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Sunday , January 26 2020

Opinion

Coffee of winners never gets cold – ‘Politics an art of possibilities’

What situation led to the recent capriciousness of Turkey? Is it mere coincidence or was it caused by certain inferences and details? Writing a political …

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Who stands behind betrayal of Syrians?

I AM beginning to smell something nasty being cookedup, which if I am correct, would amount to a betrayal of the Syrian people’s aspirations and …

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Other side of Ankara

THE failed military coup has opened the floodgate for multitude of questions on the internal and external policies of the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. …

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From Tora Bora to Nice via Tehran … Terrorism is one

FROM Orlando in the United States of America to Nice in France, starting from Tora Bora in Afghanistan via Tehran, passing through Karrada in Iraq …

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Follow Houthis till the very end

ACTING in line with the adage “Listen to a liar till his lies are exposed,” the Arab-legitimate Yemeni government alliance agreed to engage the Houthi-Saleh …

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Ingenuity of infidels and atrocities of the Faithful

DURING Ramadan — the month when the Holy Quran descended and the best month according to many verses of the Holy Quran and the sayings …

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V4 a brand for success

On July 1, Poland took over the one-year presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4), Central Europe’s chief organization of regional cooperation consisting of the Czech …

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Tehran terrorism system of glass

A CRIMINAL always pretends to be the victim, trying to convince the people as a way to avoid punishment. This is applicable to the policy …

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‘Let US decide poll winner’ – ‘Tomorrow round the corner’

I always love reading articles of the notable columnist Jihad Al-Khazen in the London-based Al-Hayat newspaper. Recently, I had to go to a McDonald’s restaurant and …

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Manslayers are descendants of Abbas Shah

THE present-day Iran should be a country of freedom and openness; not tyranny, torture and incitement of religious fanaticism. This is based on the experience …

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