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Topic - Cairo Arafat
"There's a better diagnosis of the problem, but there's no clear solution," she said. "We've tried this, and we've tried that, and it's not working. When you get in a position of not knowing what to do, it creates a situation of helplessness."
"We've never [before] been a society where we've had any type of significant internal struggles," Miss Arafat said. "Internal violence with the continuing levels of poverty and unemployment was a significant marker for many people that the situation was deteriorating further."