It ought to be clear by now that the Arab cause has been dealt a big blow: starting from the second Lebanese war; and followed by schiism between the various factions in Islam to cite only the biggest ones, but not the only one that devide the Muslim world; such as Sunni and Shiia. Now, it looks that Nassrallah is in an inplosion stage whereby his hold on Lebanese politics is diminishing. Not that it should exempt Israel from cleaning its house and allow a new vision for its relationship with the Arab-Muslim world. It is a new dawn, and one has to admit the the Israeli factor, though not yet accepted, it is getting more and more political reception in a greater and unexpected quarters of the Muslims as well as the African worlds.
U.S., China, Afghanistan and Pakistan launch new round of Afghan peace talks (AP)
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