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Who or what drives this media feeding frenzy?
The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is still under investigation but the international media acted as prosecutor, judge and jury from day one pointing fingers at the...
JASTA could open a can of worms on 9-11
Now that Congress has passed the ‘Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act’ (JASTA) into law permitting individuals, including the family members of 9-11 victims, to sue a sovereign state for the...
JASTA, another nail in the coffin of US-GCC relations
Congress has done the unimaginable by almost unanimously passing a law allowing the families of 9-11 victims to lodge civil cases against Saudi Arabia (and other states) for aiding and abetting...
Corbyn’s anti-Arab agenda
When I heard Prime Minister David Cameron’s reaction to the new leader of the Labour Party, I dismissed it as a scaremongering tactic designed to undermine his rival.
The West’s flirtation with terrorists is a poor joke
The US and its European allegedly out to destroy Daesh and topple the Assad regime are losing credibility. It appears their sophisticated surveillance apparatus is unable to track long columns of...
Al Qaeda's continued existence is unexplained
The so-called War on Terror, launched 12 years ago in response to 9/11 attacks, has turned out to be as ineffective as the War on Drugs. Despite billions of dollars being poured into eradicating the...
World powers can't be trusted to save Syria
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron 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...
America's muddled priorities and double standards
I’m stunned at the banquet Washington’s political establishment and the US media have made out of the personal indiscretions of a couple of four-star generals past their prime. Gen. David Petraeus...
Only God’s mercy can save Egypt
For me, the sight of an 83-year-old, former Egyptian president and hero of the October 1973 War lying ill on a stretcher in a courtroom cage as one of his sons bent down to kiss him was hard to...
Arabs should lead in fighting terrorism
The world’s superpower, the United States, has taken responsibility for combating international terrorism with help from its Western allies. Terrorism is a scourge upon the face of the Earth so, in...
The next US President should be 'A man with a plan'
When people in this part of the world are not focusing on the financial crisis, the buzz revolves around who will be the next president of the United States. “Do you prefer a McCain or Obama White...
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This is the official website for UAE businessman Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor. You will find candid articles written by the outspoken entrepreneur and philanthropist on topics that matter most to the region. Al Habtoor voices his hopes and concerns for key issues impacting the world – including realistic solutions for a peaceful co-existence in some of the most troubled regions. He also provides sound advice to world leaders to help make the world a better place.
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