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  • The Tree Man
    on Mar 24, 2016
    A young ranting man with a long disheveled beard has just spent 24 hours up an 80 foot sequoia tree in Seattle Washington, disrupting traffic and shutting down the streets.  He seems to have thrown at the police and the onlookers who had gathere...
  • An honorable man
    on Feb 9, 2012
    Last Saturday, the representative of the Syrian regime started his speech at the United Nations by quoting Goethe, a cultural giant, and one of the most respected and admired literary figures of the 19th century. A classic ruse, that, unfortunately,...
  • Shock , Love and the Revolution
    on Apr 27, 2011
      Last week, The New York Times published a story about the two Mobarak sons who were recently thrown in jail. The two men apparently are so stunned to find themselves in the very cells that they had previously ordered built, that they ...
    on Feb 1, 2011
    The people of Egypt are experiencing what Hannah Arendt describes in the” Life of the Mind “ as an “event breaking into the continuum of chronological time “. For today, and since the beginning of their Revolution, they are in this exhila...
  • The Mosque : A non-political issue.
    on Aug 22, 2010
    The dispute over the establishment of a mosque close to the scene of the 9/11 tragedyhas blown open the hegemony of politics over all other kinds of public discourses.There was a time when people’s relations were regulated not by what was “politi...
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