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By Walid M. Sadi - Dec 27,2014
I am not sure whether we in Jordan have in place a proper procedure for emergency medical situations. The other day, I witnessed a disturbing case: a waiter at a café in Shmeisani accidentally cut his right hand while washing a glass and sustained a deep wound.
By Walid M. Sadi - Dec 20,2014
While Islamic State followers are calling on Arab and Muslim communities making Western countries their homeland to leave these places of the “infidel”, these communities are increasingly feeling right at home in their adopted countries. The Arab and Muslim immi
By Walid M. Sadi - Dec 13,2014
The recent report of the US Senate on the CIA’s torture practices during the era of President George W.
By Walid M. Sadi - Dec 06,2014
The fluctuation in the price of oil in the last few weeks was not due strictly to economic principles, including supply and demand. There must have been other reasons for the quite steep drop in the price of oil.  When oil prices change in a dramatic way, ob
By Walid M. Sadi - Nov 29,2014
The list of human rights is getting quite long these days with the addition of every conceivable kind of right to the already long record. The latest addition is the “right to play”. At first glance, this right might sound out of place, but deeper consideration
By Walid M. Sadi - Nov 22,2014
The suicide car bombing that claimed the life of 30 Egyptian soldiers and wounded many others in Sinai last month was not the first of its kind, nor will it be the last, judging by the ever-increasing number of such attacks. This state of affairs prompted Cairo, and rightly
By Walid M. Sadi - Nov 15,2014
The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago, but now a new wall is being erected between Moscow and the Western capitals, creating new flashpoints. The genesis of this new barrier can be traced to a period that precedes the Ukraine conflict and the consequent annexation of Crimea by Russi
By Walid M. Sadi - Nov 08,2014
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been accused by the West of committing the mother of all sins when he ordered his army to take over Crimea and annex it to mother Russia, an action highly disruptive of the world order that emerged after World War II. And when Moscow went ahe
By Walid M. Sadi - Nov 01,2014
Theories abound, from experts and amateurs alike, on why the seemingly sudden surge in religious radicalism and extremism, especially after the advances of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Political scientists, psychologists, sociologists, religious authorities and statesmen
By Walid M. Sadi - Oct 25,2014
The so-called Islamic State (IS) has been called all sorts of names, including cancer, plague and the mother of all evils. Yet, few bothered to ask what events or circumstances offered the right environment for this “affliction” to rise. In other words, what was the



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