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Friday, 6 July, 2007, 11:10 ( 9:10 GMT )
Opinion: For the Power and Glory of Africa
The suffering humanity today sorely needs an alternative to statism. The African continent even moreso. That is why, African leaders at this year’s AU summit due to be held in Accra, Ghana in July should not miss the opportunity to dismantle the artificial barriers imposed on the continent by the colonialist, and put in their place an African Union Government, which millions of Africans are yearning for.
Globalisation, Like it or Not
By: Zainab Al-Arabi
In his book, "Islam in the age of globalization", Dr. Zaqzuq (the minister for Islamic endowments, Egypt) attempts to rebut the sterile attempts by some to belittle Islam.
The Heat is On!
By: Zainab Al-Arabi
This year’s summer is apparently going to be a very long and blazing one. While we wait with bated breath for the cooling down of violence and politics in Iraq, Palestine, Somalia, and everywhere in the Arab world it seems, all our attention is on the weather now. All we can do is hope that each day brings cooler breezes for us in Libya.
Alert to Protect Global Tobacco Treaty before COP-II Begins in Thailand
By: Bobby Ramakant
The 2nd Conference of Parties (COP-II) meeting for Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) – the first global public health and corporate accountability treaty (The Great Jamahiriya ratified FCTC on 7 June 2005) shall begin at the end of this month in Thailand.
Who is Right in Palestine?
By: John Maguire
As a neutral person looking in at what is happening right now in the occupied lands of Palestine, I have been scratching my head in the hope that in the end I would be able to understand the meaning of the words, "Democracy" and Legitimacy.
The One “Ingleezi” I would have Liked to Meet
Zainab Al-Arabi
The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, was extremely active in the last couple of weeks for someone who is imminently leaving office. One major entry in his agenda was a stop in Libya, at the end of which a joint statement was issued to the media announcing a new stage in Libyan-British relations. These relations have been stormy, to say the least, for the last few centuries.
There’s something about the Libyans
By: Zainab Al-Arabi
As far as stereotypes go, we Libyans are considered by some of our Arab neighbours to the West, to be ‘uncultured’, because French isn’t our second language as a nation.
Small Businessmen's Council & Independent SME representation on the EDB
By: Sami Zaptia
I write as a group 'A' graduate of the General Peoples Committee's National Economic Strategy/Monitor Group - Leadership Development Programme - Sponsored by The Gaddafi Foundation for Development.
Tony ...We, Too, Do Not Like You
By: Mahmoud Al-Bousaifi
What did Tony Blair carry with him in his quiver for the Libyans?
Why did he choose to visit Libya before his forced outing from Ten Downing Street?
Personally, I do not exactly know what he wanted by coming here.
Taiwanese Official Warns African Countries of China's Real Intentions in Continent
By:Joseph Kayira in Blantyre, Malwi
Taiwan or the Republic of China (RoC) says African countries must be wary when dealing with Mainland China because the giant Asian nation is only interested in oil and natural resources from Africa.
Back to Basics
By Zainab Al-Arabi
As Muslims, we tend to find ourselves very often on the defensive regarding our religion. Even before the horrific events of 9/11, Islam was blamed for many of the problems in the Middle East.
Traditions, Customs, and Dangerous Old Ladies
By: Zainab Al-Arabi
Every nation has its traditions and customs; some of which should be utilized as mechanisms for positive social change and advancement. Regretfully, some of these same traditions and customs have the opposite result when enforced by certain type of old women.
Simple Calculus BY; Morgan Strong
There are two fundamental truths about our war in Iraq. The first is that the administration did not tell the American people the true reasons for this war. Whether it was through deliberate lies or by the deliberate construction of false intelligence, the consequence is equal.
“Forget the Past”
Zainab Al-Arabi
These three words were spoken by Shimon Perez, the former Zionist Prime Minister during the recent “Doha Debates”, hosted and aired by the British Broadcasting Corporation. This advice was in answer to questions by students and journalists in the audience, regarding the Palestinian “Right of Return” to their lands and homes in the present Zionist entity.
Frendo: Malta's EU Membership Helps Clarify, Defend Mediterranean Interests
Dr. Mustafa Fetouri
Two weeks ago, Malta's Minister of Foreign Affairs paid an official visit to Libya in which he met with officials, inaugurated the newly opened office of Malta's Chamber of Commerce, and gave a lecture at the prestigious Academy of Graduate Studies which was the pinnacle of his visit.
 
 
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Simple Calculus BY; Morgan Strong
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