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Why the UAE needs to scupper a Saudi deal with Qatar

By David Hearst Two years ago, bloodcurdling threats were made by Saudi and Emirati state-controlled goons about what they would do to Qatar if it did not roll over like Bahrain and become a satellite of their bigger, stronger and wiser neighbours. They were going to dig a canal along …

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Can anything be done to prevent the next massacre of Palestinians?

  By Orly Noy Once quiet was restored to Israel’s cities after the deadly, targeted attack in Gaza earlier this month and the missiles launched in response, Israel’s citizens quickly reverted to a normal routine. Politicians and the media resumed their nauseatingly familiar normalcy: wallowing in the eternal political swamp, …

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I Fear For Gaza’s Children

By Majed Abusalama In the last few days, as Israel intensified its military operation on Gaza, all I could think of was my one-year-old niece Ela’a, who is living with other members of my family in a refugee camp there. Although she is just a toddler, she has already learned …

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How Iran’s protests are different from Iraq, Lebanon

By: Hamidreza Gholamzadeh This has two main reasons; first, those trying to imply that similar problems bear similar outcomes and that Iran is doomed to witness an upcoming regime change sooner or later. Second, many think tanks and analysts in the west are still seized by the very spirit of …

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Riyadh deal: A Yemeni version of Balfour Declaration

By: Mohammad Ghaderi Actually, it is an agreement between UAE and Saudi mercenary forces. It is so favorable for Riyadh that Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman hailed the deal as a new chapter in Yemen’s history and a step toward ending the war in the country. Interestingly, Saudi …

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Riding wave of people’s protest in Iran: Devil disguised as savior

By: Mohammad Ghaderi Following interventionist statements by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about protests in Iran that were turned violent in some cases by some individuals, the US Department of State also took a similar stance. In this regard, State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus, in an interventionist statement, claimed, …

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Mental Illness Is Treatable

By Syeda Zahra Sajjad What is mental illness? An indefinite disorder that can’t be treated? Absolutely not! It is merely a momentary state that causes chaos in an individual’s way of behaving and thinking. The very next question that eventuate in our head is how to notice that an individual …

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Consequences of Trump coup in Bolivia

By: Hanif Ghaffari The presence of White House opponents in the governments of Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua has led White House officials to officially name them the “Triangle of Evil” and to refrain from any direct confrontation with these governments and their people. Trump’s continued effort to overthrow Maduro’s government …

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