June 17, 2014

The Arab World Is Finally United -- By Tents

The Daily Star, Daily Star

The Associated Press

Arab countries are thus finally closing in on a possible unifying factor – refugee status – and if the percentage of Arab refugees continues to rise, it might be time for the Arab League to recognize the members of this new constituency, and offer them their own seat in time for next year’s Arab Summit.

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TAGGED: Sudan, Africa, Middle East, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Arab League, Somalia

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