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    QATAR WORLD CUP WINNERS & LOSERS

    TweetLast Sunday was the end of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, four weeks of a festive soccer global party that generated lots of attention and speculations. Excessive criticism of Qatar's human rights, migrants' workers, and gay rights. The Qatar world cup, however, was a great success, well organized, and well attended. No major troubles, fan riots, or heavy police or security present. As someone tweeted, this is the first world cup where no British fan was arrested. Finally, Qatar world cup gave Arabs the platform to tell their story and narrative for change. Arab commentators and announcers, with their poetic rhetoric, tell stories and cheerlead their teams. Arab analysts,…

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    WHY NO FREE PRESS ‘ UNITY MARCH’ FOR GAZA!

    TweetBenjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli PM who ordered the bombing and the destruction of Al-Jalaa Media tower in Gaza marched with over 40 world leaders in “Paris Unity March” to show unity and support to protect Press Freedom after the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Leaders who attended the “Paris Unity March” in 2015 are now silent on the bombing of the Media tower in Gaza. Almost 3 million people took to the street of Paris in the unity rallies in solidarity with the French Magazine in its crusade in insulting the Muslim prophet. “Paris is the capital of the world today,” said French leader then Francois Hollande. “Our values…

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    Et Tu Paul!!

    TweetI calmly disagree with you, Paul!! Last week, on the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman tweeted to his 4.6 million followers that “Overall, Americans took 9/11 pretty calmly. Notably, there wasn’t a mass outbreak of ant-Muslim sentiment and violence, which could all too easily happen. And GW Bush was a terrible president, to his credit, he tried to calm prejudice, no feed it. “I calmly disagree with Paul, Americans attacks and hate crimes against Muslims shot to the roof, and Bush calmy invaded two Muslim countries. Paul, you need to get out of the house more often. When Mr. Krugman started writing for…

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