Tag: Saudi Arabia

jen-psaki-is-not-an-idiot,-she-probably-just-doesn’t-know-anything-[video]
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Feb
2021

Jen Psaki is not an idiot, she probably just doesn’t know anything [Video]Jen Psaki is not an idiot, she probably just doesn’t know anything [Video]

Kayleigh McEnany was an information goddess while she was White House Press Secretary. A beautiful, overtly Christian and sharp-witted woman, she had the ability to simultaneously dazzle and infuriate the press in the daily briefings, often lighting the corrupt media on fire for not covering truly important news stories in their crazed search for dirt […]

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no-quick-fix-to-end-the-yemen-war
16

Feb
2021

No quick-fix to end the Yemen warNo quick-fix to end the Yemen war

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator US President Joe Biden wants to “End the Yemen War” by cutting support to the Saudi-led coalition and focusing on diplomacy to end the six-year conflict in one of the world’s poorest countries, which has brought 30 million Yemenis close to famine. The US has a history of looking […]

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yemeni-journalist:-“saudi-arabia-failed-in-yemen-despite-us-support”
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Feb
2021

Yemeni journalist: “Saudi Arabia failed in Yemen despite US support”Yemeni journalist: “Saudi Arabia failed in Yemen despite US support”

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Yemen has suffered through a violent war on its population by forces backed by Saudi Arabia for nearly seven years, during which 233,000 people have been killed, and has left the majority of the civilians’ dependent on aid, according to the UN. The Saudi-led Arab coalition, supported by the […]

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baghdad-blast-responsibility-in-question
26

Jan
2021

Baghdad blast responsibility in questionBaghdad blast responsibility in question

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator A deadly double suicide bombing ripped through a second-hand clothing market in Tayaran Square, located in Bab Al-Sharqi commercial district of Baghdad on Thursday.  Hassan Mohammed Al-Tamimi, Iraq’s Health Minister, said at least 32 people were killed and 110 others were wounded. Those at the scene report the bombers […]

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gulf-unity-as-the-curtain-falls-on-the-trump-term
07

Jan
2021

Gulf unity as the curtain falls on the Trump termGulf unity as the curtain falls on the Trump term

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The Persian Gulf monarchies have met today at the 41st annual six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit held at Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia.  This marks the first step toward ending a three-year diplomatic crisis that divided US defense partners. “The 41st summit marks the beginning of a new chapter for the GCC […]

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western-sahara-is-the-reward-to-morocco-for-recognizing-“israel”
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Dec
2020

Western Sahara is the reward to Morocco for recognizing “Israel”Western Sahara is the reward to Morocco for recognizing “Israel”

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator President Donald Trump announced on December 10 that Morocco had joined UAE, Bahrain, and Sudan in recognizing Israel, with plans to reopen its liaison office in Tel Aviv, and joint overflight rights for airlines. The US, Israel, and Morocco triangle included a quid pro quo: a US agreement to […]

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qatar-and-saudi-arabia-approach-historic-breakthrough
10

Dec
2020

Qatar and Saudi Arabia approach historic breakthroughQatar and Saudi Arabia approach historic breakthrough

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Since June 5, 2017, Saudi Arabia ordered a land, air, and sea blockade on Qatar and severed diplomatic ties, along with the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, and Bahrain. The self-styled “Anti-Terror Quartet” issued Doha 13 demands, including closing media outlets like Al Jazeera, ending ties with Iran, reducing […]

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obama-admits-his-failure-in-syria
25

Nov
2020

Obama admits his failure in SyriaObama admits his failure in Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Former US President Barack Obama has admitted in an interview with German channel NTV on Wednesday, November 18, that his administration failed to deal with Syria during his presidency. He was asked about the failures in his administration, and he answered, “In the area of foreign policy, the tragedy in Syria […]

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