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Posts Tagged: Sudan protests

October 28, 2019 6:43 am

Lessons Learned: Arab Protesters Stay One Step Ahead of Rulers

Violent protests have accelerated across the Arab world every day since they re-erupted on October 1. And the evidence suggests that it is the protesters,...

June 30, 2019 11:51 am

Arab, Russian, and Pakistani Protesters Learn the Lessons of 2011

The recent crackdown in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, in which some 100 people were reportedly killed and hundreds wounded, bears all the hallmarks of the...

May 14, 2019 6:40 am

Arab Power Struggles Are Alive, Well, and Thriving

Protesters in Algeria and Sudan are determined to prevent a repeat of Egypt, where a UAE- and Saudi-backed military officer rolled back the achievements of...

December 23, 2018 11:08 am

At Least One Dead as Price Protests Enter Third Day in Sudan

At least one protester was killed in the northern Sudanese city of Atbara on Friday, the security chief said, as people took to the streets...


Bipartisan House Taskforce Calls for More Funding for Antisemitism Envoy

A bipartisan group of 83 members of Congress on Friday called for the budget of the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism to be raised to $2 million per...


Israel AG: Netanyahu Intervention in Judicial Reform ‘Illegal’

i24 News - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in breach of his conflict of interest agreement when he announced Thursday he was "taking over" the proposed judicial overhaul, Attorney-General...

Middle East

Iraqi Islamic Council Sets Out Case for Fatwa Against Hamas - A clerical body in Iraq that recently issued a groundbreaking fatwa—a legal ruling on a point of Islamic law—against Hamas for oppressing the Palestinians in Gaza, on Thursday...

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