Mahmoud Abbas raises Palestinian flag at Unesco

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    BBC News - Mahmoud Abbas raises Palestinian flag at Unesco
     
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    Good. Step by step.
    Steps, that wouldn't have come if USA wouldn't be declining.
     
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    The Economist Magazine: Arab World Self-Doomed To Failure :lol: :clap2:

     
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    Welcome to Hamastan :clap2:

    Gaza's Elected Islamist Rulers Crack Down on Secular Community :lol:
    Gaza's elected Islamist rulers crack down on secular community - Telegraph
    After nearly four years of Hamas rule, the Gaza Strip's small secular community is in tatters, decimated by the militant group's campaign to impose its strict version of Islam in the coastal territory.

    Hamas has bullied men and women to dress modestly, tried to keep the sexes from mingling in public and sparked a flight of secular university students and educated professionals. Most recently, it has confiscated novels it deems offensive to Islam from a bookshop and banned Gaza's handful of male hairdressers from styling women's hair.

    Gaza, a tiny sliver of land squeezed between Egypt and Israel, always had a significant Islamic flavour, but once tolerated bars and cinemas, especially during Egyptian rule from 1948 to 1967. A conservative religious movement began to take hold in the 1980s, as part of a larger, region-wide religious awakening.

    The trend toward religious fundamentalism preceded the Hamas takeover. In recent years, hardliners have burned down the cinemas. Their charred remains are still visible in Gaza City. Militants blew up the last bar in 2005.

    Gaza women, whose attire once varied from Western pants and skirts to colourful traditional embroidered robes, began donning ankle-length loose robes. Women with face veils, once rarely seen in Gaza, are now a common sight.

    Today, plainclothes officers sometimes halt couples in the streets, demanding to see marriage licenses. Last year, the Interior Ministry banned women from smoking water pipes in public. Islamic faith does not ban women from smoking, but it is considered taboo in Gaza society.

    "In the end, the people who think differently are leaving," said Rami, a 32-year-old activist in one of Gaza's few secular groups. He refused to give his last name, fearing retribution
     
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    Wikipedia, puta? Sand was a French historian, not a Middle East historian :lol: :clap2:

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