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The transition from division to apportionment does not establish a reconciliation that leads to a national unity, but creates new crises that are a form of division.

The costs of Israeli- Palestinian conflict pdf

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Washington asks the Palestinian negotiator and its political reference to declare his pre-acceptance to enter into negotiations with the Israeli side, and to disregard the rules and objectives of these negotiations, only because the US administration wants that!

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The Egyptian regime since Gamal Abdel Nasser has remained steadfast in underplaying sectarian incidents and emphasizing national unity among all Egyptians, despite the occurrence of violent incidents, according to The Copts by veteran journalist Abdel Latif El-Menawy.

The UAE Space Agency is collaborating with the German Aerospace Center to share research information, technology and regulation, state news agency WAM has reported

New Saudi mega-city is princes desert dream

  • 2017-10-29
  • News Agencies
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Saudi Arabias planned $500 billion mega-city is an oasis of stunning cliffs, sandy beaches and high-tech projects powered by wind and solar energy where robots outnumber humans and a cosmopolitan lifestyle offers sports, concerts and fine dining.

Damascus Cultural Heritage: Al-Zahiriyya Library

  • 2017-10-04
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 63

Number of manuscripts is about 15,000, while number of printed works exceeds 100,000

Saudi Arabia paid $1m to improve its image on social media

  • 2017-09-28
  • News Agencies
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Saudi Arabia is reported to have paid $1 million to a US company to organise a public relations campaign that would polish its images in the United States and implicate Qatar as a sponsor of terrorism.

In the Middle East, there is an appetite for news from social media

  • 2017-09-28
  • Authors: Everette E. Dennis and Robb Wood
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Arab nationals are more likely than Americans to get news from social media, and younger Arabs are more likely to trust it than their older compatriots. These are some of the findings from the 5th annual Media Use in the Middle East survey conducted by Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q).

Jordan attracts tourists with the promise of adventure

  • 2017-09-14
  • Agencies
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From the guesthouse roof, the panorama takes in three countries, meandering from the ruins of ancient Gadara on a Jordanian hilltop, over the Sea of Galilee with the city of Nazareth visible in the distance, and across green fields to the Golan Heights

Egypt archaeologists unearth goldsmiths tomb near Luxor

  • 2017-09-10
  • News Agencies
  • Reading : 90

Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a tomb of a prominent goldsmith who lived more than 3,000 years ago, unearthing statues, mummies and jewellery in the latest major find near the Nile city of Luxor.

Tunisia Muslim scholars slam gender-equality initiative

  • 2017-08-19
  • News Agencies
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Muslim scholars in Tunisia have blasted a gender-equality initiative proposed by President Beji Caid Essebsi, saying that proposed legal changes included in the initiative -- especially those pertaining to inheritance -- contravene Islamic Law.

Palestinian Christians, Muslims united: Archbishop

  • 2017-07-24
  • News Agencies
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The image of a Palestinian Christian reading from his bible while the crowd of Muslim worshippers he stood among prostrated themselves on the ground, or Christian clergy joining their Muslim counterparts at the head of processions, have been widely shared during the past week of unrest over one of Jerusalem's most important holy sites.