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By Osama Al Sharif - Apr 23,2019
A new Palestinian Authority (PA) government was sworn in last week, days after Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud and other right-wing parties won a majority in the Israeli Knesset.
By Osama Al Sharif - Apr 16,2019
Less than a week after the toppling of Sudan’s authoritarian ruler for 30 years, Omar Al Bashir, the country continues to face political uncertainty. The head of the transitional military council that removed the president, Gen.
By Osama Al Sharif - Apr 09,2019
Libya’s strongman, retired general Khalifa Haftar, is attempting to force a military solution that would end years of division, bloodshed and chaos.
By Osama Al Sharif - Mar 12,2019
Only a few weeks separate us from two significant events for the region: the April 9 Israeli Knesset elections and following that, at no specified date yet, the release of President Donald Trump’s much-hyped Middle East peace plan, also known as the “ultimate deal”.A small White
By Osama Al Sharif - Mar 05,2019
Not surprisingly but entirely ironic that there has been little or no reaction to last week’s conclusions by an independent UN commission of inquiry into the 2018 Gaza protests along the fence with Israel.
By Osama Al Sharif - Feb 26,2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is so determined to win another term in the country’s upcoming elections that he is willing to ally himself with the devil!
By Osama Al Sharif - Feb 19,2019
As the drama surrounding the so-called final battle against Daesh in Syria continues to unfold, the question on everyone’s mind is this: Has the terrorist group been defeated, as US President Donald Trump continues to claim?
By Osama Al Sharif - Feb 12,2019
Representatives from over 70 countries are expected to attend a two-day conference on the Middle East, which opens on Wednesday, in the Polish capital, Warsaw. The US-sponsored meeting was first announced by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a regional tour last month.
By Osama Al Sharif - Feb 06,2019
If 2018 was a particularly bad year for Palestinians, in the wake of a series of unilateral US administration decisions that included revising the status of occupied Jerusalem, affecting the provision of essential services by UNRWA to Palestine refugees, the suspension of politic
By Osama Al Sharif - Jan 29,2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s admittance last week that Israel had carried out massive airstrikes against Iranian targets in Syria, including a weapons’ depot in Damascus airport, marked a major change in policy.

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