Friday , September 21 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Saudi Arabia, UAE single solid frontier

UNDOUBTEDLY, the Arab world needs an effective and influential power able to form a solid nucleus for facing major challenges in this sensitive stage in our history. Therefore, when we see some other countries do so, we turn to them because such countries will be the source of actual protection …

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Khamenei repeats Khomeini’s crime

THE supreme leader of Iran Ali Khamenei downplaying the reality of the dire situation in his country; from its destruction, to frustrate and accuse neighboring countries of being mercenaries, is considered a clear attempt to divert the attention of his starving nation away from the daily uprisings that send chills …

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From Eisenhower to El-Sisi … a ‘renaissance’ made by generals of discipline, national loyalty

THREE months from now, Egypt will be heading to an historic event — the presidential election. Egyptians will choose either to complete the development process and State building or return to square one — after the uprising on Jan 25, 2017. Therefore, every Egyptian needs to read the modern history …

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Iran’s oppression will never extinguish the fire of anger

IT is natural for the Mullah regime to claim that the recent riots took place on a limited scale, and it was instigated and funded by foreign forces. It is expected of this regime to cast responsibility on anyone it wishes to; sometimes at the United States of America and …

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HH Amir realistic, optimistic speech

THE role of parliamentarians is to express inclinations of the public. This is why His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah put responsibilities in front of the representatives of consultative councils and Parliaments at the 11th GCC Speakers meeting which concluded in Kuwait recently. He urged them to …

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Iran ‘no Gaza, no Lebanon’ demos shake delusional empire

A MONTH from today, Iran will mark the 39th anniversary of the well-organized return of Khomeini to Tehran after the toppling of Shah Muhammad Reza Pahlavi. From 1979 until today, Iranians have been paying a heavy price for the revolution which was adorned to appear to bring justice and lift …

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Hunger, poverty revolution threaten thrones of turbaned Shahs

WHEN the Khomeini Revolution started in 1979, the rate of youths in the revolution was about 55 percent of the population. At the time, the strength of the revolution, which the new movement of turbaned Shah referred to as ‘cassette revolution’, depended on youths. They deposed the Shah, Muhammad Reza …

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Arabs losing ‘nos’ from Khartoum to Sochi

IS IT coincidence that the bearer of the rhetoric, “No to al-Assad in Syria’s future,” is the brother of the Syrian foreign affairs minister during the defeat in June 1967? Is it coincidence that the bearer of three ‘nos’ at the 1967 Arab League Summit in Khartoum is the one …

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MPs of blackmail and Cabinets of fear … the base of affliction

IS the boycott of 11 MPs from the recent parliamentary session in which the new Cabinet took the constitutional oath a part of democracy? In fact, isn’t it a violation of the concepts of democracy and an evidence of rejection of the prerogatives of authorities? Not a single new government …

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Houthi gambling era ends

WITH the assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh, they opened the gates to hell with their own hands. They started digging their graves with the illusion of controlling — a desire far bigger than their dreams. The fall of the Houthis was expected since the start of the coalition as their …

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