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Wednesday , November 21 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

‘Remove’ Lebanon from Sheikh Hassan’s burrows

LET us compare in figures what the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia gave to Lebanon in the last quarter of the century — from 1991 until last year — with what Iran has given to this country whose Arab identity is being peeled off by a hired gang. According to Russian …

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Isolate ‘Hezbollah’ to rescue Lebanon

THE astonishing fact is the attitude of some Lebanese politicians towards Hezbollah — the group that is responsible for the murder of Lebanese leaders and the next of kin of the politicians. These politicians are proud to hold meetings with the men whose hands are stained with the blood of …

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The one and only negative phenomenon in our society

TWO young women were walking along the parking lot of the ‘Al-Nakhil Mall’ in Riyadh looking for some form of transport to take them home. A ‘patrol’ affiliated to the Public Authority for the Enforcement of Virtue and Prevention of Vice arrived at the scene and ordered the women to …

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Statements won’t save Lebanon

THE Prime Minister of Lebanon was furious when he read the statement to ascertain the affiliation of Lebanon to the Arabian circle, as well as his refusal to offend the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its sister nations. Nonetheless, is fury in expression enough, whereas the contents of the statement …

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Set compass right, bring Lebanon back to Arab shore

THE principles are crystal clear for the government of Lebanon to return to the Arab fold. The Lebanese don’t have to sift through the minutes of the meeting that are held at the behest of the Iranians with the barrel of the gun pointed at the heads of its ministers. The …

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What a scabby camel has done to Lebanon

WHAT do the GCC countries want from Lebanon? To answer this question, we say: “The GCC organization has realized the truth about this small Arab country; thereby, using this truth as basis for dealing with the latter. The organization used to see Lebanon as an open and civilized country whose …

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Corrupt, corruption and solution

  WITH the drop in oil prices, there have been constant talks about cutting down expenditure but surprisingly we have yet to see the light of day in this domain and the reason being our executive authorities — the government and the Parliament — are very clever at identifying problems …

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Whom should we believe in Tehran?

THE statement made by Iran’s Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Munich on “better future between Iran and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” did not even reach the information media when he contradicted himself in Brussels by attacking the Kingdom through its concerns in Syria. In fact, the minister …

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UAE sword … and faith in integration

THE birth of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was not the result of a political dispute or gambling over a project meant for domination. It was a vision based on the conviction that there is no place for those who will isolate themselves from the rest of the world later. …

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Muhammad bin Rashid, go slowly so we can catch up

YOUR HIGHNESS Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid, excuse us if we make you bear the responsibility of burdening our governments and leaders with attempts to catch up with initiatives and tremendous ideas, through which you wrote the history of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by describing it as the development pioneer …

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