Worried Lebanese

thought crumbs on lebanese and middle eastern politics

Judgemental feelings after a monthlong interruption

Posted by worriedlebanese on 02/10/2010

What article should I tackle today?

  1. An appalling Benny Morris article: “No love for Muslims, unless they’re Palestinian“,
  2. Donniel Hartman’s “The Future of Zionism Depends on Moral Excellence” in which moralism rhymes with an extreme hair splitting variant of relativism
  3. Wissam Saadeh’s “A new threat to world security and peace“, taking lebanese egotism to new heights.
  4. MHG’s “Apaiser Malakût…“, in which new intellectual weaponry is brandished in the name of (civic) resistance.
  5. & last but not least, the latest reheated March XIV® platitude : “L’initiative de Beyrouth“.

Time for me to go to work. I’ll try to spawn some words tonight.


3 Responses to “Judgemental feelings after a monthlong interruption”

  1. Jhon said

    When the history of America’s decline in the new millennium is written, I imagine scholars will marvel at how much time and effort U.S. leaders spent trying to influence the behavior of enemies who seemed beyond the reach of our threats…. Iran and Hezbollah are a case in point… It appears our frequent threats have served mainly to raise that stature of the theocratic Iranian regime at the expense of American credibility in the region….

  2. The world is held by people with very good intentions, and yet, it’s the way it is.

    A nice read worriedLebanese, as always.

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