Archive for April, 2008

News Round UP (29 April 2008)

News Round Up (28 April 2008)

News Round Up (27 April 2008)

“Syria had committed no crime, and Israel had no legal justification to carry out its attack” Scott Ritter

Hamas on Jimmy Carter’s Statement from Hamidi

Syria’s Reactor

Nukes or Peace?

“A ‘Surge’ for Refugees”

News Round Up (22 April 2008)

“The March to War: Israel Prepares…” by Nazemroaya

“Behind TV Analysts, Pentagon’s Hidden Hand,” by Barstow

Latest Statistics on Arab Popularity of Asad, Hamas, Hizbullah, Iraq…

Carter in Damascus: al-Jazeera by Clayton Swisher

News Round Up (18 April 2008)

President Assad is “more optimistic than any time before.” / Carter is “very upbeat”

Qadhafi at the Arab Summit: “We All Hate One Another.”

Two Views on Hamas

The People’s Army of Hizbullah Attracts Sunnis and Christians

News Round Up (15 April 2008)

Did Chirac know?

“Syria Sees Influx of Arabic Language Students,” by Peter Kenyon

“A Bloody Era of Syria’s History Informs a Writer’s Banned Novel,” by R. Worth

Upping Diplomatic, Judicial, Economic and Military Pressure on Syria is Unlikely to Work

Carter May Meet Hamas Leader Mashaal

Brother Accuses France of Killing Siddiq: US Accuses French and Swiss of Breaking Spirit of Sanctions

France Lets Key Witness in Hariri Trial Escape: Kushner Sorrowful

“The Jews of Syria,” By Robert Tuttle

News Round Up (7 April 2008)

“Damascus Summit Attendance was Close to Average Despite US Pressure,” by Gary Gambill

Jewish Fundraiser to Support Syrian Children with Cancer

News Roundup (6 April 2008)

“Syrian Economy in Downturn,” by Ehsani

“Major Breakthrough in Hariri Investigation” by Jacob Tafnis

Economic War: Syria’s New Struggle


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