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The Herland Report Middle East section features news and cultural analysis from the Middle East, with frequent articles by leading intellectuals.

Christianity is most Persecuted Religion in the World, Lindsay Elisabeth, CBN

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Share the articleWhile you might have seen a decrease in mainstream media reporting regarding Christian persecution, there has only been an increase in the persecution taking place against Christians around the world. According to the Gatestone Institute, persecution of Christians by extremist groups and individuals is continuing to climb, as the persecution has become more systematic than random. A few weeks …

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A critical examination of the 9/11 official story, Hanne Nabintu, WND

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Share the articleOver the years many have questioned what really happened during the 9/11 World Trade Center attack in New York, 2001, when Al Qaida linked Islamists hijacked airplanes and performed suicide attacks in the US. World Trade Center Building 7 has remained a mystery, as no planes were flown into this building, yet it collapsed just like the airplane-attacked …

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9/11 World Trade Center true story, War on Terror and fear of Muslims, Hanne Nabintu Herland

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Share the articleOver the years many have questioned what really happened during the 9/11 World Trade Center attack in New York, 2001. The official story was that 19 radical islamists associated with Al Qaida hijacked four airplanes and performed suicide attacks in the US. This sparked the beginning of the coordinated “War on Terror”, and the Muslim world have since …

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9/11 True Story of the Collapse revealed, World Trade Center 7, Paul C. Roberts

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Share the articleThe University of Alaska and Nanjing has presented the findings from a four year investigation into what happened in the collapse of Building 7, World Trade Center, 2001. No planes were flown into this building, yet it collapsed just like the airplane-attacked two high risers. Their findings is that fire did not cause the collapse, but a near …

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Dr. Petra Heldt: Muslim Persecution against Christians in the Middle East

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Share the articleHerland Report (HTV): Persecution against Christians is a massive problem in the Middle East. Dr. Petra Heldt, Professor at the Hebrew University and founder of The Ecumenical Theological Research Fraternity in Jerusalem, barely survived a suicide attack in Jerusalem in 1989 and stayed over a year at the hospital. When asked whether she hated the Muslim suicide bombers, …

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New EU Expansion into Africa under pretext of fighting Islamism? Joaquin Flores

Share the articleThe upcoming US-EU expansion into Africa to combat China’s massive influence on the continent, places Africa at the center of new attention. We will probably see new wars on the African continent in the years to come. Joaquin Flores, chief editor of Fort Russ News and the director for Center for Syncretic Studies in Belgrade writes: In reality, …

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Western atrocities in the Middle East create massive hatred towards the West – Tommy Hansen, Herland Report TV (HTV)

Share the articleHerland Report TV (HTV): Tommy Hansen was a Danish, Berlin based journalist, founder of free21.org, a news site that features over 150 journalists’ work in Europe. In this Herland Report conversation, he speaks passionately about the deep rooted moral problems in the Western culture. The implementation of wars as a means to gain control over other nation’s resources …

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Will Jordan Hashemit Kingdom fall post Syria war? Mohammed B. Salameh and Ayman Hayajneh – Herland Report

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Share the articleThe Syrian war influx has created massive socioeconomic problems for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, including increased poverty, unemployment, budget deficits, and pressure on health and education infrastructures. National identity is one of the most sensitive and complex issues in Jordan. Since its creation in 1921 until recently, Jordan adopted a pan-Arab orientation at both state and society …

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Syrian war humanitarian crisis, what will happen to Jordan? Mohammed B. Salameh – Herland Report

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Share the articleThe Syrian civil war produced one of the largest, longest, and most complex humanitarian crises of the twenty-first century. More than twelve million people have fled to Arab and Western countries since June 2011, including over 1.4 million to Jordan, equivalent to 14 percent of the Jordanian population. This influx has created massive socioeconomic problems for the Hashemite …

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Herland Report: The Dhimmi Culture in the Middle East, Christians as third class citizen group among Muslims – Dr. Petra Heldt

Share the articleHerland Report (HTV): “The Christians are third class citizens in the Muslim World,” says Professor at the Hebrew University and founder of The Ecumenical Theological Research Fraternity in Jerusalem, Dr. Petra Heldt. She has worked among Middle East Christians, Jews, Druze and others for 30 years, with deep insight into the multicultural fabric in the region, and was …

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