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By Erin Cunningham Six weeks after routing Iraqi security forces from Ramadi, Islamic State (I...

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Two years after the army deposed president Mohamed Mursi, Egypt is roiled by brazen Islamic Sta...

The justification for terrorism in the Gulf

Dr Ahmed Abdul-Malik During Ramadan, 64 people were killed in Kuwait and Tunisia, wh...

Mideast crises and US elections

Dr Khalid Al Shafi Despite the dissimilarity between the symbol and the motto of the...

Commercial adverts on  mobiles and other woes

By Prof Mohammed S Al Musfir As the holy month of Ramadan has started, mobile phone ...

Gulf military structures a step forward

Dr Zafer Mohammed Al Ajmi It is often rumoured that the united Gulf mood is a recedi...

Boost for minority in Syria, majority in Iraq

Displaced Iraqi women, who fled their homes due to attacks by the Islamic State (IS) group,...

Can Yemen join the GCC?

By Dr Shamlan Al Essa A Yemeni government spokesman has revealed his government&rs...

Houthis – spite-based policy

By Dr Mohamed Al Rumaihi When did some Yemenis discover Tehran? Was this discovery...

Obama’s doctrine, King Salman’s principle

By Dr Marwan Kabalan It was a wise decision of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosqu...

Turkish democracy for our leisure

By Saadiah Mufarreh I will tell you an old joke, so do not laugh too much. Here it i...

Qatar’s achievements laudable

  Thanks to its stance, Qatar has become a beacon of hope for all crisis-hit countr...

Defeatist discourse of the Houthis

By Dr Mohamed Al Rumaihi The Houthis are trying through their media device that op...

Tikrit yesterday and Ramadi today

By Dr Ibrahim Al Sheikh Tikrit’s scenario is being repeated in Ramadi, where...

2022 World Cup shall take place in Qatar

By Dahim Al Qahtani It seems that Qatar winning the hosting rights of the Football...

Gulf media needs realistic reassessment

By Jaber Al Harami After 34 years of the formation of Gulf Cooperation Council (GC...

2022: Between British and Arab media

By Jassim Ibrahim Fakhro Since the FIFA president picked the winning country to ho...

The BBC and policy  of divide and rule

BY Dr Rabia bin Sabah Al Kuwari The BBC Arabic service has been seeking to so...

Did Yemen become a bog for the Arab alliance?

By Dr Zafer Mohammed Al Ajmi One of the latest ambiguous labels nowadays is the &l...

Who will benefit if Yemen splits?

By Dr Abdulnabi Al Ekri The plague of bigotry, blasphemy, and irrationality i...

Arabs and Iranians: Avoiding a long war

By Dr Khaled Hroub Once a war breaks out it leads itself. It rebels against those ...