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Egypts announcement earlier this month that it would be signing the final agreement for an industrial zone near the Suez Canal with Russia before the end of this year, was just the latest in a series of headlines that have highlighted increased cooperation between the two states. Moscow and Cairo have strengthened diplomatic ties, bilateral economic aid and arms deals; a strategy that is mutually beneficial to both countries over the past few years.

Egypts announcement earlier this month that it would be signing the final agreement for an industrial zone near the Suez Canal with Russia before the end of this year, was just the latest in a series of headlines that have highlighted increased cooperation between the two states. Moscow and Cairo have strengthened diplomatic ties, bilateral economic aid and arms deals; a strategy that is mutually beneficial to both countries over the past few years.

A Letter to my daughter, Ola

  • 2017-10-12
  • Youssef Al-Qaradawi
  • Reading : 28

My daughter and my baby Ola Apple of my eye, my heart, and the seed I once sowed in the garden of my soul. To you, dearest daughter, I shall give my heart as present and inside it you will find all the love that it bears for you; and then out of that love will blossom all the feelings I have for you, and out of them will flourish my devout faith in you.

Marzouki: Tunisia has lost its independence

  • 2017-10-09
  • Shams Al-Din Al-Naqaz
  • Reading : 38

Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki warned against Tunisia shifting from a corrupt tyrannical state to a corrupt democracy.

Marzouki: Tunisia has lost its independence

  • 2017-10-08
  • Shams Al-Din Al-Naqaz
  • Reading : 35

Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki warned against Tunisia shifting from a corrupt tyrannical state to a corrupt democracy.

The Iraqis are fearfully waiting for the beating of war drums after the referendum was held in Kurdistan, wondering if this is the post-Daesh phase. They know too well the exchange of accusations, the imposition of sanctions and the fighting that will follow as long as they live under this.

Will Saudi Arabia become the sick man of the Middle East?

  • 2017-10-04
  • Khalil-Al-Anani
  • Reading : 57

In 1839, Sultan Abdulmejid I of the Ottoman Empire carried out legal, administrative and social reforms, later known as the Ottoman Tanzimat, in an effort to modernise the empire and keep pace with the European countries. The Sultans reforms were a continuation of those made by his father, Mahmud II, which he started when he took the throne in 1808 and were focused on the military. These continued under his successors until the end of Abdul Hamid IIs rule, the last Ottoman Sultan who was deposed in 1909.

The death of Jalal Talabani and the future of the PUK

  • 2017-10-04
  • Hawre Hasan Hama
  • Reading : 36

Former Iraqi president and the leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Jalal Talabani passed away today in Germany, aged 83. While remaining nominally the head of the PUK, Talabani withdrew from the political landscape and public life after suffering a stroke in December 2012. He was in Germany seeking health care and had reportedly slipped into a coma earlier today.

The democratic reversal in Morocco confronts the state with a true dilemma. While the kingdom is requested to abide by global human rights benchmarks, local developments thwart a genuine respect for freedom of speech, adherence to the 2011 Constitution or benefitting from the glow of foreign relations. In their attempt to meet the challenge, state representatives and advocates draw a divide between foreign and domestic policies. They neglect the fact that social media as well as local and international human rights organisations are keen on divulging the discrepancy.

In Bab El Khadra, one of the most famous historic neighbourhoods of the medina of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, there is a butchers shop that sells horse and donkey meat. Tunisian and Moroccan customers come to buy this type of meat, which is subjected to strict health control of the Ministry of Health and the municipal police in Tunisia. Different social groups do not stop going to this shop to buy the meat it sells until the end of the day.