News and Analysis (10/14/09)

Despite the highly effective success rate, the Saudi rehabilitation program may not be the solution to resettling the 97 Yemenis from Guantanamo…

… Meanwhile, Yemen struggles to provide for the more than 150,000 people fleeing the conflict between government and insurgent forces:

An internal Fatah memo accuse Obama of buckling under Israeli pressure and that “all hopes placed in the new US administration and President Obama have evaporated”:

Examining the logistics and chances of success of an Israeli military strike on Iranian nuclear sites:

Legislation must be passed by Thursday in order to organize the parliamentary vote in time:

Profiling Mullah Muhammad Omar, the leader behind the Taliban’s remarkable military comeback in Afghanistan:

” We [Israelis] have it in our power to change the current situation, when a man sits in our jails for a number of years, and around him friends and family become angry. That is how we create terrorists”:


Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant

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