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Thursday , November 15 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Gt Britain … and the Brotherhood game

THE fact that Britain was convinced after 80 years that the Brotherhood Movement is the source of extremism, yet it granting passage to the group, can be interpreted only through two points: The first point is that Britain does not realize the nature of the political power it has contributed …

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‘Jaber Stadium’ … the will of change

THE civilized spirit of Kuwait, which refuses seclusion, manifested itself the day before yesterday — expressing the culture of commitment based on its social conviction and reassurance that some social pressure forces and political factions attempted to bury under tons of retarded and dubious slogans. These pressure forces strived to …

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Egypt, GCC share a common destiny

THE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reasserted that the GCC countries and Egypt share the same destiny. The relationship with Cairo is on a firm footing and not subjected to political fluctuations. This fact is easily understood by the royal instructions issued by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques …

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Decisive Islamic military alliance

THE Islamic military alliance to fight against terrorism is a new decisive storm announced by Deputy Crown Prince and Saudi Minister of Defense Prince Mohammad bin Salman. If the first decisive storm chopped off Iran’s hands which toyed with Yemen’s security; this alliance, consisting of 35 Islamic countries, is in …

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Khalaf Al Habtoor … a national example

KHALAF AL HABTOOR does not only confront the enemies of his homeland, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the Arab and Islamic nations through his articles published in newspapers but he also puts his money and interests into national fights. This is what we witnessed recently in his stances towards American …

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Syria crisis of existence

DID the regime and opposition in Syria need a large number of deaths, injuries and displacement of the people, along with massive destruction and military interference, in order to be convinced to return to the declaration of Geneva I Conference on Syria three years after its issuance? Isn’t the final …

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The ‘summit’ of integration

FOR the first time in the history of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summits, we feel the summit’s concluding statement has not only nursed the wound of every council member but implicitly has expressed the ambitions of the people in the sphere of economic spectrum and incorporation of interests. This …

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Syria, Arabs and ‘lessons’

IT SEEMS the Arabs will never learn lessons from the past, so the same mistakes are repeated in terms of dealing with their problems. This is what anybody who watched the Syrian opposition conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia must have concluded — similar to another opposition conference held in Al-Haskah …

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Persian, Zionist and Ottoman triangle of evil

WE have been concerned about three issues throughout the past years — the forces of Iranian Revolutionary Guard that have been flowing continuously into Syria and Iraq, the escalating Israeli tyranny over Palestinians and occasional Israeli airstrikes against Syria, and the entry of Turkish forces to Iraq. The proverb, “We …

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Misgivings on eliminating IS

CURRENTLY, there are two international coalitions fighting against the ISIL and both of them have yet to succeed in eliminating the group.  In fact, the group continues to expand despite the intense bombardment.  This is what happened to every group like ISIL. — because every battle against these groups in …

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