Saturday , November 18 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

US playing with flames of terror

ARE the US foreign policies, issued at the beginning of the last century, suitable for the current times, considering the terrorist organizations have become the enemy who does not regard geographical boundaries and sees the entire world as its playground? This question lingers in the minds of those who have …

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Not a boycott … but a cover for terrorism

The nine parliamentarians of the same social fiber that boycotted the parliamentary session in protest against a judicial verdict clearly do not recognize the fundamental constitutional principle upon which our country stands, which is Separation of Authorities. Apparently, they are insinuating the judiciary is not independent, and they had to …

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Trojan horse ‘suspended’

  THE regional, Arab, Islamic and international support given to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s position regarding the attacks on its embassy in Tehran and consulate in Mashhad shows the level of the downfall and fragility of Iran’s politics. This came after majority of the countries realized Iran’s actual intentions, …

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ARAMCO, the sovereign giant

EXCLUDING Saudi oil giant, ARAMCO, from the bourse may be difficult considering the value of the company in the market. The company possesses confirmed oil reserves of 266.6 billion barrels while over a trillion barrels of oil in its reserve is still unexplored. We are talking about a giant whose …

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Single GCC grip on the sword

MEMBERS of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have shut all the doors, windows and even cracks of ambiguous interpretations on its unified position towards the threat made by Iran against the GCC’s existence, role, ruling system and laws. Therefore, there is no more loophole that enables the eye of the …

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Apology worse than the crime

THE Iranian apology to the United Nations Security Council over the attacks on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad is, to say the least, worse than the crime itself. This is because the apology insinuates how the regime of peacocks in Tehran belittles …

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Will the Mullahs learn a lesson?

  THE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia took the most basic step when it decided to sever diplomatic ties with Iran. However, such step should have been taken since the Mullah regime launched provocative campaigns years ago. The Kingdom was fed up after the closure of all doors of dialogue among …

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Isolate the ‘regime’ of Iranian peacocks

  WHILE the supreme leadership in Iran takes up the position of instigating violence and terrorism, the storming of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in Tehran by members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and ‘Basij’ group is considered an official declaration of war against the Kingdom. Under such circumstances, every …

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Execution of saboteurs, a lesson for terrorists

  THE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has firmly put in place a principle that anyone who wants stability for his country and peace for its people will never deviate from this belief by executing those who incited terrorist acts and those who carried out operations which horrified Muslims and peace-loving …

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Saudi budget, secure & realistic

BESIDES its international weight, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the economic locomotive for GCC countries; so all nations have been closely monitoring news on its budget for the coming year, even before the announcement of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz in this regard. …

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