Why a Saudi nuclear test makes sense
06 Jun 2014

Why a Saudi nuclear test makes sense

Read it later Saudi Arabia may be facing its biggest challenges yet ever since the unification of the Kingdom in 1930. Inside the country, an uprising of the Shia community on its Eastern shores persists, and its ageing leadership is forcing a transition, which, by all accounts, is fraught with

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22 May 2014

Israeli society meets the Assad terror

Read it later Prior to the Syrian civil war, it was highly probable that if you talked to any Israeli official or Israeli expert on the subject of Syria, you would hear such sound bites as ?The devil we know?. As long as the Golan Heights remained quiet and secure,

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Saudis unwilling to commit Hara-kiri
14 May 2014

Saudis unwilling to commit Hara-kiri

Read it later Tomorrow marks the end of the third year of what started as peaceful protests in Syria, and begins, as well, the fourth year of a raging and inhuman civil war. Between Syrian marchers shouting??Silmiyeh, Silmieyh??(Peacefully, peacefully) to be met with a hail of bullets and Assad gassing

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There is no escaping Israel
11 May 2014

There is no escaping Israel

Read it later Any Syrian with any ounce of common sense knows today what the Assad family worked so hard to keep a secret: Israel is kinder to Syrians than Assad could ever be to his own people. What a revelation it is for many. I believe this will eventually

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