Thursday , January 24 2019

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Qaboos Sultan of ‘challenges’

FORTY SIX years ago, he disembarked from an old model civilian airplane at a humble airport in Muscat — a young man with a skinny …

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God bless you Al-Jubair

USUALLY, the self-defense of a criminal is expressed in poor language and lacks evidences. That is what happened with the Iranian General Consul in Belgium …

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Yemen talks deadlocked

THE Yemeni peace talks are still swinging on the same spot as a result of the inability to build trust after more than three months …

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Syrian tragedy & media frightening

ALARMISM in both the Arab and Jewish sides is etched in the memories of those who watched the massacre in Deir Yasin, Palestine in 1948. …

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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 …

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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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