Monthly Archives: October 2011

Egypt’s Copts…Uncle Boutros and Uncle Tom…Lessons In Arab

Egypt’s Copts: Uncle Boutros and Uncle Tom…Lessons In Arab Tolerance by Gerald A. Honigman Not everyone was celebrating the “Arab Spring”… Don’t get me wrong, I too wished for all peoples–Arabs and non-Arabs alike (yes, there are scores of millions … Continue reading

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Turks, Arabs, Jews, & Kurds: The Pot & The Kettle…

Turks, Arabs, Jews, and Kurds: The Pot & The Kettle Calling The Coal Black… by Gerald A. Honigman Dr. Aaron Klieman’s book, Foundations of British Policy In The Arab World: The Cairo Conference of 1921 (Johns Hopkins Press, 1970), should … Continue reading

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Iraq: What Not To Do…

Iraq: What Not To Do… by Gerald A. Honigman Well, for good or for bad, it appears to be official. President Obama recently announced that all U.S. forces will leave Iraq by the end of 2011. We actually lasted there … Continue reading

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Qaddafi: The Devil Is Dead…Beware What Comes After

Qaddafi: The Devil Is Dead…Beware What Comes After by Gerald A. Honigman With Libya’s President Qaddafi now sleeping with the camels, it’s time to take another look at what’s happening on that front. Earlier this year, when the Arab Spring … Continue reading

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Schalit…Kind To The Cruel Equals Cruel To The Kind…

Those Who Are Kind To The Cruel, In The End Will Be Cruel To The Kind… by Gerald A. Honigman I’m sure other folks have their own version of the above saying. This one is of the Jews. It comes … Continue reading

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Sarkozy Of Arabia

Sarkozy Of Arabia by Gerald A. Honigman France’s Nicolas Sarkozy was recently quoted in the French magazine, Le Canard Enchaine, as saying that the very idea of a Jewish State is silly. Sarkozy has admitted to some Jewish ancestry in … Continue reading

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Altalena 2011…

Altalena 2011… by Gerald A. Honigman Even though the Egyptian ghoul has been out of the picture for years now, polluting the soil from Jerusalem sprinkled onto his coffin in Ramallah, nothing has really changed. The problem, of course, has … Continue reading

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