Hezbollah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered a televised speech on Friday evening in which he tackled the latest local political developments, mainly announcing the beginning of the second phase of distributing diesel oil to the families for heat in Winter. At the beginning of his speech, the ...Read More »
Al-Khalifa Continue Their Endless Brutality: Detained Prisoners Not Allowed to Meet Their Moms
Bahraini Al-Khalifa rulers keep on their acts of brutality, hazing, and suppressing voices inside the kingdom. Since 2011, with the start of the peaceful movement, the authorities have been carrying out arbitrary raids that resulted in imprisoning tens of people, as many of them become obliged to make confessions under ...Read More »
Pakistan-Tahreek Agreement Can be Dangerous to Region: Expert
Alwaght- After years of hostility, last week Pakistan struck a ceasefire deal with Tahreek-e-Taliban militant group, days after Prime Minister said his government would offer amnesty to whoever lays down arms. Minister of Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry announced that Islamabad reached an agreement with the militant group on full cessation ...Read More »
The “Worst Director” Award Goes to MBS for His “I Blame My Failure in Yemen on Hezbollah”
Beirut – Saudi Arabia that has ignited unfounded irrational crisis with Lebanon, continues to exercise its mounting pressure on the country to dictate its political will, avenge its humiliating defeat in Yemen, and invest in tension to yield electoral gains in the next parliamentary elections early next year. Riyadh has ...Read More »
Can Paris Conference Help Libya Hold Election, End Crisis?
Alwaght- Less than six weeks to the Libyan presidential election, Paris hosted a conference on Libya with the presence of many actors with interests and influence in the North African country. The conference is aimed at offering international support to continuation of political power transition and arrangement of election in ...Read More »
Erdogan Seeks High Fly With Turkic Council’s Wings
Alwaght- Foreign Ministers of Turkic Council states held their 8th summit in Istanbul on Friday. They coordinated the draft agenda and the final documents to be approved and signed at the next summit of the leaders. The formation of regional and even international organizations based on common cultural characteristics, especially ...Read More »
Ayatollah Al-Sistani’s New Fatwa Range: Foiling Thaw with Tel Aviv and Uniting Muslims
Alwaght- The religious city of Najaf in Iraq on Monday started its day with a historic fatwa. Iraqi media, citing office of the top Iraqi Shiite cleric Sayed Ali al-Sistani, reported that Ayatollah al-Sistani called “haram”, religiously forbidden, consumption of products of Israeli companies or companies supporting Israeli regime. The ...Read More »
Along with Baghdad Election Crisis, an Inter-Kurdish Competition over Presidency Is Brewing
Alwaght- Along with the post-election crisis in central and southern Iraq, the Kurdish politics is scene to a confrontation between the two leading parties. Although in northern Iraq claims about election fraud are not made very seriously, the victorious parties are at loggerheads over distribution of posts and power in ...Read More »
What’s Driving Growing Egyptian Role in Yemen?
Alwaght- Over the past few months, Egypt showed growing interest in the Yemeni developments. Cairo’s invitation of the prime minister of the government of resigned President Abdrabbah Mansour Hadi in July, and the meeting of the non-resident Egyptian ambassador with the head of the separatist Southern Transitional Council (STC) this month, ...Read More »
Why Is US Seeking to Open Consulate in Eastern Al-Quds?
Alwaght- Although the US and the Israeli regime ostensibly have good relations, they have for a while publicized their differences and taken stances against each other. One example is the US plan to open a consulate in Al-Quds (Jerusalem). Secretary of State Antony Blinked in May said that Washington plans to ...Read More »