Morsi in Cairo and the Muslim Brotherhoods journey through Tahir Square.
Fiona Sweetheart reports from Brussels about the voice of the EU Cathy Ashton and conversations between President of the European Commission and Jose Manuel Barroso she also talks about the shocking things that happened in Egypt and where to put Mohamed Morsi now that he has been ejected from his seat.
Read all about al Fath mosque and find out everything you needed to know and more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally about the disbanded Muslim Brotherhood. You can also read about William Hague and the crush and admiration she has for him in these conversations.
Taking a cynical look at some ideas that US Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta has regarding Syria.
Taking another look at Syria, Iran, Israel and the middle east. Today stirring trouble unearths some interesting news.
Today I was reading the paper and discovered a lot of articles about what is already mentioned in today’s article.
This means that Stirring Trouble Internationally is having an effect and making you the readers think.
This I think is great news and can only help everyone progress with what they are doing.
Remember when you are smiling you are learning.
Some of the details will help you to understand a collection of things.
The news is not just passive it is something you should really get involved in.
The problem is many of the interactions on social media these past few days have been very ephemeral.
With no real substance other than a star here and there. I may need to see some comments soon else I am just speaking to myself. I sure Syria is having similar difficulties perhaps you could elaborate on these things. I sure many of you do not get chance to read here and are busy over on the main site.
This week there has been an announcement of the winner. The winner commented on the main website, follow the link to see more. This message is only my opinion from social media land. Any suggestions would be warmly welcomed. Thanks for reading my comments for so long.
The Alliance Of Likud And Kadima Has Transformed Israel. And You’d Better Believe It.
Likud And Kadima, Israel Agreement
- The Political Alliance Of Likud and Kadima
Has Transformed Israel. And You’d Better Believe It
Samuel Marshall writes from Tel Aviv: The most startling development in recent Israeli politics has occurred. Prime Minister Initially…
Politics in Parliament in the observations of how global politics has effected British politics and why the merger with liberal democrats has possibly diluted the house.
▪ Venizelos insists on unity government
▪ Unity government will implement bailout
▪ Greek people, not Syriza reject unity government
PASOK leader Evangelos Venizelos and Democratic Left chief Fotis Kouvelis on Thursday said they are happy to copy Britian’s model in uniting their political parties. Alexis Tsipras siad it was a good omen ▪
Politics in America on the subject of unity government and how they are influencing the British elected.
Politics in Tehran, Palestine and Israel. The difference between Jews and orthodox Jews and the problems Israel may face in the future since the death of Netanyahu. This article revisits the frozen economy of Palestinians and predicts what the next phase of payment will be.
BENJAMIN Netanyahu on Tuesday 8th May made a deal with the new leader of the centrist opposition party Kadima, Shaul Mofaz, and has given him more room in deciding whether to pursue peacemaking with the Palestinians or if they may have to attack Iran again. (scotsman.com)
Some interesting facts about the houses of parliament and how it works.
The prestige of being a politician in Britain compared to the prestige of being a politician in Israel and Around The World.
MK Gideon Ezra, Member of Kadima Party (Israel). Photo by: Itzik Edri, Kadima Party PR Team עברית: ח”כ גדעון עזרא, תנועת קדימה. צילום: איציק אדרי, דוברות קדימה (Photo credit: Wikipedia)