Al-Ahram Weekly Online   22 - 28 January 2004
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Hamas remains defiant
Israeli threats to assassinate Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, leave Hamas leaders unimpressed. Khaled Amayreh reports from the West Bank

Peace is in the pipeline
The Arab League is planning a host of activities for post-peace Sudan. Dina Ezzat reports

Shows of strength
As Paul Bremer met with the UN and the IGC to discuss their vision of the future, thousands of Iraqi Shi'ites marched in Baghdad to demand theirs. Graham Usher reports from Baghdad

Al-Hawza's muscle
The political battle for the representation of Iraqi people is in full force, but as Omayma Abdel-Latif reports, the road to Iraqi independence seems to begin in Al-Najaf

Reformists challenge the ban
A tug of war between Iranian conservatives and reformists over forthcoming elections has entered its second week running with no apparent light at the end of the tunnel, reports Rasha Saad

Guarded change
As calls for radical reform grow louder in Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Abdullah announced the launching of the reform process but he left out the finer details, reports Sherine Bahaa

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