On the relative rights or wrongs of delaying the news of death to loved ones: robbed of the chance to mourn?
"My oldest aunt and my mother's closest sister had passed away this Sunday :(
She was the sweetest lady and she was sick for a long time, thanks to diabetes her whole body started to go off about two years ago, her kidney, her eyes..etc.
Two months ago she had a stork in her brain , it was tough but she was speaking , not normally but she was not in a coma and everyone was hoping that she will get better soon."
Words from a book review that might shed light on the current crisis in Syria:
“Syria will play a major role in the years to come both as a player and an issue in world politics. This book, written by a veteran student of Middle East affairs, is the most up-to-date and reliable guide available on this subject.”
–Walter Laqueur, Emeritus Professor, Georgetown University, and author of The Road to War
"Among the various voices I came across about the preparedness, or lack of it, of Jordan to join the league of democratic nations, there was this one somewhat valid opinion, which claims that Jordanians should first learn how to be democratic before asking for democracy."
Meet Mahmoud Jibril: Meet the new Libyan "democrats"...
New government representing the Libyan people?
"The Libyan rebels officially formed an interim government, and named Mahmoud Jibril as their interim Prime Minister. That’s him shaking hands with Sarkozy, on the right:"