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  • Author: Mohammad Fadhel Al Obaidly

    Ramzi Abu Radwan was eight years old in Al Amari refugee camp near Bethlehem in 1987 when he was immortalised in a famous photograph showing him carrying a small stone in his hand as he faced Israeli soldiers. Today, he is a famous violinist and musician who lives in the West Bank and France.


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  • Author: Dr. Haifa AlMaashi

    International media circulated an image of a young Yemeni girl standing in front of a large sticker in a main street in Sana’a, which quoted a part of a prophetic Hadith, “The blood of a Muslim is inviolable for a Muslim”. The image aimed to arouse sympathy in the international community, spreading a message that Sana’a inhabitants were under attack led by the coalition forces.


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  • Author: Mohammad Fadhel Al Obaidly

    On March 6, 1938, a grenade exploded in the market of Haifa city in Palestine, killing 18 Arabs and wounding 38 others. That explosion was one of about 60 similar attacks that took place in Palestine in 1938 alone. But this series of killings that began in the 1930s and continued until 1948 introduced a terminology to the world that has had a fascinating impact on our lives: “Terrorism”.


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  • Author: Dr. Haifa AlMaashi

    There are several indications that Yemen is on the threshold of a historical stage that would incorporate a new political system


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  • Author: Dr. Haifa AlMaashi

    The success of the triple attack led by coalition forces, the popular resistance and the legitimate army of Yemen to control the strategic Anad base and Lahij province — after tightening control over Aden — may pave the way for a new truce in Yemen. But this time it must be new in everything


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  • Author: Mohammad Fadhel Al Obaidly

    About 25 years ago, and in the first few weeks after the collapse of the former Soviet Union in December 1991, a vital question came to the fore: Who is the new enemy of the West? There was no clear answer, but in the weeks following that historical event, former Israeli president Shimon Peres said in a brief but specific statement that “Islam is the new enemy of the West because it has the same totalitarian nature as Communism”.


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  • Author: Dr. Haifa AlMaashi

    The Popular Resistance inside Aden is not fighting on a religious basis but from a political perspective, aiming to prevent the expansion of Al Houthis


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  • Author: Mohammad Fadhel Al Obaidly

    The carpets woven by women of nomadic tribes in Iran are inspired by the surrounding environment: the trees, rivers, passing birds and humans are always present in these carpets, turning the carpet into a tale. As the places and their components are changing constantly, carpets made by the same figures are never alike. The changing times make the carpet seem more like an open biography or an open tale. But it seems that inscriptions on the Persian carpet will change a little, as a new novel is being written now.


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  • Author: Dr. Haifa AlMaashi

    The confrontation between the coalition forces and Al Houthis — and their allies — in Yemen and beyond is not solely a military confrontation, but it is a media war that is important for the coalition not to lose


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  • Author: Mohammad Fadhel Al Obaidly

    The unethical ways of Israel and the West are the biggest contributors to humiliation and depravity of successive generations of Arabs and Muslims and the tyranny in our societies completes the mission


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