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Why Trump Insists on Talks with Iran?

Alwaght– The US President Donald Trump ostensibly looks forward to negotiating with Iran. Over the past week, he three times called for a face-to-face meeting with the Iranian officials. The calls come while he has formed one of the most anti-Iranian administrations since the Islamic revolution of 1979 removed the ...

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When They Try To Delete Palestine!

Hussein Samawarchi If England were to occupy Mexico and agree with a certain religious or ethnic group’s claim to it, the phone at ten Downing Street would probably ring off the hook; most world leaders would be calling the British Prime Minister to condemn this blatant act. England manages to ...

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Let’s talk about terrorism perpetuated by America, even in Yemen

“There are two ways to approach the study of terrorism,” notes Noam Chomsky in ‘Western State Terrorism’. “One may adopt a literal approach or a propagandistic approach, construing the concept of terrorism as a weapon to be exploited in the service of some system of power. It comes as no ...

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Israeli Social Gaps Fire under Ashes

Alwaght– Fragmentation and discrimination in the society are two major social crises the Israeli regime is grappling with. The crisis covers a wide range from discrimination between the Jews and Arabs, the disputes between the Eastern and Western Jews and between the secular and religious Jews, to the inter-Jewish friction ...

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How Is Saudi-Qatari Political Crisis Going Geographical?

Alwaght– The crisis among the Persian Gulf Arab states is now over a year and the distrust between the neighbors remains high and gaps seem hard to bridge. Each time that the tensions wind down, the speculations rise about possible thaw with the mediation of a third party. However, that ...

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Turkey has no replacement for oil, gas imports from Iran

Turkey’s foreign minister says his country disagrees with US anti-Iran sanctions and does not have to implement them. Mevlut Chavushoglu said on Tuesday that Turkey has no replacement for its oil and gas imports from Iran. The top Turkish diplomat says Ankara openly communicated its stance to the US delegation ...

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How Likely Is Israeli War against Gaza?

Alwaght– The Israeli fighter jets have been bombing Gaza Strip over the past three months, since the Palestinians launched a campaign, dubbed Great March of Return, on the Gaza border with the occupied territories calling for their right to return to their Israeli-seized lands. The Gaza-based factions responded with firing ...

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Sayyed Abdulmalik to French Daily Le Figaro: Many Western Countries Consider Wars in Light of Economic Interests

In an interview with French daily Le Figaro published Tuesday, Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi stressed that those who respect the right of Yemeni people to freedom and independence can enjoy positive political and economic relations with Yemen.   The leader of the revolution accused some European countries of exploiting the war ...

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Three Reasons Why Putin Not to Support Trump’s Anti-Iran Agenda

Alwaght– The senior advisor to Iran’s leader Ali Akbar Velayati visited Russia on Thursday, carrying messages from the Leader Sayed Ali Khamenei and President Hasan Rouhani to the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The trip is viewed as a viable move taken by Tehran to foil a US President Donald Trump’s ...

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FRACTURED LANDS: HOW THE ARAB WORLD CAME APART

BY SCOTT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAOLO PELLEGRIN This is a story unlike any we have previously published. It is much longer than the typical New York Times Magazine feature story; in print, it occupies an entire issue. The product of some 18 months of reporting, it tells the story of ...

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