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Khairallah Khairallah
Khairallah Khairallah

Khairallah Khairallah is an Arab columnist who was formerly Annahar's foreign editor (1976-1988) and Al-Hayat's managing editor (1988-1998).

Two Sudanese failures in one

The resignation of Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is indicative of a failure to establish a new balance in the country that could lay the foundation for a modern civil state.The resignation...

Al-Kadhimi and understanding the Iranian message

Esmail Ghani, commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, came to Baghdad to ask Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi whether he clearly understood the message behind his...

Kais Saeid is no coup leader

What Tunisian President Kais Saied has done is nothing but a step to salvage what can be salvaged from Tunisia. Clearly, the Tunisian president has strong support from security institutions, which...

Secondary sanctions would put Tehran and Hezbollah in an economic chokehold

The Trump administration’s restored Iran sanctions have started strong and are likely to become even stronger in the future. The US Treasury Department’s recent announcement that the...

Ignorance, the enemy of Lebanon

Hussam Saad Hariri has made his grandfather proud. Nothing lasts like investment in education and enrichment of one’s knowledge. This is what Rafiq Hariri, who insisted on educating thousands of...

On not losing the compass in Lebanon

Amid the deep crisis that Lebanon is suffering from on all levels, some events that are characterized with humor more than anything else happen every now and then. Among these events are for example a...

The assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh, one year on

A year ago, on December 4, 2017, Ali Abdullah Saleh put an end to a phase in Yemen’s history after the Houthis executed him. Ali Abdullah Saleh ended his own life when he thought he can trust...

Lebanon can wait too

It’s no secret that Lebanon is currently passing through a deep crisis as expressed by the inability to form a cabinet that can resolve the country’s serious problems. The crisis is open...