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Why British Ambassador to Egypt MUST GO HOME

Great Britain’s Ambassador to Egypt, John Casson is facing increased pressure to leave his host country. The underlying reason is that Casson appears sympathetic to Muslim Brotherhood terrorists. One of the charges alleged in the complaint against him may be …

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“uninformed comment” from Shlomo Ben-Ami

Adel Darwish,london 10 April 2017 Here is an “uninformed comment” based on condescending ( some might argue, even racist) view that Political Islam is the ONLY system (for western benefits of course) that can rule in nations where majority are …

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Mr. Trump’s Tear-Down Budget

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD The White House budget director, Mick Mulvaney, defended the president’s budget proposal for 2018 by saying it puts numbers on Mr. Trump’s campaign promises. That it does, but in so doing, it shows that many of …

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‘America First’ has its pitfalls

  Unless Trump’s self-centred policies are reined in by advisers and lawmakers, at stake are America’s benevolent identity and global standing  Linda S. Heard, Gulf News, March 6, 2017 President Donald J. Trump had repeatedly said, “My job is not …

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Netanyahu’s quasi-state or non-state solution

Israeli PM is content with the status quo and will remain so as long as the Palestinian population can be contained without causing too many problems Linda S. Heard, Gulf News, February 20, 2017 No wonder the Israeli Prime Minister …

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Obama’s flawed nuclear deal has opened a Pandora’s Box

Tensions between Tehran and Washington are at their highest in years; dangerously so, some commentators claim. Whereas top officials in former President Barack Obama’s administration, including Secretary of State John Kerry, were set on easing Iran’s entry into the community …

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Is America revolting?

Americans furious with Trump and a potential repeal of Obamacare without a viable replacement are shutting down Republican town halls and haranguing conservative speakers Linda Heard,Gulfnews.February 19, 2017 In the eyes of many around the planet, the newly-minted Leader of …

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Sharing the NATO Burden

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD – New York Times For many years now, successive American administrations have made no secret of their frustration with how little most NATO allies spend on their militaries, leaving the United States with a disproportionately large share …

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