Ahmed Al Jarallah

Iran ‘no Gaza, no Lebanon’ demos shake delusional empire

A MONTH from today, Iran will mark the 39th anniversary of the well-organized return of Khomeini to Tehran after the toppling of Shah Muhammad Reza Pahlavi. From 1979 until today, Iranians have been paying a heavy price for the revolution which was adorned to appear to bring justice and lift …

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Hunger, poverty revolution threaten thrones of turbaned Shahs

WHEN the Khomeini Revolution started in 1979, the rate of youths in the revolution was about 55 percent of the population. At the time, the strength of the revolution, which the new movement of turbaned Shah referred to as ‘cassette revolution’, depended on youths. They deposed the Shah, Muhammad Reza …

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Arabs losing ‘nos’ from Khartoum to Sochi

IS IT coincidence that the bearer of the rhetoric, “No to al-Assad in Syria’s future,” is the brother of the Syrian foreign affairs minister during the defeat in June 1967? Is it coincidence that the bearer of three ‘nos’ at the 1967 Arab League Summit in Khartoum is the one …

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MPs of blackmail and Cabinets of fear … the base of affliction

IS the boycott of 11 MPs from the recent parliamentary session in which the new Cabinet took the constitutional oath a part of democracy? In fact, isn’t it a violation of the concepts of democracy and an evidence of rejection of the prerogatives of authorities? Not a single new government …

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Houthi gambling era ends

WITH the assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh, they opened the gates to hell with their own hands. They started digging their graves with the illusion of controlling — a desire far bigger than their dreams. The fall of the Houthis was expected since the start of the coalition as their …

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Bahrain remains land of eternity, life

  TALKS about the Kingdom of Bahrain can be about its special concept and nature. When we talk about that country as a concept, we are referring to its civilization that is rooted in history, and its presence not only on the regional level but throughout the Arab world due …

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Arab no to Judaize Palestine

DESPITE 70 years of Arab–Israeli conflict, Arabs continue to fail in terms of learning from the past. Instead of grasping and employing opportunities for their case, they resort to shooting their feet. Based on that, the Palestinian authority refuses to receive Vice-President of the United States of America Mike Pence …

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Open government

FOR the first time since a quarter of century ago, Kuwait has acquired for itself a Cabinet formation which is free from partisanship. As it appears in the nature of ministerial portfolio distribution, the new Cabinet team is cohesive — something that has been missing in the country over the …

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Jerusalem … from Hitler to Trump, between them, women’s fashion and guns

HAS Jerusalem become Israel’s capital for eternity after the recognition of the United States of America’s President Donald Trump and the US decision to relocate its embassy there? The answer can be borrowed from history — what Adolf Hitler did in 1940 when his troops took over Paris. At the …

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Saleh spoke his word and left

ALI ABDULLAH SALEH spent his small part in political life on the sharp edges of flimsy alliances, taking his chances without giving any attention to risks that come with such kind of political work. Nonetheless, perhaps his fate was not to exit from the political scene before exposing the Houthis …

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