Recent attacks against African asylum seekers in Tel Aviv are raising important questions for the state of Israel. Advocates say the migrants are victims of racism, discrimination and decades of poor policy. But some citizens and politicians argue the rising number of "infiltrators" – as they call them – is leading to crime and a fall in living standards.
Zazalizitha Mahlabayithwale WaseMzinyathini Khumalo-SilosaManguni Who doesnt know that Jews are the worst racists? Remember the white hats story of German jews who are conspiring with their South African counterparts to tame the rising black population, by using diseases like Aids to kill as many blacks as possible
Greek Socialists (PASOK) will become the latest party to attempt to form a coalition government after a left-wing bloc opposed to austerity measures imposed by the country's international lendors gave up on its efforts to build a ruling majority.
Opinion: "When it comes to President Barack Obama's foreign policy, I'm of two minds. Killing Osama bin Laden? Thumbs up. Killing a US citizen who worked for al-Qaeda? Not so much. But at least he knows what's going on. When Mitt Romney talks about foreign policy, I get this sinking feeling that he believes the number one geopolitical foe of the United States is the Soviet Union," says Stoehr. http://aje.me/INWxx0
Frank Burns When will the killing Stop! There are other more friendlier ways to stop the rampant display and carnage; it is called: Negotiation. With all your skills and culture, why can't you just enjoy peaceful demonstrations. Every time you strike with the hand of vengance, you bring Shame to yourself.
Algeria is gearing up for parliamentary elections, which authorities have pledged will be the freest ever.
Nearly 22 million Algerians are registered to vote for 44 parties, half of which were just legalised this year, for a parliament that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika promises will have a say in rewriting the constitution.
Opinion: "What is Anonymous? To some critics, the protest actions taken under the banner of Anonymous will be used by governments to exercise their repressive impulses... To others, Anonymous represents the finest the internet has to politically offer," writes Gabriella Coleman as she examines the shadowy hacktivist movement. Read the article and tell us what you think: http://aje.me/JokIlS
Marcel Alfred Denrath Well what's Anonymous, it can be an hackers association the their members are from all the world, it can be a system that doesn't approve the politicas and some kind of economic projects, it can be a kind of form of protests, a social war based on the computer technology..
Opinion: "Eltahawy's argument that a misogynistic culture and religion are at the root of hardships experienced by Arab women is out of touch. It ignores a reality in which many, if not most, women of the region not only take pride in, but derive strength from their varying traditions and beliefs," writes Sarah Moussa. Continue reading her critique: http://aje.me/JbLIXM