Wednesday , December 13 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Egypt will not be bitten twice by ‘Brotherhood’

WHOEVER imagines that Egypt can be reversed to willingly submit itself as a victim to those who desire to make the country an easy prey is wrong, especially after the difficulties and experiences its citizens passed through. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement, which has been hoping for possible return to governance …

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Houthi’s Abraha

WITH the Houthi’s attempt to bombard the Holy City of Makkah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with ballistic missiles, the era of searching for description of war with these people ends because their objective manifested itself without any possibility of giving a political analyst an opening to base his …

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DAESH new Middle East

FOR the past six years, “DAESH” has become a ‘magnet’ wherever it shows its face in the Arab world, and Western countries with Iran continue to interfere militarily under the pretext of ‘fighting terrorism’, while DAESH is left to expand and the countries in question continue to achieve their objectives …

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‘DAESH’ fiction … lies of major countries

SUDDENLY, the world is preoccupied with the so-called ‘DAESH’ organization which managed to occupy, in no time, a large part of Iraq and Syria. It has reached Libya, and it has expanded to Yemen and some African countries. Also, the coalition of more than 60 countries was formed suddenly to …

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Political slogans will no longer change us

JUST after one of them registered his name on the list of election nominees, we started hearing waves of campaign promises, starting from organizing traffic movement to reducing traffic fines, increasing subsidized foodstuff, continuation of grants and allowances, and perhaps, lifting subsidies. The campaign promises went to the extent of …

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State, people for ‘one vote’ system

MAKING unnecessary noise or fake promises or echoing slogans to entice voters as part of political acting at their expense just to reach the Parliament are no longer useful. This is the sad truth that opposition figures rushing to contest the elections must know very well so they could abandon …

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Fraudsters’ concealed agendas exposed … battleground is here

UNDOUBTEDLY, the coming election will be different from the previous one in terms of formation and context, because the changes that occurred in the last four years have put every issue into perspective especially with regard to populace representation. Every politician now realizes the size of his representation without any …

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A fiery speech from field King

IT IS NOT strange for King Mohammed VI to direct, in his speeches, sharp criticisms at central interests and different constituents in the administratively decentralized system in case of failure to perform their duties. This is why his speech during the opening of the parliamentary term was fiery and distinct. …

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Ingratitude is Kuwait’s glitch … rescue us O Amir

O HH the Prime Minister, question: Are the owners of palaces and beautiful villas with private gardens in Abdullah Salem, Yarmouk, Qurtobah and other areas unable to pay their electricity and water bills due to their consumption of tons of kilowatts and thousands of liters? Is an owner of a …

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Yusuf bin Alawi, Omani ‘wisdom’

The Sultanate of Oman follows a consistent regional and foreign policy that strives toward peace and averting conflicts — through which the country has earned enormous respect globally. Despite clarity of its policy, many questions have been raised about the stance Oman continues to adopt on several issues. Analysts and …

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