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« Introducing Guest Blogger Micah Bynum. | WILLisms.com | Education, an Autopsy »

The Middle East Is Changing

Hello everyone, I am Micah and I will be attempting to fill Will's large shoes for the weekend. This is my first time blogging so be gentle.

The Middle East really is changing if the Saudis are getting on the ball and demanding Syria leave.


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The whole thing in Lebanon has me in a state of euphoria. The other day a friend of mine, a Lebanese Christian, told me something interesting. He said that he had not looked at a Lebanese flag and felt pride since he was 6, but when he saw the protesters in the streets this weekend, he finally felt proud to be Lebanese again. Almost moved me to tears.

Posted by · 4 March 2005 12:50 PM

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Great story. The world, even the Arab world, seems about as united as it ever gets behind Lebanon and against Syrian occupation.

Posted by: Will Franklin at March 4, 2005 01:35 PM

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