Category Archives: opinions

No room for extremists in UAE

The thought of extremists and those who fall in the trap of terrorist groups are against the nature of openness of the UAE, the path of tolerance and devotion to ...

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Illusions of Houthis

The media persons of Houthi group are keen nowadays to present strange ideas such as the view that, the role of UAE in Aden is derived from the concern of ...

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Era of ironies

No doubt in the matter that, American-Iranian nuclear accord delivers many thoughts, lack of trust between two countries made the accord between the small evil and great evil ridiculing issue, ...

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UAE outside rankings of third world countries

The coverage and news appearing nowadays about the huge participation of UAE with biggest pavilion in the Expo Milano 2015, the global and Arab medias are visiting the pavilion of ...

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Party of Erdogan… scandals and hindrances

The milieus on the eve of elections in Turkey have become more complicated and sensitive due to the interventions of Erdogan the President of Turkey in these elections, the decree ...

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What after the elections in Sudan?

In accordance with the declaration made by the elections commissioner in Sudan, Omar Hassan Al Bashir has obtained 94% of the votes in the last week election, but this result ...

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Menace of resurgence of Brotherhood in Yemen

Even though Iran had played a crucial role in creating Houthi phenomenon, what happened in Yemen before operation decisive storm caused to decrease influence of Al Islah party (Brotherhood of ...

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Necessity of helping Yemeni people

Apart from all political considerations and necessities of operation Decisive Storm, there is a humanitarian tragic aspect of the war in Yemen that the Gulf countries should take into account ...

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History of Persian ambitions in Yemen

The ongoing developments and fallouts in Yemen, require and impose on us to hold it in order to save it from becoming a prey to foreign ambitions, that are based ...

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A leader who destroyed Yemen and allied with evil powers

The ongoing development in Yemen reminds us the historical Yemeni mythology that a rat continued to snort in the wall of old Marib dam, the people kept watching erosion of ...

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The Iranian influence and future of Yemen

    UAE is participating as usual in a new regional military task, the Operation Decisive Storm which seems to be a surgery to uproot the bad tumor in the ...

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Era of chaos and sectarian calamities

    The historians will later formulate the idea that the Arab region passed these days through one of its worst historic phases due the repercussions that followed the dangerous ...

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My goals for better Tunisian future

To fight extremism, we will need to pursue a two-pronged strategy that will be both ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ Tunisia’s extraordinary political experience since the Arab Spring stands as a testimony ...

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UAE the country of actions

  The developments of people are based on the activities not on words and wishes; the political stability constitutes the fundamental and prominent factor that secures apt climate to advance ...

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Amnesty International the trumpet of terrorism

The Amnesty international has become famous in the world, but the reality behind this reputation has another face. This British born organization in the early 60 is an NGO and ...

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Powerful UAE air forces

The report published by the “Washington Post” last week entitled “UAE small powerful ally of US” uncovered the role of UAE in the military alliance to counter terrorism, which aims ...

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Dubious collusion or open penetration?

The Iranian penetration to support Houthi movement and its chaotic project in Yemen is witnessing new developments. In the beginning Iran kept its intervention and penetration secret by using Houthis ...

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Dilemma of converters to Islam

  Two terrorist incidents happened in Canada last week, highlight on aggravating dilemma, that the converters to Islam who choose the way of fighting, which was hated by the first ...

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Confusion or double-cross of US to counter terrorism!

  It has become undisputed that, the Barak Obama administration has become the most confused US administration to take decisions when it is facing various internal and external issues, in ...

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Sana’a the graveyard of Houtis

  In 1948, the tribes besieged Yemeni capital and threatened to seize it after many wars between the revolutionists and Imamate. Abdulla al Wazir revolutionary leader of the Yemeni Constitution ...

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