Friday , February 22 2019

Opinion

How much longer this dilemma?

EUROPEAN countries faced a series of crises after the Second World War as a result of six years of destruction, killings and squandering of wealth. …

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Mohammed bin Salman on a mission to re-explore America

THE title of this article gives a glimpse of the purpose of the visit of the Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense of the …

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Who gains from Orlando?

AMERICA is once again mourning its sons and daughters, whose lives were senselessly and brutally ended by a mass shooter armed with a semi-automatic weapon …

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MPs and the complexity of the nullified ones

ANNOUNCEMENT of the 2013 Parliamentary election results prompted the voters then to pin their hopes on the new legislators, especially because they were elected according …

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Muted celebration here of Muhammad Ali’s life

I WAS greatly saddened by the news of Muhammad Ali’s passing. I am not particularly a fan of boxing and I was never privileged to …

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‘Righteousness, decency can be acquired by any person’ – ‘God created man as one’

The Holy Quran explains that humankind are equals: “O men, We created you from a male and female, and formed you into nations and tribes …

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‘Qutuz’ of this era and strong Egypt

THROUGHOUT history, good news used to come from Egypt — the strategic core of the Arab world. If yesterday’s Tartars violated Baghdad and Levant, and …

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Distance Egypt and Arabs from the slave market

THE Arab world has no option but to manage its own affairs and unite in facing whatever is being planned against it behind the curtains …

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‘Need to fix tool of justice’ – Who’s poisoning world body?

THE world was shocked at the news that the Arab coalition, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is included on the United Nation’s blacklist …

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Tough response needed to counter UN slander

I HAVE lost all respect for the United Nations. It has evolved into a largely impotent entity dominated by a handful of veto-holding nuclear powers, …

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