Posts Tagged “Iran”

Al-Jazeera abandoned commitment to fairness, coddles extremists

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Al-Jazeera abandoned commitment to fairness, coddles extremists

Al-Jazeera abandoned commitment to fairness, coddles extremists In their confrontation with Qatar, the Gulf Cooperation Council has demanded that Al-Jazeera close its doors. That may sound tough and extreme to some given its many years of battling racism and discrimination in America. But in recent years, Al-Jazeera’s has made a steady downward slide away from…

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Unpredictable Trump just what Arab World needs

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Unpredictable Trump just what Arab World needs

Unpredictable Trump just what Arab World needs My column at the Arab News this weeks discusses the reality of President Donald Trump and how his unpredictability is exactly what the Arab World needs today to undermine the fanatics, destroy the terrorist regime of Bashar al-Assad and achieve peace between Palestine and Israel By Ray Hanania…

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Vice President Pence meets with Jordan’s King

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Vice President Pence meets with Jordan’s King

Vice President Pence meets with Jordan’s King Trump administration moves to reinforce ties with moderate Arab World leaders. Speaks with leaders of United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia the day before Vice President Michael Pence, representing President Donald Trump, held its first meeting on Monday Jan. 30, 2017 with His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan…

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Real threat facing the Middle East is Iranian extremism

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Real threat facing the Middle East is Iranian extremism

Real threat facing the Middle East is Iranian extremism Published in the Arab News, Oct. 13, 2016 By Ray Hanania Although much is made of the rising threat of ISIS and al-Qaeda in the Middle East, one axis more threatening, is the violent coalition of Syria and Hezbollah, led by Iran. Iran is one of…

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New American TV show fuels more anti-Arab stereotypes

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New American TV show fuels more anti-Arab stereotypes

New American TV show fuels more anti-Arab stereotypes By Ray Hanania (Creators Syndicate, all rights reserved) In 1991, MGM in Hollywood produced a film that it called “Not Without My Daughter.” The movie is about an American woman who marries an Iranian man in the United States and, after having a young daughter, the husband…

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إيران وإسرائيل وخطر الحرب النووية

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إيران وإسرائيل وخطر الحرب النووية

إيران وإسرائيل وخطر الحرب النووية بقلم راي حنانيه Iran, Israel and the threat of nuclear war إذا ما تعلق الأمر بالأمن العالمي ليس هناك أيّ مجال للشك أن كل الجهود الممكنة يجب أن تُبذل لمنع إيران من صنع السلاح النووي. ولكن إيران ليست الوحيدة على هذه اللائحة. ففي مجال السلاح النووي تجتمع إيران وإسرائيل والنفاق…

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Iran, Israel and the threat of nuclear war

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Iran, Israel and the threat of nuclear war

Iran, Israel and the threat of nuclear war Saudi Gazette, November 24, 2013 By RAY HANANIA When it comes to the safety of the world, there is absolutely no doubt that every effort should be made to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. But, Iran isn’t alone on that list. When it comes to…

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Muslims must be more supportive of Christian Arabs

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Muslims must be more supportive of Christian Arabs Saudi Gazette Newspaper Sunday, October 06, 2013 By Ray Hanania Recently, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a rightwing anti-peace Zionist, met with a Christian Orthodox priest from Nazareth, Father Gabriel Nadaf, to discuss ways Christian Arabs could become more a part of Israel. The meeting enraged Muslim…

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Arab world’s failure to use strategic communications

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Arab world’s failure to use strategic communications Saudi Gazette Newspaper, Sunday, September 29, 2013 By RAY HANANIA Immediately after the terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001, the US government launched a communications strategy to change how people in the Arab world view Americans. It involved creating media in Arabic targeting mainstream Arabs and…

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Arab Spring brings uncertainty to Middle East Christians

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Chaldean Detroit Times: Arab Spring brings uncertainty to Middle East Christians By Ray Hanania For the Christians of the Arab World, change is not always good. The Arab Spring has brought much uncertainty for Christians living in the Arab World. Their challenges have been excluded from Arab Spring demands. Over the years, Christian Arabs, who…

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