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by: Rafik Habib 2009-7-9
However, the Western policy’s views towards the Islamic movement changes according to the view of policy makers who seek the most appropriate means to achieve the aims of the Western foreign policy. It is evident that the Islamic movement is not desired by the West which views it as a threat which must be kept under control in order to not affect targets of the western foreign policy. ..

by: Rafik Habib 2008-8-19
I believe every organization or institution has an equation for maintaining its internal balance. Internal balance refers to the organization’s ability to maintain its function, methods, and goals; its ability to develop its discourse, methods, and plans; its ability to adapt to different situations and circumstances surrounding it; its ability to persist, survive, and be effective; and its ability to deal with the status quo using different methods suitable for different times. In a ..