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By Walid M. Sadi - Oct 20,2018
Every war or military encounter when waged has a goal in mind either military or political that could be realised through the barrel of the gun. Hamas must have an agenda in mind when it wages a weekly confrontation with Israel, presumably to extract from Israel some ma
By Walid M. Sadi - Oct 13,2018
President Donald Trump has been called all sorts of names and charged with a variety of offences, most of them grave enough to have caused his down fall either by impeachment or a forced resignation.Trump has been accused of womanising, tax evasion, not telling the truth on repea
By Walid M. Sadi - Oct 07,2018
Now that the judges sitting on the Constitutional Court have all, with exception of one, reached the end of their term, the government has a golden opportunity to think anew about this court and whether it is really necessary in view of the fact that the Prime Minister Omar Razza
By Walid M. Sadi - Sep 30,2018
Maxime Bernier is, or rather was, a member of the Canadian Conservative Party who decided to split off and form his own brand of conservative party, called the People’s Party, after losing the election for the leadership of the mother Conservative Party.
By Walid M. Sadi - Sep 23,2018
The new UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) Michelle Bachelet was barely at her new office when she clashed with Italy over refugee issues.
By Walid M. Sadi - Sep 15,2018
In his speech at the University of Jordan's Centre of Strategic Studies last week, Prime Minister Omar Razzaz outlined many features of his policies, the main challenges that the country faces and how he intends to go about addressing them to the best of his abilit
By Walid M. Sadi - Sep 08,2018
US President Donald Trump is being inundated with and beleaguered by ever-increasing crises since he came to power, on the top of which till now could be the threat being posed by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is left with a mandate to unravel the entire narr
By Walid M. Sadi - Sep 01,2018
According to Greater Amman Municipality sources, some 73,000 sheep were "sacrificed" in the capital city during the recently-ended Eid Al Adha. No doubt other cities and towns in the country had similar high number of sacrifices for the holy occasion.
By Walid M. Sadi - Aug 25,2018
If, for the sake of the argument, one can say that Daesh and the like movements are figuratively speaking developing a virus that is contagious, then the most effective way to combat them is by strengthening the immune strength of countries of the region.
By Walid M. Sadi - Aug 18,2018
The term "Arab world" is for now at least a misnomer because there is no such a thing in real terms in this era of time.

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