Arab Nationalism Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Arab Nationalism Sayings By Juan Cole: I also argued before the war that the administration was underestimating Arab nationalism and Iraqi I also argued before the war that the administration was underestimating Arab nationalism and Iraqi nationalism, that it was not going to be as easy to rule Iraq as they thought. — Juan Cole
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Arab Nationalism Sayings By Michel Aflaq: Europe is as fearful of Islam today as she has been in the past. She Europe is as fearful of Islam today as she has been in the past. She now knows that the strength of Islam (which in the past expressed that of the Arabs) has been reborn and has appeared in a new form: Arab nationalism. — Michel Aflaq
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Arab Nationalism Sayings By Aysha Taryam: If Syria is to rise from the ashes it needs a united Arab world which If Syria is to rise from the ashes it needs a united Arab world which has one thing on its agenda, not the falling of a dictator for we have seen many of those fall, but the reemergence of a prosperous Arab nation, one that is not reliant on foreign aid but is self-sustained and set on its way to become powerful once again. — Aysha Taryam
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Arab Nationalism Sayings By Muammar Al-Gaddafi: The times of Arab nationalism and unity are gone forever. These ideas which mobilized the The times of Arab nationalism and unity are gone forever. These ideas which mobilized the masses are only a worthless currency. Libya has had to put up with too much from the Arabs for whom it has poured forth both blood and money. — Muammar Al-Gaddafi
Arab Nationalism Sayings By David Brooks: Young Arab men are not going to walk away from extremism because they can suddenly Young Arab men are not going to walk away from extremism because they can suddenly afford a Slurpee. They will walk away when they can devote themselves to a some call to serve a cause that connects nationalism to dignity and democracy and transcends a lifetime. — David Brooks
Arab Nationalism Sayings By Anthony Marra: No fundamentalist undercurrent ran through the national culture before the first war. Sufism had always No fundamentalist undercurrent ran through the national culture before the first war. Sufism had always been the predominant Muslim sect, and Wahhabism was a foreign, wartime import. A few times a year, Arab Wahhabis came through the village in search of recruits. They promised rations, shelter, an eternity in Paradise, and, until that day of glorious martyrdom, a monthly salary of two hundred and fifty U.S. dollars. Few young men followed the monochromatic Wahhabi faith, but many were quite willing to be radicalized for a monthly salary that eclipsed what they would otherwise earn in a year. The war of independence so quickly conflated with jihad because no one cared about the self-determination of a small landlocked republic. Arab states would gladly fund a war of religion, but not one of nationalism. And in this way it didn't matter who won the war between the Feds and fundamentalists: the notion of a democratic and fully sovereign Chechnya would be crushed regardless. — Anthony Marra
Arab Nationalism Sayings By Elliott Abrams: Turkey's solidarity with Hamas is not, of course, based on Arab nationalism, which as a Turkey's solidarity with Hamas is not, of course, based on Arab nationalism, which as a non-Arab nation it does not support. It is instead based on a definition of the Mideast conflict as one between Jews and Muslims, precisely the position of Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda. — Elliott Abrams
Arab Nationalism Sayings By David Roberts: A student of Syrian affairs soon becomes used to paradox. A comparatively small country, narrowly A student of Syrian affairs soon becomes used to paradox. A comparatively small country, narrowly chauvinistic and jealous of its national sovereignty, Syria is nevertheless the repository, and has often been the origin, of oecumenical and transcendental ideas about Arab unity. Its society is one of the most heterogeneous in the Middle East and yet its leaders have been the proponents of a radical integrative political movement: Arab Nationalism. It has kindly and hospitable inhabitants, but it is also a police state where a man can be locked up indefinitely without a trial. Your Syrian friends are your friends for life, but a curious current of xenophobia runs through the country. Syrians love culture and natural beauty, but the ugliness of many Syrians towns and their architecture has to be seen to be believed. — David Roberts
Arab Nationalism Sayings By John F. Kennedy: We must formulate, with both imagination and restraint, a new approach to the Middle East We must formulate, with both imagination and restraint, a new approach to the Middle East - not pressing our case so hard that the Arabs feel their neutrality and nationalism are threatened ... while at the same time trying to hasten the inevitable Arab acceptance of the permanence of Israel ... We must ... seek a permanent settlement among Arabs and Israelis based not on an armed truce but on mutual self-interest. — John F. Kennedy