Sunday , December 16 2018

Opinion

Confirmed! Iraq a war of aggression

 “A BROKEN” and “haunted” man was the Telegraph’s description of former British prime minister Tony Blair following the release of the Iraq War report. What …

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Jeanne d’Arc of Iran

THE Al-Khomeini tapes from France, supported by the superpowers, knocked down the regime of Shah Mohammad Reza Bahlawi after 27 years of assistance to thwart …

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Who orchestrated Saudi bombings?

THE enemy is not at our door; it is right inside our homelands, plotting to spill our blood and pit Muslim against Muslim with the …

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Terror school one … Makkah yesterday, today Prophet’s Mosque

AS Iranians are crying out loud asking the regime to withdraw the Revolutionary Guard and Army from Syria — the last of which took place …

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Are we heading for recession? – ‘Learn from past experience’

The American business magnate Warren Buffett once said, “It takes 20 years to build a good reputation but just five minutes to ruin it. If …

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A blessed Eid

At the end of Ramadan I would like to wish all people of the Muslim faith a blessed Festival of the Breaking of the Fast, …

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Iran’s threats of bankruptcy

AS the pitch of the Iranians calling on the regime to withdraw its revolutionary forces and the army from Syria gathers pace through protests, the …

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Amid progress more still to do

More than 20 million people around the world are trapped in human trafficking, also called modern slavery. It is a crime that happens almost everywhere …

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Tehran, Ankara tools of Tel Aviv’s project

IF THERE is consensus in the region on terrorism being a ghoul that devours everyone, why don’t countries, which are keen on providing bloody meals …

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Biography written in blood – Crazy plot behind blasts

Is there any link between the explosions that occurred at the Ataturk International Airport and the recent Turkish moves for the restoration of the Turkish-Israeli …

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