Sunday , November 19 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

It is Erdogan-Brotherhood coup

IT IS no longer hidden to anybody that Recep Tayyip Erdogan has turned what appears to be a botched coup d’état, which to him was successful, into a rack upon which he hangs the premeditated drastic cleanup campaign to enable him to control the government. This will serve as a …

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Washington’s much ado about nothing

THE White House was quick to indict, denounce and declare readiness to cooperate in fighting terrorism even before determining the truth behind the attack on innocent civilians in Munich, Germany. The reaction was paraphrased in a language that was close to pointing accusatory fingers at the same people who attacked …

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Qaboos Sultan of ‘challenges’

FORTY SIX years ago, he disembarked from an old model civilian airplane at a humble airport in Muscat — a young man with a skinny body and thick beard. His sharp perspective reflected foresight and big hopes for the advancement of a country overburdened with limitations, as if it was …

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God bless you Al-Jubair

USUALLY, the self-defense of a criminal is expressed in poor language and lacks evidences. That is what happened with the Iranian General Consul in Belgium when he tried to provoke the Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubair while the latter was giving a lecture at Egmont Research Center in …

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Yemen talks deadlocked

THE Yemeni peace talks are still swinging on the same spot as a result of the inability to build trust after more than three months of negotiations. It seems the coup plotters wanted this scenario to improve their positions through thousands of ceasefire breaches. This is what the deposed leader …

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Syrian tragedy & media frightening

ALARMISM in both the Arab and Jewish sides is etched in the memories of those who watched the massacre in Deir Yasin, Palestine in 1948. The Arabs then wanted to smear the image of Jewish gangsters in front of the British and the West in general. The Jews also tried …

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Erdogan II, what next?

FOR the first time in modern Turkey, citizens foiled a coup attempt — a deviation from the usual situation since 1960 whereby the military would overthrow civilian governments within a few hours. The most notable of such incidents was the ‘Coup by Memorandum’ in 1971. At the time, the Armed …

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Other side of Ankara

THE failed military coup has opened the floodgate for multitude of questions on the internal and external policies of the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Contrary to what Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said that the page has been closed; its effects, even after the prevalence of normalcy, are not over …

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From Tora Bora to Nice via Tehran … Terrorism is one

FROM Orlando in the United States of America to Nice in France, starting from Tora Bora in Afghanistan via Tehran, passing through Karrada in Iraq and reaching the crimes against humanity of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces in different areas of Iraq and the Hezbollah in Syria, the cloak of …

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Follow Houthis till the very end

ACTING in line with the adage “Listen to a liar till his lies are exposed,” the Arab-legitimate Yemeni government alliance agreed to engage the Houthi-Saleh team in peace talks in Kuwait. This happened despite doubts on whether or not the coup plotters will be favorably disposed to find a lasting …

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