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On Daraj

Tarek Ismail
Hezbollah knows, and so do we, that it has a “veto” right, represented by “its armed force”. We should also be aware of why the party has always insisted on giving this armed force its constitutional legitimacy, through the triad of “the army, the people and the resistance”.
Mustafa Ibrahim
Officials in the UAE were offended when the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly denied his approval of the F-35 jets deal, and the following public discourse about the matter in Israel.
Viken Cheterian
Turkey seems to be engaged in all directions, not in dialogue but in wars and aggressive geopolitical competition.
Abeer Mohsen – Yemeni Journalist
The law in Yemen is selective and discriminatory against women, focusing it’s restrictions on the shops and centers where they worked, while other shops belonging to men were left open without any threats.
Pascale Sawma
In great awe, we watched their leaked pictures after the meeting, which took place on the quiet away from the media. It was as if we just found out that Fairouz was real, that she has a house, a laugh and that her door was open… but not for us.
Majed Kayyali- Palestinian writer
The step UAE took towards normalizing relationships with Israel paved the way to a new stage in Arab-Israeli relations, as it placed the Palestinian Cause on the shelf, brushed Arab rights aside, and turned a blind eye to the real face of Israel as a colonial, settler, racist, and religious state in the Arab world.
Charbel EL-Khoury
It seems that the president, who has always publicly hurled swear words around, has changed his mind and does not appreciate insults anymore. As he grew older and became the president, he became more “decent” as well, and now General Michel Aoun cannot stand any criticism, nor annoying questions.
Gelbert Achkar
Macron is striving to breathe life into the coalition and the two mandates, in an endeavor to reinforce a third mandate, that of the French Mediator.
Hazem El Amin- Lebanese writer and journalist
Lebanon is at a truly pivotal moment, and its existence is at stake. In this critical moment, Saad Hariri, Najib Mikati, Fouad Siniora, and Tammam Salam have decided that an undistinguished man, whose biography has been stained with many flaws, shall shoulder this enormous responsibility.
Manahel Alsahoui
Why now? Why are women daring to expose harassers and supporters of their abuse? This is happening because women are angry and tired of waiting for the law and protection.
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