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Nissim Dahan's Blog – March 2011 Archive (2)

Half Measures with No Clear Vision in Sight

Where is the vision? Where are we heading? And how do we get there?



For some reason, when it comes to the Middle East, people the world over seem to content themselves with half measures and short-sighted thinking. We feel good about doing something, anything for that matter, even if it has little bearing on the problem at hand, or no chance of bringing about a long term solution.



Take, as an example, the current military campaign in Libya, which is being undertaken by… Continue

Added by Nissim Dahan on March 24, 2011 at 11:15pm — No Comments

Doing Justice to the Martyrs

It’s one thing to bring about a revolution; it’s quite another to bring about revolutionary change.



There are people dying, even as we speak, on the streets of the Middle East. Mohammed Bouazizi of Tunisia set himself on fire, and in one fell swoop, set the entire region ablaze. But to what end?



Like Martin Luther King, the man on the street has a dream. And his dream is not all that difficult to fathom. He wants the dignity of a decent job, and the freedom to live his life as… Continue

Added by Nissim Dahan on March 4, 2011 at 11:22pm — No Comments

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