Daily Archives: Thursday August 17th, 2017

A French book documenting the Gulf Monarchies’ support for terrorists in Syria

Abridged by Hassan Mehraji A book entitled Our Very Dear Emirs; Are they really our friends is considered as one of the most important books that has debunked the clandestine relations between  Gulf Monarchies and France. Co-authored by the esteemed French journalists Christian Chesnot and George Malbrunot,  the book   ” Nos trèschersémirs de Christian Chesnot et George” published in Paris ...

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Unknown episodes of Syria’s history

In 1915, the old alleys of Damascus have been scenes of poignant tragedies. Bodies of starved small children or  old men would be found laid in the streets. The  Turks  have taken all the stocks of wheat, barley and every edible stuff from the population  to feed their  troops. These were the heydays of the brutalwar  known as “Safar Barlek”. ...

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Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah in the eyes of the Zionists

When do Arabs know the value of Mr. Hassan Nasrallah ??? Israeli confessions are very amazing about His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah: In an interview with Israeli Channel 10, Netanyahu said: “I am certain that Hezbollah’s operations room is not on the ground, but in the sky A Zionist military official: If Hassan Nasrallah had our weapons he would have ...

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Who stands behind economic crises

The latest  financial  crisis which hit global markets  has confounded people, who were baffled and could not understand what and how it has happened. A professional financial expert was sought for help. He was asked to explain to  ordinary people  and in a simple way  the reasons behind this financial catastrophe, which hit the Stock  Markets. So, he narrated an ...

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A forecast of the Saudi outlook beyond 2017

Economic experts  expect the economic difficulties, currently undergone by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia due to the sharp decline in oil prices on the global markets, to incur some drastic changes in the demographic structure of the Kingdom. About two million expatriates, roughly accounting for about 30 percent of the expatriate  families, would most probably  leave the Kingdom by the ...

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The magnificence of man lays in what he gives not what he possesses

One wise men said to his son Dear  son, our relationship with people lasts and continues with condone. it become Increasingly harmonious with compromise . But it gets sick through scrupulousness. And die and finish through With a smile we overcome grief. With patience we overcome concerns. With Silence we go beyond foolishness. With a good word, we overcome hatred ...

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