Daily Archives: Friday June 2nd, 2017

Agnotology

Written by: Dr.Abdul Razzaq Bani Hani When I was a bachelor student, I heard from my history teacher, John Sweeney, an opinion that I did not understand back then about the science of ignorance(agnotology) , and about a sub-specialization in history called psycho-history, that was in 1976 !!! I often asked myself “Is it possible that there is a science ...

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” Mstasim of the current era “

On the day that Hulaku entered Baghdad ,he  killed the scientists, traders and judges  and  said to his soldiers, “Keep Al-Mu’tasim alive until he shows us the places of his treasures.” Al-Mu’tasim went with them and showed them the caches of gold , silver, valuables and all Precious collectibles in and out of his palaces, including what was impossible for ...

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” Shami Islam The “

The writer, critic and member of the People’s Assembly the professor  Nabil Saleh wrote: today I was surprised by a cultural scene at Al-Akram Mosque in Damascus during the condolence to Mr. Suhail Arafa, the son of one of the Elders of old  Al-Maidan neighborhood. The condolence was mixed for both men and women. The women and  men  of the ...

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” The Arabic ragamuffins “

Jordan’s debt is almost 30 billion, Lebanon’s debt is almost 80 billion, Egypt’s debt is almost 60 billion , Morocco’s debt is almost 22 billion , Algeria’s debt is about 29 billion, Sudan’s debt is about 15 billion , Tunisia’s debt is almost 18 billion, Somalia`s debt is nearly 10 billion, Mauritania`s debt is nearly 13 billion, Iraqi`s debt  is ...

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President without dignity

Despite the Turkish refusing reservation. The NATO alliance officially joins the International Alliance against Da’ash, which  takes from the People’s Protection Units main partner for it in Syria. This step is very important particularly after the failure of the Turkish schemes to obstruct this partnership, which resulted  its isolation more. Erdogan is humiliated again in Belgium and also was humiliated ...

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