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Why these snakes have no place in our classrooms

  • When the Saudi Education Minister, Ahmad Al-Issa, said his country would “renew the educational curricula to eliminate any trace of the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood,” it was a recognition of the group’s influence and penetration, not only in Saudi society but in the Gulf as a whole. These...
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The key to Sudan’s stability and unity

  • The military in Sudan is one of the most important elements in the political equation — not only because it now runs the country after the recent revolution, but also because it occupies a large portion of Sudan’s collective memory, whether negatively or positively. The Sudanese Army has ...
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Media wrong to fuel Egypt-Sudan dispute

  • Egyptians and Sudanese people have always described the relations between their countries by saying that together they form one piece. This is an accurate description of their historical relations, which are characterized by affection, cohesion and good neighborliness....
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Unifying Egypt’s education system

  • The issue of the duality of civic and religious education has been one of the most important in Arab societies for decades. In the early 20th century, religious education in Egypt was unrivaled. At that time, people were only reading and writing the Qur’an and Islamic jurisprudence, so much so ...
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Arab League to use diplomacy to fight US decision on Golan

  • Arab leaders at the 30th Arab Summit in Tunis. (Reuters) In the past, Arab citizens have always complained about the inability of Arab League summits to produce resolutions that meet the aspirations of the people of the region, which stretches from the Atlantic to the Arabian Gul...
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Is this a new Sudan or a new coup?

  • Brig. Gen. Omar Hassan Ahmad Al-Bashir ruled Sudan for 30 years. (Reuters) I was among the first to visit Khartoum after the April 1985 uprising, and our plane was the second to land at Khartoum International Airport, preceded only by the plane that carried Libyan foreign ministe...
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Has Sudan’s revolution reached its final destination?

  • Deputy Chairman of the Sudanese Transitional Military Council, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, right, and Sudan’s opposition alliance coalition’s leader Ahmad al-Rabiah, centre, sign a power sharing deal, as Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, left, witnesses, in Khartoum. (Reuters) Aft...
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The absent Egyptian role in Sudan

  • Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly. (Reuters) Egypt and Sudan have been one country since ancient times; both peoples are bonded by brotherhood, love and cordiality. But, on the political level, we often find what disturbs this good relationship. These disturbances increa...
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Egypt and Sudan should close border loophole

  • Nadira Nassif is the self-proclaimed prime minister of the Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain. (Social Media)  A woman called Nadira Nassif, speaking Levantine Arabic, this month appeared on a social media video to announce the creation of a new Arab nation, the “Kingdom of...
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Cairo Declaration can end the chaos in Libya

  • Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, center, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, right, and Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Aguila Saleh, in Cairo. (AFP) Things have become clearer regarding the situation in Libya. One party is trying to end violence for the sake of stab...
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