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Saudi Arabia’s struggle to stay afloat amid growing challenges

Saudi Arabia’s struggle to stay afloat amid growing challenges

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Aug 02, 2020

It was in late March that news of the coup against Muhammad bin Salman spread in the media in a limited way, and since then Saudi Arabia has been having a hard time controlling the stream of damaging news that is making its way to the media.

Why Al-Quds?

Why Al-Quds?

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May 22, 2020

🔸We should not think that western democracy and liberalism are something good that have just made one mistake, and that is supporting Israel! Israel is the main result of liberalism, democracy and western civilization.

Poster: Why does God test us

Poster: Why does God test us

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May 20, 2020

God does not test us to see whether we pass or not. In all tests, God wants to bring forth our goodness and manifest the beauties of our soul. Each time that we fail in a test, the kind God enters from another direction so that perhaps we can be successful and make our Master proud.

Yemeni opposition’s identity crisis, resistance’s best opportunity

Yemeni opposition’s identity crisis, resistance’s best opportunity

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May 06, 2020

There are serious row among Saudi Arabia’s allies in the military coalition against Yemen: the UAE is calling for the partition of the impoverished country while Riyadh is doing what it can to bring the Hadi regime back to power.

Lebanon on path towards change and out of financial crisis

Lebanon on path towards change and out of financial crisis

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May 04, 2020

After the resurgence of protests and unrest in Lebanon, Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab has announced the approval of a new plan to overcome the financial crisis by the country’s cabinet.

Does COVID-19 mean Trump will see same fate as Carter?

Does COVID-19 mean Trump will see same fate as Carter?

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May 04, 2020

The United States is in the final stages of 2020 the presidential election campaign and which is deeply involved in the outbreak of the coronavirus within its border.

Saudi’s new crime in Yemen: Coronavirus masks or virus bombs?

Saudi’s new crime in Yemen: Coronavirus masks or virus bombs?

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May 02, 2020

While not a single case of coronavirus infection has been identified in Yemen, the Saudi coalition has in a strange move, and by violating the country’s airspace, airdropped boxes containing masks and other materials by plane in some Yemeni towns and villages.

Civilized mask thieves: Western governments’s COVID-19 struggle

Civilized mask thieves: Western governments’s COVID-19 struggle

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May 02, 2020

The coronavirus spread around the world has led to the infection of more than 2 million people and many countries are already faced with severe shortages of healthcare and medical supplies.

World after COVID-19: Is capitalism on its last leg?

World after COVID-19: Is capitalism on its last leg?

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May 02, 2020

It was after World War II that the current world order was formed around the world, superpowers formed created and poles were created, the most important actors in this system are the United States and Western governments.

Gen. Qaani, the man US military fears most

Gen. Qaani, the man US military fears most

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Apr 09, 2020

IRGC Quds Force Commander General Esmail Qaani will be assassinated like his his predecessor, General Qassem Soleimani, if he continues his policies. These are the words of US Special Envoy for Iranian Affairs Brian Hook, a well-known Iran hawk in the administration of President Donald Trump.

Is coronavirus part of America’s biological warfare?

Is coronavirus part of America’s biological warfare?

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Mar 29, 2020

Iranian and Chinese diplomats and military officials involved in the coronavirus fight have recently, the likelihood of a US biological attack on its opponents has increased.

Trump’s game with US national security

Trump’s game with US national security

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Mar 16, 2020

The US government has banned to release any statistics and research into the patient’s statistical results, suspects and COVID-19’s deaths at a time when Trump has appointing Mike Pence as chief of staff to fight the disease, and It has not been directly involved in managing this national crisis.

Iran and the Palestinian cause: A fire that will rage on

Iran and the Palestinian cause: A fire that will rage on

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Mar 09, 2020

Before the Islamic Revolution, it must be acknowledged that the Palestinian cause was merely a case of a country that being devoured by Israel and would soon disappear from the map.

UAE’s gamble with regional security

UAE’s gamble with regional security

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Feb 25, 2020

Earlier there were reports of Abu Dhabi sending and distributing dollars between protesters named jokers in Lebanon and Iraq. But new reports show a harsher side to the UAE’s irrational and threatening behavior in the region.

Iraq’s anti-US movement and five key points

Iraq’s anti-US movement and five key points

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Feb 25, 2020

Muqtada al-Sadr has recently ordered his supporters to stage protests against the US military presence in Iraq and call for their expulsion. Five points can be raised over this incredible development:

Saudi’s 2020 budget: Austerity and conservation

Saudi’s 2020 budget: Austerity and conservation

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Dec 19, 2019

The highest budget has been allocated respectively in the education, military and health sectors. 19 percent of Saudi Arabia’s next year’s budget is worth $ 51.5 billion in education spending, and 16 percent in the health sector’s $ 44.5 billion.