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Khashoggi’s killing and the rise of a mafia state

Good nicknames have the amazing ability to capture the essence of a person’s life better than any well-written biography. When we hear “the greatest,the people’s champion” or the Louisville lip” we automatically think of Mohammed Ali. When someone says “the king of rock and roll” the image of Elvis Presley …

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Al-Aqsa is on the verge of destruction

By:Saleh Awad Is there enough emotion and sense of protectiveness remaining in the heart of the nation to cause it to stage an uprising for sake of Al-Aqsa Mosque? I am almost certain that the emotions in the hearts of the nation have been affected by the things which anything …

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Al Qaeda: The Data Base

(By Pierre-Henri Bunel) This article originally published by Global Research in 2005 sheds light on the nature of Al Qaeda, an intelligence construct used by Washington to destabilize and destroy sovereign countries, while sustaining the illusion of an outside enemy, which threatens the security of the Western World.Both the Obama …

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Saudis to Admit Jamal Khashoggi Killed During Interrogation?

(By Stephen Lendman) According to CNN, Reuters, AP News, the NYT, and other media, the Saudis will admit responsibility for Khashoggi’s death.Citing unnamed sources, media reports claim Riyadh will say he died during a botched interrogation and plan to abduct him, what happened conducted without kingdom permission, parties involved to …

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Smog again: Is the government really committed to the environment?

Air quality in Pakistani cities is known to be some of the worst in the world. Dirty fuels, poor quality petrol and diesel, construction dust, industrial emissions and secondary aerosols are at levels – where there are air quality monitors to measure them well over prescribed Environmental Quality Standards for …

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Saudi Arabia’s oil weapon doesn’t work

Saudi Arabia is unlikely to employ its so-called “oil weapon” in the diplomatic crisis over the disappearance of a journalist after visiting the country’s consulate in Istanbul.Experience from the last time Saudi Arabia tried to use oil sales as a diplomatic instrument in 1973/74 shows such action does not work …

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Khashoggi Mystery: Rogue Killers or Rogue Royals?

(By Andrew Korybko) Trump’s claim that “rogue killers” might have been responsible for Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s possible murder is likely only half of the story in the sense that this operation probably wasn’t ordered by Riyadh but might have been undertaken at the behest of rogue royals who …

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Will Khashoggi Case Spark Turkish-Saudi Crisis?

Turkey and Saudi Arabia are both influential powers in the region. The rise of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey nearly two decades ago weakened Ankara-Riyadh cooperation and now their ties are moving to critical levels.At times, the two regional actors tried to calm the tensions by an emphasis …

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