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Khairallah Khairallah

Khairallah Khairallah is an Arab columnist who was formerly Annahar’s foreign editor (1976-1988) and Al-Hayat’s managing editor (1988-1998).

10 March 2019 11:48 PM

Iran is on the way out from Syria

About this time eight years ago, the people’s revolution in Syria broke out. It has become clear since then that the world has conspired against the Syrians, including the US administration under Barack Obama, whose first and last concern was appeasing Iran.

28 December 2018 04:11 PM

Ignorance, the enemy of Lebanon

Nothing lasts like investment in education and enrichment of one’s knowledge. This is what Rafiq Hariri, who insisted on educating thousands of Lebanese people from all sects and all parts of the country in the best universities of the world at his own expenses, has accomplished. This persistence was one of the main reasons that he was made a target by those in Tehran and Damascus, who believe in the culture of death.

20 December 2018 02:01 AM

On not losing the compass in Lebanon

The main problem lies in the illegitimate arms which allow the presence of a state within the state – a state that’s become bigger and stronger than the Lebanese one.

08 December 2018 08:33 PM

The assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh, one year on

A year ago, on December 4, 2017, Ali Abdullah Saleh put an end to a phase in Yemen’s history after the Houthis executed him.

23 November 2018 10:20 AM

Iran’s dubious empathy for the Sunnis in Lebanon

There is a great deal of tension in Tehran and the relief valve for this tension is not going to be the government imposed on Hariri by Hezbollah.

16 November 2018 09:40 AM

Lebanon can wait too

It’s no secret that Lebanon is currently passing through a deep crisis as expressed by the inability to form a cabinet that can resolve the country’s serious problems.