Oye! News from Middle East
Journalist Mohamed Tamalt, who has been in prison in Algeria since June 27, serving a two-year sentence for Facebook posts and a poem that insulted the country’s president, is reportedly in a coma:
Today is a Day of Creativity for Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh, serving eight years and 800 lashes in Saudi Arabia for the alleged apostasy in his collection Instructions Within:
Graffiti for Ashraf in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
“I am scared to be forgotten.”
As Israeli politicians continue to spin over a poem Mahmoud Darwish wrote in 1964, Dareen Tatour — who was set to return to her own village outside Nazareth yesterday, to continue her house arrest in a family home — was remanded instead to prison:
Photo: Zahi Khamis.
I searching through the Clinton server emails, that you can find here (thanks to Wikileaks) I stumbled on this email that quotes an article by David W. Lesch, an American expert on Syria and a professor of Middle East History at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. The email was sent
Honduras' National Registry of Persons (RNP) confirmed that hundreds of Palestinian, Syrian, and citizens of other Arab nations were fraudulently registered as Honduran citizens. As a result, these foreigners can then acquire Honduran passports, which can be used to apply for visas to enter