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The horror of Aleppo

  • The news of death and destruction coming from Aleppo this week has been relentless. The images and stories of the more than 338 people killed in that city, including more than 100 children, and the huge number of wounded — 846 — (261 of them children) is heartbreaking.But more than heartbreaking,...
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Iran’s pack of lies

  • With the Haj pilgrimage just successfully completed in Makkah with no serious injuries this year, without any Iranian pilgrims, and with Saudi Arabia successfully fighting to stop Iranian domination of Syria and Yemen from taking place, the Iranian government has decided once again to lash out at...
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Holding workers accountable

  • The surprise inspection of government offices in Dubai on the morning of Aug. 28 by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, the UAE’s prime minister and ruler of Dubai, found that many managers were not at their desks working. Video released of the ruler showed him walking around empty offices,...
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Why Yemen is important

  • The Saudi-led military action in the Yemeni civil war is already in its 17th month. The Kingdom formed an alliance of Arab states to intervene militarily in Yemen on the request of the legitimate Yemeni government, which was overthrown by Houthi militia backed by Iran.Despite being a minority,...
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Respect Muslim women

  • The recent decision of the mayor of Nice, France, to ban the burkini — a swimsuit that fully covers the body of a woman — on its beaches is another discriminatory act against Muslims in the name of human rights and freedom. I have had a heated discussion with a Brazilian friend about it on the...
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Necessary bold moves

  • The announcement on Monday by the Cabinet of a host of new measures to help foreign workers in the Kingdom; stiffer penalties for driving offenses and higher visa fees for visitors and workers in the country, may have caught some by surprise, but are necessary to deal with the challenging times...
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Countering anti-Saudi propaganda

  • It is incredible how much bad press Saudi Arabia has been getting in the past six to eight months. International human rights groups launched a massive campaign against the Kingdom over its use of the death penalty, and at the same time practically ignored Iran’s much higher rate of executions....
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Is Daesh spreading its tentacles?

  • The 10 Brazilian supporters of the terror group Daesh, who were arrested on Thursday across Brazil, didn’t seem to be prepared to launch attacks in the country. According to intercepted WhatsApp and Telegram messages sent to each other, the members were planning to take martial arts and shooting...
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Another round of Muslim-bashing

  • The horrific attack in Nice, France, on Friday in which more than 80 people were killed, and more than 200 injured, after a terrorist drove a truck through Bastille Day crowds, sweeping right and left to hit more victims, has left the whole world in shock.The driver of the truck has been...
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A gloomy Eid Al-Fitr

  • Muslims worldwide are in shock since Eid this year came after a series of terrorist attacks in four countries that left more than 350 dead and hundreds injured.The first attack was at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey on June 28, in which three terrorists entered shooting in the arrival and...
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