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The rule of law beats anti-Palestinian lawsuits

  • Over the years, the relatives of Americans killed in protests against Israel’s confiscation of Palestinian land to build illegal Jewish settlements have filed dozens of wrongful death lawsuits against the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestine Authority in an effort to secure hundr...
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A top-notch hospital in Doha is busy: Only falcons allowed

  • DOHA: At first glance, the Souq Waqif clinic in the historic center of Doha, the capital of Qatar, could be any other state-of-the-art hospital. Nurses in blue scrubs move briskly through the bright wards, conducting rounds. Radiology and operating rooms whir with the beeps and blinks of...
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We ‘heart’ Dove Cameron’s Zuhair Murad look at the iHeartRadio Music awards

  • DUBAI: The 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards’ red carpet was packed with striking looks as the biggest stars across all genres of the industry descended upon Los Angeles’s Shrine Auditorium. They showed up wearing their most show-stopping get-ups to celebrate this year’s most-played artists and son...
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Arab Americans prepare to celebrate April heritage month events

  • CHICAGO: Every April since 2017, Arab Americans throughout the US celebrate their heritage and contributions to the nation during “Arab American Heritage Month,” featuring dinners, festivals and cultural presentations. The national event is similar to heritage months that recognize the achieve...
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Fueling Israeli-Palestinian division to rally support

  • Former US Vice President Mike Pence, who many speculate may run for president in 2024, decided to go to Hebron last week in an attempt to strengthen his credentials. However, instead of building ties with moderate Israelis and Palestinians who support peace based on compromise and non-violence,...
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Zaghari-Ratcliffe, fellow British-Iranian freed to return to UK

  • DUBAI: British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and dual national Anousheh Ashouri were freed on Wednesday after a long ordeal during which they became a bargaining chip in Iran’s negotiations with the West over Tehran’s nuclear program. A video aired by Iran’s Tasnim news agency, ...
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Comely camel pouts its way to record beauty prize in Qatar

  • AL SHAHANIA, Qatar: The lips pouted to perfection, the neck was long and poised, and the judges were sure that no Botox was involved as they awarded Qatar’s largest cash prize for a camel beauty contest in front of an enthusiastic crowd. Hundreds of spectators, who poured into the isolated des...
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Palestinians offered a new opportunity to confront Israel

  • The Russian invasion of Ukraine has given Palestinians an opportunity to confront Israel’s lies and propaganda, but it requires a steady focus to develop an effective public relations strategy. It should start by focusing on the American public, which has shown gut-wrenching revulsion and extre...
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‘TechWorks’ brings dreams of Jordan inventors to life

  • AMMAN: In the age of Covid, Jordanian mechanical engineer Saliba Taimeh pondered how to deal with one contaminated everyday surface: the handrails of escalators in shopping malls and transport hubs. He came up with a device to sterilize them with UV rays — and this is where TechWorks stepped i...
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Jean Paul Gaultier reveals inside story of 50 years as fashion rebel

  • DUBAI: They say it is easier to view a Picasso up-close in a museum than a Jean-Paul Gaultier dress. The Great French Designer and his unique dresses are finally being shown in the Middle East as part of the retrospective “Jean-Paul Gaultier, from A to Z” at France’s Pavilion in Expo 2020 Dub...
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