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Dalia Aqidi
Dalia Aqidi

Dalia Aqidi is a news analyst and TV anchor based in the United States and a contributor to Al Arabiya English. Her twitter handle is @Dalia30.

Qatar, Turkey performed power plays to damage Saudi Arabia: US expert

For two years, the US President Donald Trump has been trying to undo several decisions and agreements made by his predecessor, Barak Obama, that have caused a lot of concern and distress in the...

Nasrallah son on US terror list became influential working with militant allies

The name Jawad Nasrallah, the son of Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, did not come up much in Washington DC circles until he was recently designated as a “global...

US experts question anonymous sources, leaks in Khashoggi case

When the Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir announced that the kingdom was holding to account those responsible for Jamal Khashoggi’s death, the US State Department announced that...

Will Nikki Haley block diplomatic immunity to Qatar hacking ringleader?

Before she officially resigns from her post as US ambassador to the UN the end of 2018, Nikki Haley will decide on whether she will block diplomatic immunity for an alleged “paid agent of...

Analysts: Calls for disruption to US-Saudi ties a ‘two-sided disaster’

As the United States anticipate the results of its midterm elections, Middle East observers and analysts are debating whether a swing in either congress or senate would spell a disruption to the...

US military expert: Saudi Arabia is strategic security partner for Washington

While the calls on US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the US-Saudi arms deal continue, military experts emphasize that the arms deals was important for Washington and Riyadh since it is not...

‘Muslim Brotherhood’ is a global threat: US Expert

Efforts continue in Washington D.C. to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization due to its global activities. Hillel Fradkin, Director of the Center on Islam, Democracy and the...

Ex-UN envoy, ringleader of Qatar hacking in US, using Morocco card to save himself?

An alleged ringleader of a Qatari-backed hacking operation that targeted prominent Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit on the grounds that he has diplomatic...