Saudi journalist Mashari Althaydi presents Al Arabiya News Channel’s “views on the news” daily show “Maraya.” He has previously held the position of a managing senior editor for Saudi Arabia & Gulf region at pan-Arab newspaper Asharq al-Awsat. Althaydi has published several papers on political Islam and social history of Saudi Arabia. He appears as a guest on several radio and television programs to discuss the ideologies of extremist groups and terrorists. He tweets under @MAlthaydy.
Trump decided to withdraw all American troops from East of the Euphrates in Syria – the troops which along with their local ally that consists of a gathering of Kurds and Arab tribes formed a barrier between Iranian militias and geographic communication with the rest of their gangs in the Mediterranean.
The oddities pertaining to the official Qatari discourse never end. The most recent were the rather weird remarks of Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani who markets the strange Qatari policies.
The lyrics of the song "Tar El Balad" (The Country is Lost) written by Nizar Francis and sung by famous Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama say: “It’s time people, to scream out loud. There is no time, the country is lost. Where is justice? Dreams are being put out. Awareness in us has gone to sleep, and the situation is only getting more difficult.”
“I cannot close my eyes as it has become blatant.” This is how Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi commented on the presence of a secret security intelligence and terrorist organization affiliated with the Tunisian Brotherhood Ennahda Movement.
The aim of the massive campaigns on Saudi Arabia and on the crown prince’s character, the architect of hope and the new vision and the man of decisiveness who’s besieged the invading Iranian Khomeini project, was to repeal the power of the alliance that’s based on its four decisive Arab pillars, Riyadh, Cairo, Abu Dhabi and Manama.
It’s true that World War I was mainly a western European war but it did not gain the title “World War” out of nothing but due to its horrific consequences which continue to this day, yes to this day, in many parts of the world including the Arabs’ and Muslims’ world.
After the strict economic sanctions against the terrorist Iranian regime went into effect, the regional and international scene clarified in terms of those who defend this regime, whether Arabs or foreigners and left-wing or right-wing, using different excuses.
One of the disadvantages of sectarian quotas in ministries and governmental posts is that bad models hold positions that have nothing to do with them, and the public interest is preyed on in favor of the personal interest.
What Danish security service chief Finn Borch Andersen revealed on Tuesday about the involvement of Iran’s agents in preparing for a terrorist attack in Denmark is an additional new evidence to the nature of the threat embodied by the ruling Khomeini regime in Tehran.