Friday , October 19 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

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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Tehran terrorism system of glass

A CRIMINAL always pretends to be the victim, trying to convince the people as a way to avoid punishment. This is applicable to the policy of Iran in the region and the world. The Mullah regime did not see any alternative to depicting itself as the victim of alleged Saudi …

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Manslayers are descendants of Abbas Shah

THE present-day Iran should be a country of freedom and openness; not tyranny, torture and incitement of religious fanaticism. This is based on the experience of the 110-year-old constitution, particularly when the 1906 revolution enforced the first advanced constitution. However, it is unfortunate to note that activities of the Mullah …

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Jeanne d’Arc of Iran

THE Al-Khomeini tapes from France, supported by the superpowers, knocked down the regime of Shah Mohammad Reza Bahlawi after 27 years of assistance to thwart the credible revolution. Today, after 37 years of the Mullah regime, Jeanne d’Arc of Iran surfaced to present the real face of Iran with the …

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Terror school one … Makkah yesterday, today Prophet’s Mosque

AS Iranians are crying out loud asking the regime to withdraw the Revolutionary Guard and Army from Syria — the last of which took place in Isfahan last Friday, the peacocks feel that the best response to the public’s condemnation of its arrogance is to threaten neighbors and some segment …

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Iran’s threats of bankruptcy

AS the pitch of the Iranians calling on the regime to withdraw its revolutionary forces and the army from Syria gathers pace through protests, the last of which was witnessed in Isfahan last Friday, the peacock regime of the Mullahs saw the best way to cover internal trouble was by …

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Tehran, Ankara tools of Tel Aviv’s project

IF THERE is consensus in the region on terrorism being a ghoul that devours everyone, why don’t countries, which are keen on providing bloody meals to this savage, kill it and get rid of it? Are they doing this to protect their interests or they have become tools for dividing …

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