Monthly Archives: August 2011

Berber Autumn

Berber Autumn… by Gerald A. Honigman Decades ago, while engaged in undergraduate and graduate work in Middle Eastern Affairs and related studies, the only way I learned of the struggles of scores of millions of non-Arab peoples in the region … Continue reading

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Criminal Sacrifice…?

Criminal Sacrifice…? by Gerald A. Honigman Since at least Biblical times, man has been faced with a profound question: Am I my brother’s keeper? And, if so, to what extent? I’ve recently learned some very disturbing news related to the … Continue reading

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Targeting The Snake…

Targeting The Snake… by Gerald A. Honigman I like snakes…really. I even had some as pets when I was a kid. They are definitely misunderstood creatures and play an extremely important role in nature’s balance. Imagine what the rodent population … Continue reading

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A Quartet Of Petro-Dollar Addicted Hypocrites…

A Quartet Of Petro-Dollar Addicted Hypocrites… by Gerald A. Honigman There are certain quotes that just stick in your mind because of the profound nature of their message. Since I’ve been studying the Middle East most of my life, quotes … Continue reading

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A Conversation Between Friends: Dear Mr. Prime Minister…

A Conversation Between Friends: Dear Mr. Prime Minister… by Gerald A. Honigman Let me begin this by stating that I agree with most of your positions–and that’s why I am a bit nervous about the latest news reports coming out … Continue reading

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Hunting Quail and Sitting Ducks, Redux…

Hunting Quail and Sitting Ducks, Redux… by Gerald A. Honigman As the proud owner of Contessa and Maximus–Chocolate and Yellow Labrador Retrievers–I certainly have nothing against sustainable hunting per se, as long as it’s done to put food on the … Continue reading

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