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Need for dynamic leadership

  • This refers to the report published in Arab News, “Musharraf announces March return to contest Pak election.” (March 2). I think, whether Musharraf returns, contests election or gets appointed as president of Pakistan, it would hardly matter for the country or its people. In his governance,...
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Syria’s forgotten war

  • Washington’s apparent inability to focus on more than one international crisis at a time has been a boon to Syrian dictator Bashar Assad. It also has diverted attention from the bankruptcy of Obama administration policy.As Russia invaded Ukraine, the Assad regime proceeded unmolested and almost...
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Pakistan still hopes for peace

  • DESPITE initial setbacks, patient back-channeling efforts obviously have succeeded since both the Pakistani government and the Tehreek-e-Taleban (TTP) expressed their willingness to hold direct peace talks.Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said that a new government panel for direct peace...
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • The threat posed by drugsThe recent press conference conducted by Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki, spokesman for the Interior Ministry, not only highlighted the ministry’s efforts in foiling attempts to smuggle drugs into Saudi Arabia but also indicated the huge volume of drugs being sold among its...
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • Coronavirus and the bureaucracyOne of the problems facing the government is the centralization and bureaucracy and they do not differentiate between local and national issues. As a result, many local issues have turned into crises requiring national attention. The question is why don’t we address...
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • Iran getting undue importanceThe US has made several mistakes in our region. The latest one is its insistence on involving Iran in the formation of a new Iraqi government. The question is why Iran and why they do not approach Ayatullah Ali Al-Sistani being the most influential Shiite cleric in...
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • Impact of labor policiesAlthough the Ministry of Labor has been trying to Saudize jobs since 2011, it has desperately failed to control unemployment among citizens. The unemployment rate, which was 23.7 percent in the beginning of 2011, rose to 24.9 percent in the end of the same year. However,...
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • Loved by allSome sorrows in life cannot be expressed in words. Demise of Custodian of the Two Holy King Abdullah is one such situation. The wise leader has left behind him a history of substantial achievements that mere articles and books cannot describe.Women, men and children weep for him...
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • Middle East rescuedA 10-nation coalition under the leadership of Saudi Arabia enjoying the support of the Arab and Muslim world and the international community launched the operation “Decisive Storm” against the Houthi rebels with the aim of restoring the legitimate government to power in Yemen....
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Saudi Press Roundup

  • Defending our landsZIONIST cowards can attack worshippers, pollute the immaculate land of Al-Aqsa mosque and desecrate it with their boots. But with the help of Allah and the virtues of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and other prophets who have worshipped there, it will remain safe. The...
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