Friday , December 15 2017


Much ado about nothing – ‘Adieu Faisal’

Several newspapers reported last Saturday about the decision by the Ministry of Interior to install jamming devices inside the Central Prison and a number of candidates who are contesting the National Assembly elections, particularly those affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood group and the Salafists have voiced their protest, particularly installing …

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Egypt will not be bitten twice by ‘Brotherhood’

WHOEVER imagines that Egypt can be reversed to willingly submit itself as a victim to those who desire to make the country an easy prey is wrong, especially after the difficulties and experiences its citizens passed through. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement, which has been hoping for possible return to governance …

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‘Boycotters entry shocking’ – ‘False promises lead nowhere’

Paul Joseph Goebbels was Adolf Hitler’s (Adolf Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party, Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945) Minister of Propaganda. He was one of the most prominent members of his Cabinet …

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Houthi’s Abraha

WITH the Houthi’s attempt to bombard the Holy City of Makkah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with ballistic missiles, the era of searching for description of war with these people ends because their objective manifested itself without any possibility of giving a political analyst an opening to base his …

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DAESH new Middle East

FOR the past six years, “DAESH” has become a ‘magnet’ wherever it shows its face in the Arab world, and Western countries with Iran continue to interfere militarily under the pretext of ‘fighting terrorism’, while DAESH is left to expand and the countries in question continue to achieve their objectives …

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Shun sectarianism – ‘Govts share responsibility’

At the height of apartheid between the white minority and black majority in the Republic of South Africa, the Rev Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, said of the continued conflict that it was unfortunate that so many people became victims, because at the end of the …

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‘DAESH’ fiction … lies of major countries

SUDDENLY, the world is preoccupied with the so-called ‘DAESH’ organization which managed to occupy, in no time, a large part of Iraq and Syria. It has reached Libya, and it has expanded to Yemen and some African countries. Also, the coalition of more than 60 countries was formed suddenly to …

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‘Time now to reform tax law’ – ‘Deserving should get Zakat’

Ten years ago the National Assembly passed the ‘Zakat Tax’ Law or the ‘Baqer Law’, which obliged all joint-stock companies, listed and unlisted to pay tax 1 percent of the net profits to the State. The law allowed the companies to direct this Zakat tax, or part of it to …

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