September 26, 2021
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Monthly Archives: June 2021

Tunisia questions armed forces participation in naval exercise with Israel – Middle East Monitor

by on June 24, 2021 0
Republican Party Secretary General Issam Chebbi asked Tunisian President Kais Saied to clarify details regarding the country’s armed forces participating in a joint exercise in the Black Sea with the Israeli occupation army. Chebbi addressed the Tunisian president in a Facebook post saying: “Mr. President, involving the Tunisian national army in naval maneuvers alongside... Read More

A visit by the Prime Minister, a court ruling and the possibility of another Gaddafi for Libya – Middle East Monitor

by on June 24, 2021 0
Last month Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh visited Bani Walid, southwest of Tripoli. He visited the mountainous city, visited some government institutions and met with local officials and civil society leaders. The visit was the first of its kind by a Prime Minister and marked a new government approach to Bani Walid, long considered the center... Read More

Hoofed seductress, anti-colonial assassin. Musician SamiR LanGus summons a childhood legend

by on June 8, 2021 0
SamiR Langus (Arabic: لانگوس, Tamazight: ⵙⴰⵎⵉⵔ ⵍⴰⵏⴳⵓⵙ) plays Gnawa, a genre of North African trance music bearing the same name as the ethnic group that introduced complex 6/8 rhythms to Morocco. LanGus grew up surrounded by music, following the steps of street musicians, getting lost in the neighborhood. Originally from Agadir, Morocco, he now... Read More