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Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Sep 17,2015
There is no end to Israel’s violation of human rights and life in occupied Palestinian territories, and no end to its expansionist policies.What is happening at Al Aqsa Mosque at this point in time cannot but be seen as part and parcel of Israel’s ill-meant politics.Those of us w
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Sep 03,2015
Our region is currently in a mess because of its own erroneous politics, and of those from beyond.Both major and minor players in our region contributed to the current level of unprecedented violence, displacement of populations and forced migration.It all started with the Israel
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Aug 20,2015
Dissatisfaction with the higher education sector in the Kingdom is on the rise.Criticism is levelled at it by both key players within the sector and by others outside it.
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Aug 06,2015
For decades we have been referring to Israel’s presence in the Palestinian territories, which it conquered by brute force, as “occupation”.
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Jul 23,2015
Arab countries have every right to worry in the aftermath of the US-brokered agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme.
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Jul 10,2015
Since early 2011, when the so-called Arab Spring came about and the violence that ensued started plaguing the Arab world as in no other time in recent memory, people have been asking one question: What has happened?Observers point out to a plethora of causes.I am suggesting three
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Jun 25,2015
There are essentially two ways of tackling matters: in sequence or in parallel.
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - Jun 11,2015
People in our society primarily fall into four categories: those who believe wholesale, those who reject wholesale, those who show no concern or care and those who chew before they swallow.The latter are a tiny minority.We live in the information age.
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - May 28,2015
Our culture is more backward than forward looking.While a lot is said about the past, mostly in nostalgic and therefore somewhat fallacious ways, very little is said about the future.Ours is a highly retrospective culture.Such nostalgia or retrospection is seen at work at many le
By Ahmad Y. Majdoubeh - May 14,2015
For how long are we to talk about “obstacles” to investment? Since the late 1970s, i.e., for about four decades now, we have been citing obstacles to investment as a major problem. Many meetings, conferences, TV programmes, articles tackled this matter, all stressin



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