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Sunday, July 17, 2011
Eulogy for Ami Isseroff
MidEast Web's cofounder and webmaster Ami Isseroff was born Sunday, April 14, 1946 and died Wednesday, June 29, 2011. His friends and family, and many around the world who were inspired by his work, mourn this great loss.
We hope to be able to maintain and carry on the impressive work Ami did on MidEast Web and elsewhere. This website will stay online for the next three years at least, and hopefully until peace finds the Middle East, which might take a little longer.
by Wouter Brasse @ July 17, 2011: 06:14 PM CST [Link]
Friday, July 15, 2011
Ami and Joe: two great men have left us
We mourn the passing of Joe Hochstein, who died this June 26, and of Ami Isseroff, who died only a few days later, on June 29.
by Wouter Brasse @ July 15, 2011: 02:25 AM CST [Link]
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Bashar Assad and the mysterious west
Sometimes it is the West, and not the East, that is inscrutable. The revolts against tyrannical regimes that took place in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Yemen and Bahrain are at least understandable. It would also be understandable if the revolts were subverted by Islamists, or if Western powers were to quash the revolts out of fear of Islamism, or protect their favorite rulers. [more]
by Moderator @ May 14, 2011: 09:42 PM CST [Link]
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