to …

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Why Egyptians want British ambassador expelled?

The public outrage against the current British Ambassador in Cairo has reached an unprecedented level.  More than half a million Egyptians posted, on one Facebook Page alone, the Arabic word “Erhal!” which in English means “Leave!” Dr Sadeq Raof Ebeid,25Sep,2017 …

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Threats and sanctions won’t disarm Kim

US should work towards reducing the tension with Pyongyang rather than issuing fiery statements By Linda S. Heard,  September 18, 2017 Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader cut his baby teeth on the milk of fear and hatred towards the United …

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How to Win a War on Drugs

The New York Times – Lisbon On a broken-down set of steps, a 37-year-old fisherman named Mario mixed heroin and cocaine and carefully prepared a hypodermic needle. “It’s hard to find a vein,” he said, but he finally found one …

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