Monday, January 1

Top 10 M.E. Conspiracy Theories of 2006 (betcha' can't guess who's behind them all...)

MEMRI's Steven Stalinsky, writing in the New York Sun, takes a look at the 10 most pervasive conspiracy theories plaguing the Middle East.

C'mon, bunky; I just double dare you to guess who's behind all the troubles afflicting the Arab world. And, no, it's not the Amish. Similar sartorial tastes, though...

A Saudi journalist, Mshari Al-Zaydi, wrote about the "disease" of the Arab press blaming others for the Arab world's misfortunes in a London-based newspaper, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, on November 20. "This huge obsession among some Arabs and Muslims regarding conspiracy theories and the belief that the world is lurking in wait to pounce on us, as if the world has no worries other than cooking up plans, policies, and moves in order to realize one objective only: to eliminate Islam, Muslims, and Arabs," Mr. Al-Zaydi wrote.

G'wan and read the list before Letterman does.

Web Site of the Arab European League (February 2, 2006)

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