Arab world needs 40m new jobs in next 20 years

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An Egyptian man set himself on fire outside the country's parliament on Monday, in an apparent protest emulating the self-immolation of an unemployed Tunisian man last month that helped trigger a popular uprising.

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Posted by: Justin

Agreed. Maybe the Arab world will have to after the youth revolutions. Funny what hunger and free time will do.

Posted by: Yadi

Qatar is planning to spend USD50bn to host one month world cup...what if Qatar gives up on hosting the world cup and constructs projects in arab world to hire all those unemployed people.... It is impossible to make that happen.

Posted by: Hasanein

Masha'llah Yadi, you made a very valid point, may Allah increase the likes of you

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