Tag Archive for: middle east

Egyptians have not won the battle yet

It took the people of Egypt 18 days to unseat their former leader, autocratic President Hosni Mubarak, but it will take many more before the protestors get what they want: a true democracy. The Egyptian revolution has just begun and many questions remain unanswered. Led by no one in particular, organized through social media sites […]

Letters to the editor

Israel comes out on top To quote David Suissa, a Huffington Post contributor, “Israel’s Never Looked So Good.” This week, the peoples of the Middle East erupted into social and political chaos. Starting about two weeks ago, nearly one million people in Egypt protested their government, hoping the president would quit. According to the Wall […]