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Jordan: Arab-Arab Relations

“Iraqi versus Iraqi. Palestinian versus Palestinian. Lebanese versus Palestinian militants. To say nothing of…
“Arab unity seems to be a pipe dream more and more these days. On the political level it’s been dead and buried for quite some time but perhaps the social level is what I find more disturbing. The language and tone of the everyday person has seemed to change when referring to a fellow Arab. People are looking for the small cracks of differences between us to drive a wedge into,” rants Jordanian blogger Naseem Al Tarawneh.

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