Sunday , November 19 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

The African … Muhammad VI

THE speech delivered by the King of Morocco Muhammad VI at the African Union (AU) Summit is considered as a historic document. In fact, it is the future roadmap of the African continent, as it contained facts which reminded the 56 member countries to arise from the errors of the …

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‘Final chance’ for GCC, Iran

KUWAIT, representing the member states of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), has given Iran a real test of intentions through discussions, the outcome of which we wish will be good neighborly relations between the two banks of the Arabian Gulf. We hope it will not be a case of buying time, …

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Still life in ‘Astana’

FOR the past 30 years since the issuance of the UN Resolution No. 194, which ruled on the division of Palestine into two countries – Jewish and Arab, Arabs have been rejecting every peace initiative with Israel. Due to this, Arabs, instead of liberating the land which was occupied by …

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Sovereignty is culture not slogans

IT IS a deep-rooted perception in most Arab nations where revolutions and coups have occurred that the chief enjoys all sorts of luxury, living in palaces taken from legitimate owners. The chief asks people to be patient day and night in facing the crisis. They must stand together in confronting …

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‘Brotherhood’ and Mulla’s patron exits the White House

On Friday, Jan 20, President of the United States of America Barack Obama will exit the White House, leaving behind his country’s miserable legacy in the Middle East. Despite his policies throughout his eight-year term in the office and even though the stakes on the new US administration are not …

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Syria antidote in Astana

THERE is a glimpse of hope in the possibility of Syria exiting from the whirlpool of killings, destruction and displacement, due to the talks that are currently ongoing in the Kazakh capital, Astana. If these talks are managed in a proper manner, and if every concerned party tones down the …

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DAESH … the unknown exposes the known

ABOUT two years have passed since the launch of the military campaign against DAESH but this terrorist group continues to be a daily source of apprehension for majority of countries in the world, and preoccupation for its security and media agencies. This means that the method used to fight this …

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Time is up for MPs who make ‘empty promises’

SOME MPs imagine that by the time they reach the green chairs, they are above the law and they have the right to dictate their desires to the government and citizens. They want to turn the National Assembly Hall into a boxing ring where they take revenge on their enemies. …

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O Syrians, save your blood and negotiate

FOLLOWING six years of civil war in Syria, the defeat has become clearer to all especially to the regime in Syria and the revolution. As long as Syrians are the ones paying the miserable price and the Syrian land and borders are being violated by regional and international forces that …

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