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Gaza Strip has presented a model of struggle, through which the policy of killing , siege and bargaining on it, by making concessions, has failed.

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The 66 anniversary of Nakba


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The sacking of Sudanís Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour, does not appear to be a surprise for many within the Sudanese diplomatic corps, unlike the rest of the country, for whom it is a major shock.

Iraq and the fight against corruption

  • 2018-04-21
  • Yahya Al-Kubaisi
  • Reading : 22

The process of extraditing an individual convicted of corruption who has been on the run since 2004, has suddenly become a focus of electoral debate in Iraq.

The fall of Haftar and the rise of Libya

  • 2018-04-19
  • Kada Benamar
  • Reading : 27

The mysterious way in which the powerful Libyan General Khalifa Haftar disappeared makes us believe that removing him from the scene, either by means of sudden illness, or dismissing him and cutting off his funding and support, specifically by Egypt and the UAE, would help greatly to finding immediate solutions to the Libyan crisis.

The plastic summit

  • 2018-04-17
  • Dr Amira Abo el-Fetouh
  • Reading : 21

Speaking at the Arab Summit, in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Egyptian dictator Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, mistakenly called ballistic missiles, plastic missiles. It would have been more accurate to call the summit itself Ďplasticí due its emptiness and worthlessness.

There are too many lost childhoods in Yemen

  • 2018-04-17
  • Huwaida Al-Yousefi
  • Reading : 27

They spill out into the streets early in the morning; they have small bodies, pale faces and bold features. You might think that they are on their way to school, but a closer look reveals that they are not carrying any school bags or books.

As Mohammed Bin Salmanís global tour continues in a bid to stabilize Riyadhís economy, his foreign policy needs revising to ensure political and security risks arenít deepening.

One hundred years after the disastrous Balfour Declaration, in which the British government lent its support to the campaign for a ďnational home for the Jewish peopleĒ in Palestine, the adolescent aspirant to the Saudi throne, Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, has affirmed this ďrightĒ.

Remembering the first battle of Fallujah

  • 2018-04-10
  • Nazli Tarzi
  • Reading : 36

It was on 31 March 2004 that Americaís occupation of Iraq turned a year old. The date also marked the beginning of the grisliest chapter of Americaís unwelcome stay in Fallujah.

Bin Salman is heading to the Saudi throne along an Israeli path

  • 2018-04-09
  • Motasem A Dalloul
  • Reading : 43

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has created widespread speculation about the potentially controversial nature of his future Kingdom as and when he succeeds his father.

Can oil turn Lebanonís lights on?

  • 2018-04-08
  • Reading : 31

BEIRUT: Lebanonís Energy Minister Cesar Abi Khalil could not contain his excitement when the country began its first petroleum licensing round last fall. ďCongratulations to the Lebanese people on Lebanon entering the club of oil countries,Ē he said on social media.