In the current era of decadence, nearly all republics, monarchies and princely regimes in the Arab region prefer the value of blood, kinship and anxiety over freedom, competence and political participation. Jordan is no exception.
Where is the truth? What are the results of the investigation? Why is the judiciary not making any statements? These are but a few of the many painful questions asked by the families of the victims of the Beirut Port explosion. More than six months have passed, and not one official has been held accountable for the biggest crime in Lebanon’s history.
As soon as President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi grabbed power in 2013, efforts were launched to eradicate everything related to the 2011 revolution. Recently, the authorities have opted for a happy pink to pretty things up…
The beginning of the end for Rami Makhlouf started when his aunt, Anisa Makhlouf, the mother of Bashar Al-Assad, passed away. This resulted in the leadership in the Republican Palace shifting from Anisa Makhlouf to Asma Al-Assad, who seems to be working on restructuring the Syrian economy.