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The Costs of Stripping

Beyond just making it rain.

The Struggle to End Domestic Slavery in Lebanon

Migrant domestic workers across the Middle East have almost no legal supervision and their abuse gets even less media coverage, meaning that the slavery that makes the region run is generally hidden from view. And then, once every so often, someone takes out their camera phone and reminds you just whose exploitation is making this all run smoothly.

Dear Occupy Wall Street

The people demand the fall of corporations. The people demand the fall of Wall Street.

This Lady Just Retired

 Apparently she is the longest-serving female taxi driver in all of the Arabian Peninsula. According to Al Jazeera, Aisha Ibrahim, 73 of Eden, Yemen, has been behind the power steering before power steering was invented. She’s been driving the public for around for over 45 years. Te get a sense of how long that is, that’s longer than Muammar […]

If I Were a Corporation

My predecessors wrote that the pen is mightier than the sword. Truly, no sword could ever destroy you because you were not created by the sword.

Sourian Nationalism Must Overcome (Part 4/4)

Had Souria been one country, the US invasion of Iraq would have been unfeasible, the Lebanese civil war would have never happened, and Israel could not have survived, and we wouldn’t have Palestinian refugees living all over Souria as unwanted foreigners.

Sourian Nationalism Must Overcome (Part 3/4)

When the Egyptian protesters yelled “tahya Masr,” the Christians turned themselves into human shields to protect their Muslim brothers and sisters while they prostrated in their prayers.

Sourian Nationalism Must Overcome (Part 2/4)

The extent of treason by infiltrators and informers (some enticed with money, others tortured into cooperation), for those who dare read into the historical record, was so enormous and grotesque; a catastrophe of a magnitude only equal to its Orwellian necessity to destroy, once and for all, the nationalist aspirations of all Sourians.


The Most Ideal System to Run a Geographically-Contiguous Society

Arabs Get Creative About Development

A group of young Arab students in Montreal are working on an international development conference for this upcoming fall.

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