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Some are now accusing her of being a spy for Israel, while others point out that western media seems more interested in her than the Arabs.
Despite great headway since independence from colonial powers, there remains room for improvement.
By JULIA ALTMANN/THE MEDIA LINE
While repressive Arab regimes have sought to harness the power of the internet—especially after the 2011 Arab Spring—young people have been experimenting with newer forms of digital activism.
By TERRANCE J. MINTNER & DIMA ABUMARIA/THE MEDIA LINE
Also: U.S.-India relations on the rise, Saudi Arabia introduces philosophy to university curriculum, and a view of Trump's middle east policies.
By THE MEDIA LINE
Those who monitor the domestic situation in Iran will find that there are numerous protest movements that have not coalesced into one popular revolution because there is no unified leadership.
By MEDIA LINE
A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world
A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.
"These blatant lies show that many news channels have very little regard for credibility or professionalism."
A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from Arab media around the world.
"In many ways, regardless of who planted the bomb or shot the rifles, the sole culprit is the Iranian regime itself."
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