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The Sabra and Shatila massacre.
There have been many massacres and atrocities in the Middle East during the twentieth century. These include the Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire in 1915, the1929 Hebron massacre, the 1945 Sétif massacre in Algeria, the 1976 Tel al-Zaatar mass (More)
The Rise of the Syrian Kurds & Turkey's "Safe-Zone"
The middle East is undoubtedly one of the most complex regions in the world. The area has seen relentless armed conflicts in the form of civil wars, uprisings, insurgencies and terrorist attacks for decades. The wars of the Middle East have always be (More)
Why was the U.S Brokerage in Northern Ireland a Success but not in the Holy Land
Why was the U.S Brokerage in Northern Ireland a Success but not in Israel/Palestine?   “Difference is an accident of birth, therefore never a source of hatred or conflict” John Hume   The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, much like the f (More)
Western Sahara – A Long-Standing Conflict with Current Significance
Growing up half-Moroccan I had often wondered why Morocco looked so much bigger on Moroccan maps than on the ones here in Europe - until I found out that dashed lines in cartography mean ‘More)
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