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Wednesday , November 14 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

May cauterization be the last remedy O His Highness

IT IS the right of Minister of Finance, who is responsible for the state’s finances, to express his fears concerning how far matters will reach if the situation remains the same in terms of political and economic negligence. Such a negligence caused by wrong parliamentary methods are based on showing …

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Israeli ‘Brotherhood’ and Egypt the victim

THERE is an international agreement for fighting terrorism and drying up its financial sources. Even Israel, which is practicing a system of various standards, has declared its commitment to this agreement. Nonetheless, it is known through leaked documents by various non-Arab bodies about an indirect cooperation between the Muslim Brotherhood …

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Al-Barrak’s speech … No consolation for sparrows and their dreams

THE zeal in Musallam Al-Barrak’s tone cannot overshadow the rationality in the way his speech was phrased and the calmness in the way he dealt with major national issues. If this means anything, it means that this man has realized the concept of “if you want your demand to be …

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Why should government continue to kowtow to aggravators?

CONSTITUTIONS are social contracts for collective administration while laws are their tools. Whenever the State fails to play its role in implementing the Constitution or sealing accords, it opens doors of evil to itself and citizens. This is why democracy, throughout history, is controlled such that it is not easy …

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Affirmative orders from King Salman

THERE is no doubt that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its capacity as the engine of the Gulf region will continue to be the regional and global center of attention because of its huge role in the global economy. Due to this, opinions are plenty concerning any development that …

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Woe to the nation that bluffs its enemies

THERE are many lessons in history from which we have failed to learn. Among those lessons is what had happened in the sixth century to the Ummayad Empire, which is considered to be the greatest Islamic empire in history. Despite its greatness, it did not stay in power for long. …

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Plucking of Iran’s peacock feathers

IT is clear that the current American-Russian confrontation over North Korea, Ukraine and Syria in reality represents the reemergence of the map of interests based on the balance of power of the Cold War prior to the fall of the Soviet Union. This comes after Russia, under Putin, realized that …

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True press vs Iran Goebbelsian press

THE facts presented to the Arab and Islamic public by the adviser to Saudi Arabia’s Defense Minister and the official spokesperson of the Saudi-led coalition forces Major General Ahmad Assiri consisted of fulfilling answers to the questions posed by people several months ago. These questions mainly focused on the timeline …

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MPs disguise with chastity

PRETENDING to be chaste does not imply protection of honor. Pretending to be pious does not make a person a believer. The victim’s blood on the hands of a criminal can never be cleaned off completely despite maintaining his innocence. This applies to some MPs who have been practicing the …

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We share your pain

EGYPTIAN Copts, native Egyptians, we share your pain. Your pain is our pain; your blood and our blood are sacred to every Muslim who believes in One Creator and is innocent of all the reckless evil crimes committed under religious pretext by people who have been brainwashed to think their …

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