Reminding us that religion and sectarianism are not mutually exclusive.
Also through humorous sketch, treating us to a spectacle of how ridiculous when followed to its conclusion sectarianism can risk getting.
Looking for the Opposition (not in Lebanese politics, but in the opposing principle to Sectarianism.)
Tapping into this widely covered debate on the motivations of the Mid-East Revolt and its cry of hunger or cry of political repression.
I -Al Bawaba Ed- once had two friends who fell out over this very same debate. Did the Egyptians simply want bread to fill their belly's or did they have a hunger perhaps not so immediate but just as visceral.
Jeffrey Rudolph brings us hypocrisy and the U.S. in the same sentence when he speaks of "the gross hypocrisy of US foreign policy" such that "fundamentalism and dictatorship in the Arab world is only condemned when it comes garbed in anti-Americanism".
Take this quiz and consider the repercussions of this country protesting and demanding change.