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Three Middle East Events of 2018

Three Middle East Events of 2018

While they could be unconnected, the three exceptional news of 2018 collectively express the wind of changes. Khashoggi | Saudi Arabia First, the journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in a fight in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, as the Kingdom’s state TV reports, quoting an initial inquiry. Deputy intelligence chief Ahmad al-Assiri and Saud al-Qahtani, […]

Populism Invading Societies: the Role of Media

Populism Invading Societies: the Role of Media

Populism has been known since politics started their misuse of people; using the rhetorical abilities and content of their speeches to move flocks, assuring a full obedience of “citizens” to a single leader, a single system or a single authority. While it is some sort of a fake democracy collecting its fans, populism does have […]

Arabic Letters: the Sacred Alphabet

Arabic Letters: the Sacred Alphabet

Arab citizens are living in their alphabet letters; the street names and signs, the shop banners and café’s panels, the schools and factories, the back of their cars decorated with different proverbs, and the front of their uniforms. This could be the same for all nations, but when it comes to Arabic letters it is […]

Legendary Kofi Annan-Bringing the United Nations Closer to People

Legendary Kofi Annan-Bringing the United Nations Closer to People

An overview look may suggest that UN has lost its battles; one after another, against the main humanity enemies: But, for a second thought, UN succeeded in them all, but our enemies are growing more aggressive, while the responsible world powers are not responding enough to their duties. So, along its career, UN needed legends […]

Asian Tales of Arabia

Asian Tales of Arabia

KADESH: THY CITY OF WAR AND PEACE  You immediately fall in love with River Asi (Orontes) the moment you walk along either of its banks. After a brief introduction, you even think it is extending its hands to embrace you as it winds here and there; giving way to you for the plains it cultivated […]

Arabian Nights and Arabic Novels

Arabian Nights and Arabic Novels

One Thousand and One Nights is often known in English as the Arabian Nights, from the first English-language edition (c. 1706 – c. 1721), which rendered the title as The Arabian Nights’ Entertainment, and where the most famous Arabic prose of tales was created. In some aspects, we could consider that these Arabian Nights tales are the […]

Spies & Journalists, the Thin Line Tightened between Media and Security

Spies & Journalists, the Thin Line Tightened between Media and Security

“23-year-old Zubeida is one of 1,500 Egyptians who vanished from the streets in what human rights campaigners call enforced disappearances. Zubeida’s mother spoke to Orla Guerin (BBC correspondent in Cairo) about the torture her daughter was subjected to at the hands of the police”. This was what BBC Newsnight tweeted mid-February, to reveal what they […]

40 Years of Fake Peace and Illusion Wars

40 Years of Fake Peace and Illusion Wars

On 9 November 1977, late Egyptian President Sadat (born December 25,1918, assassinated October 6, 1981), startled the world by announcing to his parliament his intention to visit Jerusalem and speak before the Knesset (the unicameral national legislature of Israel), seeking genuine peace. The initiative was prepared by the US political kitchen, and shortly afterward, the […]

Dubai vs Gwadar: The New World Economy War

Dubai vs Gwadar: The New World Economy War

  Major industrial infrastructure investments launched by the UAE government are expected to push expenditure. According to a report published by the Dubai-based Arabic Language Al-Bayan newspaper, the Dubai economy will remain the least vulnerable to future economic crises due to current investments made in the build-up to Expo 2020. Current real estate and tourism […]

The Political Domino Effect in the Middle East

The Political Domino Effect in the Middle East

The military occupation of the British, the French, and the Soviets departed from many parts of the Middle East during and after World War II, while Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and other Middle Eastern states on the Arabian Peninsula  generally remained unaffected by World War II. However, after the war, the following Middle Eastern states had […]

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