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Marah Bukai's Remarks on R2P Legal Memo Launching Print E-mail
Tuesday, 18 September 2012 17:48

Al Waref Institute Conference of the Month


Marah Bukai’s remarks at the Roads to Free a Syria conference that took place on the 7th of August, 2012. The conference was co-sponsered by Hudson Institute.

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Roads to a Free Syria Print E-mail

 

 

Hudson Institute and Al Waref Institute cordially invite you to

Roads to a Free Syria

What are the International Community’s Responsibilities and Options?

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
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Naser Khader: The Tattoo of Freedom Print E-mail

Figure of the Month

The Al-Waref Institute recognizes Naser Khader as the Figure of the Month for September 2012. This distingueshed writer, politician and TV show host is a prominent international thinker and a great fighter of democracy and freedom for the Arab people.

 

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HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION IN SYRIA UNDER THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT Print E-mail

Al Waref Institute for Humanitarian Studies in Washington D.C.is releasing the memorandum evaluatesthe case for humanitarian intervention in Syria under the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine and applicable international law. 

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Assadism without Assad Print

By Marah Bukai
Translated By Farha Barazi
 

Welcome to the Kingdom of Silence: Syria, the only country in the world ruled by a man from his grave: Hafez Al Assad!

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The Countdown! Print E-mail
Friday, 20 May 2011 01:38
 

By Marah Bukaiِ & Jared MacDonald 

For every action, there is an equal but opposite reäction.  It’s a widely acknowledged principal, but one which Bashar al-Assad seems not to grasp wholly.  After more than two months of popular protests against his régime, excessive violence and brutality continue to be the order of the day with Mr. Assad.

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Al Waref Institute for Humanitarian Studies & the American-Libyan Council (ALC) Unite in Partnership Print E-mail

 

Press Release

The Al Waref Institute for Humanitarian Studies and the American-Libyan Council (ALC), headquartered in Washington D.C., have entered into partnership and cooperation under the leadership of Al Waref founder Marah Bukai and  the American-Libyan Council president Fadel Lamen.

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Letter to Secretary of State Mrs. Hilary Clinton Print E-mail

 Please sign the letter sent by Al Waref and Tharwa Organizations to Secretary of State Mrs. Hilary Clintonr to  urge her to raise the case of  the political prisoner Tal Al-Mallouhi  with Mr. Moallem, the Syrian Foreign Minister, at their upcoming meeting.

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Al Waref Poll

Is the International Community Obligated to Stop the Bloodshed in Syria?
 

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