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2 HOURS AGO - Eurasia Review

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Yemen Repatriates Eight Saudi Al-Qaeda Suspects

Yemen has repatriated eight Saudis wanted for suspected links with Al-Qaeda in the second handover of its kind since February, said Interior Ministry spokesman Mansour Al-Turki on Thursday. “The Kingdom has received eight Saudis wanted for joining Al-Qaeda in Yemen,” he said. “The move comes as part of joint security operations between the two countries […] The post Yemen Repatriates ...

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7 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Israel-Gaza Conflict Puts Interfaith Relations To The Test

When a group of Arab college students visiting New York met last week for a Ramadan iftar, they were greeted with an unexpected keynote speech. Rabbi Marc Schneier, head of The Hampton Synagogue on Long Island and the leader of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, an interfaith-oriented nonprofit, had come by for what initially seemed simple and routine: Sharing about ...

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12 HOURS AGO - The Guardian

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Yemen Swap Marriages a tradition that makes and breaks families

The ancient Shegar practice where the children of one family marry those of another often means that homes and support systems can be torn apart in the blink of an eyeThe high cost of getting married within a closed society is the subject of Mai Noman's documentary Yemen Swap Marriages (BBC World Service). The programme follows the practice of Shegar, ...

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JUL 31, 2014 - New Statesman

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Al-Qaeda earns $125m from ransom payments: should European governments stop paying up?

A New York Times article has suggests that European governments act as an "inadvertent underwriter for al-Qaeda". Should governments pay ransoms when their citizens are taken hostage? A soldier in the al-Qaeda affiliated Al-Nusra front in Syria, which is part-funded by kidnap. Photo: Getty. If you’re kidnapped by al-Qaeda or its affiliates, your best hope could be having a French ...

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JUL 30, 2014 - Foreign Affairs

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The Sana'a Illusion

Why Yemen Is Not A Model for Iraq July 30, 2014 Farea Al-muslimi Summary:  Last month, U.S. President Barack Obama suggested that Yemen could be an example for how to bring stability to Iraq. His comments came as a shock to most Yemenis. The contradiction between their country’s political reality and its reputation as an Arab Spring success story has ...

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