Al-Ahram Weekly Online   5 - 11 June 2008
Issue No. 900
Opinion
 
Published in Cairo by AL-AHRAM established in 1875

The ongoing Arab grief
Until now, Arab denial of the reasons for the 1948 catastrophe leaves its meaning locked in echoes and beyond reach, writes Azmi Bishara
Where now for Islamists?
Gaining little from political participation, moderate Islamists face a choice between continued low returns and changing course, writes Amr Hamzawy
The only hope
Back from the brink, Lebanon has much hard work ahead, writes Amin Howeidi
In focus: Time for a change
Egypt's government has lost all credibility and should go, writes Galal Nassar
Empire's last hurrah
Stupidity and irresponsibility exploded the American empire from within, writes Ayman El-Amir
The alternate lobby
Not before time, in Washington there has emerged a counter-balance to hardline pro-Israel groups, writes James Zogby
Losing ground
The agenda of US-Israeli hawks appears mired, for the time being, writes Ramzy Baroud

Editorial:
Bush's two deaths

Close up:
Mediterranean what?
By Salama A Salama

Soapbox:
Learning from Lebanon
By El-Sayed Eleiwa


This week:
Michel Suleiman

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