March 23, 2014

Let Us Count the Ways Arabs Are Dying

Rami Khouri, Daily Star

The Associated Press

How many ways are there to die in the Arab world today, other than through an act of nature or a natural death? Let me count the ways.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Arabs, Syria, Libya, Iraq, Lebanon


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