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Sunday , November 18 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

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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Fantasies of an ousted president

BEFORE Yemen’s ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh attempted to cover the human losses caused by his militias by declaring the number deaths as 6,000 and before claiming he could continue fighting for tens of years, he should first look at the reality about Yemen which is at the bottom of …

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Never shall we be fooled twice

JUST after the Parliament endorsed the proposed amendment of the Election Law to ban anyone who insults or abuses the Divine Entity, the Prophets (Peace be Upon Them) and the entity of HH the Amir from contesting the elections; we started hearing voices calling on HH the Amir to intervene …

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Jordan first line of defense

SINCE the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan joined the international coalition force to fight against DAESH and restrain the latter’s activities in Syria and Iran, various terrorist organizations have been striving to open the Jordanian front to reduce pressure on such groups. For the past two years, these groups have been …

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Croaks of Suleimani don’t intimidate falcons of justice

ONCE again, Iran’s officials are interfering with the internal affairs of GCC countries in a bid to stir sectarian sedition, the most recent of which is the interference of an official in the Revolutionary Guard — Qassim Suleimani — who threatened the Kingdom of Bahrain. This came after Bahrain’s Interior …

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Turkey aggression on Egyptian justice

IN ANY country, judicial rulings are considered internal affairs in which no other nation is allowed to interfere. If the officials in Turkey’s Foreign Affairs Ministry are oblivious to this international relations principle, they should peruse the judicial history of Egypt for them to realize that its judicial system has …

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