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Saudi, a target of hypocrisy and double standards
To my astonishment and dismay Western powers, human rights groups and international institutions have ganged-up against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia alleging ‘human rights abuses’ over its execution...
Ignore Trump’s bigotry at your peril!
Donald Trump is smashing red lines at the rate of knots yet his popularity with Republican voters is soaring. Most polls place him way ahead with 35 per cent nationwide; 19 per cent higher than his...
United we stand. United we succeed
December 2, 1971 was much more than a simple signing of a treaty, it changed our lives forever. It broke down not only physical borders and barriers, but overtime it brought the leaders of seven...
Why has our planet become savage?
These days I find myself in a permanent state of shock, horror and confusion. We live in a world where human life is devalued, where barbarism, racism and bigotry are the new norm. Watching the news...
The world must act to destroy this disease
Paris is in mourning. We are all in mourning for those who thronged the glorious French capital on Friday evening little knowing it would be their last. All except the terrorists and their...
Britain’s Emirati visitors deserve better treatment
I have always had great respect for British people. And ever since I bought a home in the serenely beautiful English countryside as a young man still struggling to build my business I have...
Corbyn’s anti-Arab agenda
When I heard Prime Minister David
’s reaction to the new leader of the Labour Party, I dismissed it as a scaremongering tactic designed to undermine his rival.
Their pain is our shame
What does it say about our part of the world that our Syrian brothers and sisters feel the need to flee to a place where they are not wanted? To a place where they are being humiliated and insulted!...
The UK, an extremist’s Utopia
As shocking as this may sound, the evidence is piling-up that Britain is under the sway of Islamist organisations to the detriment of its friends in the Middle East. Until 2010, it played host to...
Erdoğan’s vile behaviour must not be tolerated
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s visit to New York to speak before the United Nations General Assembly was not only a public relations coup, he and his team did some furious networking with heads of...
World leaders should hang their heads in shame
Oh, what an impressive show NATO is putting on in the Welsh city of Newport! Tom Jones’ Green, Green Grass of Home is now peppered with tanks and missiles while Cardiff plays host to mighty...
Egypt must crush its enemies and ignore critics
Despite severe economic problems and sporadic Muslim Brotherhood protests that frequently turn violent, most Egyptians are optimistic that next month’s presidential elections will bring stability....
UK media slams Dubai, champions criminals
UK law enforcement may be soft on druggies and people who display anti-social behaviour as is their privilege. If Britain sees fit to coddle criminals or put their rights above those of the...
Ukraine, victim of a geopolitical power struggle
The problem with people power is that it often sets in motion unintended consequences. Right now it’s impossible to predict how those consequences will impact Ukraine. But civil war or a full-scale...
World powers can't be trusted to save Syria
Britain’s Prime Minister David
looked like a cat with a bowl of cream as leaders of the world’s richest countries, attending the recent G8 summit held in Northern Ireland, queued to sign a...
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