North Africa

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The view from Qatar

By Nikolas Grosfield
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Politics | A kitchen chair in front of a flat-screen TV may be a normal venue for watching the U.S. presidential election. But doing so with a well-educated Palestinian…

Globe Trot 10.24

By Mindy Belz
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International | The euro is falling, this time over unexpectedly bad numbers from Germany—Europe’s economic powerhouse—that show the eurozone crisis oozing into the…

Troubled waters

By Jamie Dean
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Abortion | Dutch pro-abortion group tries to lure Moroccan women offshore to receive abortion-inducing drugs

Mystery men

By Mindy Belz
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Islam | Violence continues in the Middle East and North Africa over a shallow film and its shadowy filmmaker

What's next for Libya?

What's next for Libya?

By Cal Thomas
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North Africa | Forgive me if I don't join the State Department, American officials, and world leaders in their euphoric "Hallelujah Chorus" celebrating the demise of Libya's…

To the shores of Tripoli

To the shores of Tripoli

By Cal Thomas
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North Africa | Name a single Arab or Islamic state, which, after a revolution that has overthrown a dictator, came to embrace political pluralism, religious tolerance, and…

One muted cheer for Libya

One muted cheer for Libya

By Marvin Olasky
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North Africa | As television networks celebrate the sudden, apparent fall of the Qaddafi regime in Libya, keep in mind some historical precedents concerning startling…

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