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1. Morocco Prime Minister Vows to Push Reforms if Re-elected
October 03, 2016

Morocco's Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane said his ruling Islamist party will advance economic reforms including further rationalization of subsidies sought by international lenders if it wins this week's parliamentary election. Moroccans vote Friday in only the second parliamentary election since the king relinquished some of his powers to an elected cabinet in 2011 under a constitutional reform to help ease Arab Spring-style protests demanding change. No party openly...... (read more)

2. Study: EU Policy Must Address Socioeconomic Injustice in Arab World
September 08, 2016

People in the Middle East and North Africa are still hoping for jobs, social justice and security five years after the start of the Arab Spring. And change in European Union policy towards Arab countries is needed to limit economic migration and further destabilization of the region, according to new research. The European Union can play a crucial role in stabilizing the Middle East and North Africa region and reducing migration flows if its policies focused more on fighting political and...... (read more)

3. Hundreds of Thousands in Yemen March in Support of Rebels
August 20, 2016

Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis marched on Saturday in support of Shi’ite Houthi rebels and their ally, former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.   The march in the rebel-held capital, Sana’a, was in support of a new combined governing council the rebels and Saleh announced late last month, but which was immediately rejected by the internationally recognized government and the United Nations. Saleh was forced to step down in 2012 amid Arab Spring protests after more than three decades in...... (read more)

4. Observers See Cambodia's Democracy in Retreat
May 25, 2016

PHNOM PENH— Political intimidation, the suppression of political expression, and restrictions on freedom of assembly have Cambodia's young democracy under threat, observers in the country say. Government officials say limitations on freedom are necessary to avoid a catastrophic "color revolution" of the sort that erupted in Syria five years ago. That uprising, which began amid hopes of a democratic spring across the Arab world, plunged the country into chaos. Prime Minister Hun Sen argues that he is defending Cambodia's "hard-earned peace and political stability... (read more)

5. Post-Arab Spring, Survey Shows Arab Youth Still Want Change
April 21, 2016

Five years ago, Arab youth took to the streets in a bid for democracy. Today, only a small segment of youth believe those uprisings made their world a better place. But that does not mean they have given up on change. This is among the findings of the eighth annual ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller (ABM) Arab Youth Survey, which gauges the views of Arab men and women between 18 and 24. In a similar poll taken at the start of the 2011 revolutions, the overwhelming majority of youth named “democracy” as their top priority. Today, facing a breakdown of governments, the war in Sy... (read more)

6. Tunisian Democracy Still Faces Challenges, Its US Ambassador Says
March 31, 2016

A peaceful transition to democracy in Tunisia proved to be a rare success story of the Arab Spring, yet as one official says, "many challenges" remain for the country. Tunisia was fortunate to have pragmatic politicians who favored compromise over confrontation. The Islamist political party Ennahda, which won the first elections after the 2011 revolution, voluntarily handed over power to a technocrat government. A strong civil society in Tunisia also helped with the move away from autocracy. However, Faycal Gouia, Tunisia's ambassador to the United States, says his count... (read more)

7. Happy 10th Birthday, Twitter
March 20, 2016

Twitter is celebrating its 10th birthday Monday.  The social media platform that scores of millions have come to "know and love" says it has no plans to increase the 140-character limit.  Everyday users take to Twitter to tell the world about both the minutiae and big changes in their lives. Big and little businesses have flocked to the messaging service to provide updates about their organizations. Twitter has also become a tool for political and social change. The Arab Spring movement in 2011 used the service to organize and inform participants about activi... (read more)

8. Who Exactly Are Fanning The Flames Of The Syria Crisis?
October 22, 2015

The ongoing Syria crisis, described as the 'greatest humanitarian disaster since WWII' continues to shock and appal in equal measure, and it's not hard to see why. As the world wakes up to the realization that these refugees are not freeloaders after all, but are literally fighting for their very existence, and are willing to risk life and limb to be allowed settlement in Europe. Since the Arab spring in 2011, the Assad regime has struggled to maintain control with the rise of the various rebel groups such as the Free Syrian Army and ISIS among them. There have been an estimated... (read more)

Author: Christopher Evans

9. Al-saud mafia-house: saudi-bahraini foiled and thwarted"unification" saga - LED Recessed Ceiling Li
February 04, 2014

Pharaoh Salman bin Abdel Aziz, Saudi Defense Minister Condemned bya French Court Al-Saud Mafia-House: Saudi-Bahraini Foiled and Thwarted"Unification" Saga Pharaoh Salman bin Abdel Aziz, Unequivocally, the so called "Arab Spring", knocking onSaudi, Bahraini and Qatari front doors, is promising to become an"Infernal Arab Revolution". The malicious " Treacherous Trio " thought, while spreading and encouraging chaos in differentArab countries, that they were in a safe-haven; Preaching others toembrace "Democracy", Human Rights, Freedom, Equality,etc." finally, thank God, their wishe... (read more)

Author: na b

10. Tahrir square one year ago, the media and the message - Paper Slitting Machine - China Flexo Printi
December 06, 2013

On Jan. 25, 2011, when the Arab Spring arrived in Egypt, the end ofHosni Mubarak's three-decade reign in Egypt was just weeks away. For the western media, that outcome was not immediately obvious,despite the loud chants of "Down with Mubarak" ringing out inCairo's Tahrir Square and elsewhere in Egypt. It took about a day before that possibility began to beentertained. Another event could be part of the reason for the short delay.Later that first day, in a different time zone, U.S. PresidentBarack Obama would give his annual state of the union address andthe media was focussed on that... (read more)

Author: akjxue

11. Arab Spring
November 13, 2013

by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. In the Oct. 2012 issue of the Levitt Letter, author Ido Aharoni* writes about the “Arab Spring.” At the end of the article, he hopes for “democracy and prosperity for Muslims, Jews, and Christians alike.” But prosperity is not appropriate for Muslims because they have chosen to be followers of the false religion Islam. They say that Allah is God, but their Allah does not have a son Jesus. The real God has a son who is The Lord Jesus Christ. Muslims say that Jesus was a good man, and a prophet, but not the Son of God. In saying that, ... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

12. U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya
November 13, 2013

U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012. Currently, an important news story is the murdering of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya. He was murdered with three other Americans in Libya. Are we now reaping the benefits of the "Arab Spring?" It's rather looking like the Arab Spring was not such a wonderful thing. How is Libya a better place now than it was under Khadafy? There are those who said change was needed. But not all change is for the better. Sometimes change is for the worse, as when we got the changes that came by electing Barak Obama... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

13. Tunisia's Political Transition at Crossroads
September 10, 2013

WASHINGTON — Almost three years after the Arab Spring began, Tunisians are still struggling with their revolution. Political gridlock and violence have paralyzed the country, sending its economy into a tailspin ahead of planned national elections and the formation of a new government.   Tunisia’s transition from dictatorship to democracy seemed to be working at first.  The country conducted elections that led to a diverse and balanced National Constituent Assembly, formed a new coalition government under the leadership of the moderate Islamist Ennahda party, which managed ... (read more)

14. Arab Spring Jubilation Turns to Despair
August 23, 2013

WASHINGTON — After more than two and a half years, the mood surrounding the Arab Spring has drastically shifted from jubilation to despair amid  violence and bloodshed in the Middle East.  What went wrong and what do current trends mean for the future of the region?  In early 2011, Egyptians were jubilant when a popular uprising ended Hosni Mubarak’s 30 years in power.  Throughout the Middle East and North Africa dictators were being ousted, and the atmosphere among pro-democracy demonstrators was euphoric. The movement was quickly labeled the Arab Spring ... (read more)

15. Tunisian Islamists Accept Union Plan to Resolve Crisis
August 22, 2013

TUNIS — Tunisia's governing Islamists edged closer to negotiations with secular opponents on Thursday by agreeing in principle to a plan for a transition toward new elections proposed by the powerful trade unions. The birthplace of the Arab Spring revolts, Tunisia is struggling to defend its nascent democracy against political polarization and popular discontent, especially after Egypt's army ousted another elected Islamist leader, Mohamed Morsi. Rached Ghannouchi, chairman of the Islamist Ennahda party, said negotiations would quickly resolve the standoff that has paralyzed T... (read more)

16. Old Order 'Remnants' Flex Muscle in Tunisian Politics
August 21, 2013

TUNIS — Step by step, the once-shunned officials of Tunisia's old order have returned to the political scene and are turning up the pressure on the governing Islamist party Ennahda to make way for them.   So-called “remnants” from Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali's rule were swept aside by the first of the “Arab Spring” revolts in January 2011 and trounced in voting for a constituent assembly later that year. The assembly has considered banning them from politics completely.   But two murders of leftist leaders this year by suspected radical Salafis and ... (read more)

17. Egypt Seen as Graveyard of Islamist Ambitions for Power
August 18, 2013

BEIRUT — As the army ruthlessly crushes the Muslim Brotherhood on the streets of Cairo, having swept away its elected president, Egypt is being painted as the graveyard of the Arab Spring and of Islamist hopes of shaping the region's future.   This week's bloody drama has sent shockwaves out of Egypt, the political weathervane and cultural heart of the Arab world. The effect on the region of the army's power grab will not be uniform, because while countries such as Egypt are locked in a battle over identity, other states, from Syria to Yemen, and Libya to Iraq, are in an ... (read more)

18. Analysis: Tunisia's Secularist, Islamist Divide Hardens
August 06, 2013

Just over two years ago, Tunisia’s revolution inspired pro-democracy uprisings across the Middle East and set an example for what has come to be called the “Arab Spring.” However, a troubled economy, rising Islamist extremism, political polarization and the assassination of two opposition leaders and killing of eight soldiers in an ambush by militants have tarnished the Ennahda Islamist-led government and fueled opposition calls for its dissolution. The opposition has accused Ennahda, led by Rached Ghannouchi, of being overly tolerant of a rising violence carried out... (read more)

19. Tunisian Police Fire Tear Gas After Protester Clashes
July 29, 2013

Tunisian police have fired tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters after clashes outside municipal offices in Sidi Bouzid.Hundreds of protesters Monday had gathered at the site and prevented workers from entering the building.The city is the birthplace of the popular uprising in 2011 that ousted longtime president Zine el Abidine Ben Ali and ignited the Arab Spring protests that spread across the region.Protesters have been rallying against Tunisia's ruling Ennahda party, saying the moderate Islamist group has not done enough to cut off funding or support for extremists.Police ... (read more)

20. Kuwaitis Cast Ballots for New Parliament
July 27, 2013

Voters in Kuwait cast ballots for a new parliament Saturday, the third such election since the "Arab Spring" uprising in 2011. Voters chose a new 50-seat parliament to replace the legislative body elected in December. A court ruled the earlier ballot was flawed. Kuwait's main Islamist groups and some opposition factions boycotted Saturday's election to protest a new voting system decreed last year.Kuwait's emir, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, reduced the number of votes each citizen can cast in parliamentary elections from four to one.Opposition groups said this fa... (read more)

21. China's simmering discontent: the biggest challenge to socialharmony - Miniature Model Trees Manufa
July 27, 2013

As popular revolts were overturning autocratic governments inTunisia, Egypt and Libya last year, a call emerged online to bringthe Arab Spring to China. Many of the conditions that triggeredunrest in the Arab world corruption, abusive officials, calcifiedpolitical systems and towering gaps between rich and poor exist inChina as well. Some overseas Chinese activists hoped the tide ofchange sweeping across North Africa and the Middle East wouldinspire a similar response in the Middle Kingdom. It did, but not aJasmine Revolution. Chinese security forces struck hard, detaininghundreds of... (read more)

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22. Kuwaitis Cast Ballots for New Parliament
July 27, 2013

Voters in Kuwait are casting ballots for a new parliament, on Saturday, the third such electio0n in the emirate since the "Arab Spring" uprising in 2011. Voting is for a new 50-seat parliament to replace the legislative body elected in December. A court had ruled the earlier ballot was flawed.Kuwait's main Islamist groups and some opposition factions vowed they would boycott Saturday's balloting, as a protest against a new voting system decreed last year.Kuwait's emir, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, reduced the number of votes each citizen can cast in parliamenta... (read more)

23. Divided Kuwait to Vote for New Parliament
July 26, 2013

KUWAIT — Kuwaitis will be voting for a new parliament on Saturday for the third time since the Arab Spring uprisings of 2011. The election follows protracted political tension in the Gulf state, and observers say it is unlikely to help mend deep-rooted divisions within the country.   A Kuwaiti court in June called for the new poll after deeming the parliament elected in December 2012 unconstitutional. The decision came one year after the previous opposition-led assembly was dissolved for other irregularities, a move that sparked major street protests.   While Kuwait has avoide... (read more)

24. In Lebanon, Refugees Turn to Refugees for Help
July 25, 2013

AIN HILWEH, LEBANON — Ain Helweh is the largest of a dozen camps in Lebanon for Palestinian refugees who fled the 1948 Arab-Israeli war and has been a cramped home for 80,000 Palestinians the past half-a-century. But now Palestinian Syrians are arriving and the camp is struggling to respond.  The direct translation of Ain Hilweh is “sweet water spring,” but there is nothing sweet about the camp outside the town of Sidon that has housed refugees from northern Palestine since the 1948 Arab-Israeli war. Overcrowded and oppressive, the camp’s poorly built dwellings ... (read more)

25. IMF: Private Sector May Not Keep Pace with Saudi Youth Bulge
July 24, 2013

Saudi Arabia may not be able to create all the private sector jobs it needs for its rapidly growing population, which could lead to higher unemployment, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday.   The Saudi government has recognized that low employment among Saudi nationals is a long-term strategic challenge, especially after joblessness contributed to revolutions in nearby countries during the Arab Spring.   The world's largest oil exporter has invested in education and infrastructure, and has strict quotas regulating the number of Saudis and expatriates in priva... (read more)

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