Naeem Meer
Naeem Meer
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A Look at Lebanon's Polished Version Of Modern Slavery

What are the essential steps to finding a "maid" in Lebanon?

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Burgas Bulgaria Terror Attack Could Be the Handiwork of Hezbollah

Israel is now pointing a finger at Iran and Hezbollah for the Bulgaria attack against Israeli citizens, but details remain sketchy.
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French Elections 2012: Whether Sarkozy or Hollande Wins, Is France Doomed?

The French people are fed up with Sarkozy, but Hollande is certainly not the perfect candidate for the job.

One Year Later, A Tribute to Tim Hetherington and Fallen Photojournalists

The director of Restrepo showed why photography is essential in the fight for peace around the world.
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Exclusive: Interviews With Wounded Teenage Free Syrian Army Fighters

TRIPOLI, LEBANON – My surreal experience with wounded Free Syrian Army fighters. One thing is clear, this is a political coming of age for Syrians.
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Fighting Erupts Between Hezbollah and the Free Syrian Army ... on the Paintball Field

A game of paintball highlights the dramatic changes that are currently sweeping the Levant.

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Toulouse Shootings and the Future of French Unity

The killings of French servicemen and Jewish civilians will tempt individuals and politicians to resort to shortcuts and accusations, but these actions are not the solution.
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Recognize Hamas As a Political Party to Help Solve Israel-Palestine

The West should choose dialogue with Hamas in order to become a relevant player in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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Why We Should Let Arab Islamists Govern ... And Fail

Islamism needs to be put to the test of governance in order to be truly defeated through elections.
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Denzel Washington and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

All parties involved in the Israel-Palestine peace negotiations need to start seeing things with a fresh perspective. Denzel's Philadelphia performance shows us how.
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Secularism and the Veil Controversy in France

Differing views on separation of church and state are apparent in France's attack on the veil and America's more tolerant approach. Still, both countries are discriminatory in their own right.