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Could the Demise of Assad Lead to an Israel-Alawite Alliance?

  By Ghassan Dahhan The fall of the Assad regime could pave the way for an Israeli-Alawite alliance, argues Ghassan Dahhan. Various analysts have suggested that if the Alawite-dominated Baath regime in Syria collapses, the country might become embroiled in … Continue reading

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THE FRIGHTENING STUPIDITY OF THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENT IN OUR FIGHT FOR OUR LEGITIMACY-Israeli Point Of View

Is the Israeli Government with us? Or are we alone? When it comes to representing Israel against the libels and boycott campaigns, the Israeli Government is not on the battlefield. Their record is a disgrace. Every action taken against us … Continue reading

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Nuclear Proliferation in the Middle East

(Updated April 2013) Intelligence Report  While the immediate focus of international attention has been on stopping Iran from obtaining the ability to build nuclear weapons, an equally worrisome development is that the Iranian drive to obtain a nuclear bomb has … Continue reading

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Most wanted Terrorists By FBI

  OMAR SHAFIK HAMMAMI JEHAD SERWAN MOSTAFA ADAM YAHIYE GADAHN ABDUL RAHMAN YASIN ALI ATWA JABER A. ELBANEH HUSAYN MUHAMMAD AL-UMARI ADNAN G. EL SHUKRIJUMAH FAOUZI MOHAMAD AYOUB IBRAHIM SALIH MOHAMMED AL-YACOUB HAKIMULLAH MEHSUD MUHAMMAD AHMED AL-MUNAWAR JAMEL AHMED MOHAMMED … Continue reading

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Pouring oil over raging fires — Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2013324story_24-3-2013_pg3_2 Gwadar with deeper Chinese involvement will become the new battleground of Baloch nationalism versus the Pakistani establishment and Chinese interests When a person, in his opening lines,  terms the May 28, 1998 Chaghai nuclear explosion as historic, it creates misgivings … Continue reading

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Boko Haram

  On 1 November, 2012 the dreaded Islamic fundamentalist organization known as boko haram offered the olive branch through its second-in-command Abu Mohammed Ibn Abdulaziz in a telephone conference chat with journalists in Maiduguri, the Borno State Capital. The faceless … Continue reading

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UK Gulf Relations Improve

  Political Analysis   The November Cameron trade visit to Saudi Arabia and the UAE was an attempt to make Britain the Gulf’s “partner of choice,” according to the British Foreign Office. As in 2010, the principal objective of the … Continue reading

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Bin Laden was in Muslim Brotherhood, says al-Qaeda chief

Al-Qaeda’s late leader Osama bin Laden was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood before taking up arms against Soviets in Afghanistan, his successor Ayman al-Zawahiri said in a video message released Thursday, dpa reported. “Sheikh Osama bin Laden was in … Continue reading

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United-Arab Emirates Manchester City Field at Haas Park, A Gift with Lots of BaggageS

  HRW   Earlier this month Mayor Rahm Emanuel celebrated the opening of the United Arab Emirates-Manchester City Field at Haas Park, praising the facilities paid for and named after the UAE and Manchester City FC, the English soccer club … Continue reading

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Role of Social Media In Promoting Syrian Rebels

Intelligence Study The Syrian rebels and their support networks use social media for a variety of purposes including self-promotion, fundraising, directing attacks, and exchanging tactics. While the rebels would still be able to operate in the absence of social media, … Continue reading

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