Wednesday , September 19 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Tehran in Doha immaterial

WHEN 12 major oil producers in the world meet in Doha next week to improve the current imbalance between the supply of, and demand for, oil at the level of last January, Tehran’s presence or absence will have no bearing on the meeting. Therefore, Iran’s Minister of Oil Bijan Namdar …

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Salman-Sisi … headline of the new era

IT IS a fact in everyone’s conscience that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt are two wings of the Arab world. If one of the wings fails, the entire Arab world will be incapacitated. The integrative stages between Egypt and Riyadh are based on this fact. In the last …

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Stop your nonsense

WHEN they were part of the National Assembly they pretended to be the supporters of freedoms, development, reforms and protectors of the rights of the people. But once they lost their green seats following the nullification of the Parliament, they looked upon it as an unworthy authority. They even accused …

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Peace … finger on the trigger

ALL Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states are completely convinced that the Saudi-led Arab coalition can continue its mission in Yemen for another ten years. The fact is that the Operation Resolve Storm is not a campaign for war but is intended to protect Yemen from the acts of the …

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King Salman visit to Egypt historic, futuristic

THE Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz visits Egypt on Thursday. This visit is seen as historic not only because of the close ties between the two brotherly nations, or because it is the first by King Salman or because it will strengthen relations between two heavyweight …

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Group of blood, betrayal

FOR the past seven decades, Arab revolutionary groups have been raising slogans on fighting against imperialism, Zionism, capitalism and bigotry, as well as anti-American and Israel sentiments. Whenever one of such groups takes power, every Arab is stunned to discover that the leaders carried out a coup through the plans …

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He is Abdullah bin Al-Hussein

WHEN the flames of the Arab Spring crematory lit the horizon, when the military alliances changed hands, we read in disbelief misleading news reports. The purpose was to negatively influence the relations between stable Arab nations, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan was no exception. At stake was the image of …

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Great Egypt

EACH DAY, the world witnesses hundreds of incidents as a result of actions carried out by mentally challenged people. The consequence of such acts ends instantly once the perpetrator is arrested, similar to what happened in Washington – the capital of the United States of America – a few weeks …

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Glory of Lebanon given up to a religious leader

  GENERAL MICHEL AOUN has been convinced that he is the victim of the empty promise game whose balloons are blown every now and then by his major ally — Hassan Nasrallah, in terms of crowning his political journey by becoming the president of Lebanon and leader of the Oriental …

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Agree not to ‘lose’ Syria

AS the Syrian crisis drags the country into the sixth year of uncertainty the unfortunate citizens of this country have no other option but to opt for a political solution because the country has seen enough of murders, massacres, displacement and destruction of towns, cities and even villages. To add …

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