Egypt’s Sisi confirms militants almost defeated, ahead of poll

Friday, 23 March 2018

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Friday that militants in the Sinai Peninsula would soon be defeated as he visited troops three days ahead of the presidential election as he runs for a second term, state news agency MENA reported. Sisi has said he wanted more candidates to run for office, and the election commission says the vote will be free and fair. Last November Sisi ordered the armed forces to crush ISIS after an attack on a mosque that killed more than 300 people, in the ...

Egypt’s Sinai campaign, a fight on behalf of the region

Sunday, 18 March 2018

I wish the Arab media would highlight the importance of what Egypt has been doing in Sinai on behalf of all Arab and Gulf countries. The Egyptian army is conducting the biggest operation to flush out terrorists on various fronts. Before talking about the operation, we must beware that terror plans against Egypt are part of the new Middle East project which targeted us all and which aims to obliterate current Arab states and replace them with statelets of warring militias; as was witnessed in ...

Sawsan Al Shaer

Extremists’ temptations and seducing the ignorant

Tuesday, 6 March 2018

In September 1994, Saudi Arabia arrested dozens of Islamists on charges of incitement. Three months later, the late Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, then the Interior Minister, was on his way out of the al-Jawhara mosque in Jeddah after Friday prayers, surrounded by members of his entourage. A 22-year-old man named Salem called out to him, “O Nayef, fear Allah and release the clerics.” The prince frowned at Salem and left — but subsequently had his entourage invite the young man to ...

Mansour Alnogaidan

Egypt aborts suicide attack in Sinai, 11 terrorists killed

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

The Egyptian military forces hit and destroyed 20 targets and a number of headquarters used by terrorist elements as their base. The forces destroyed two car bombs and attacked with artillery bombardment 185 targets aiming at the hiding places, weapons and ammunition depots belonging to the terrorist elements based on confirmed information on these targets. The statement said that the military forces foiled a suicide attack set to target the armed forces. Four high-risk terrorists wearing ...

How Qatar covers up its dark side with the likes of Neymar

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

After the four countries, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, cut ties with Doha, two parties that have nothing to do with each other rushed to defend Qatar. The first one is a group of the most famous terrorists, some of whom are in battlefields, and the other is a group of the most famous football players. Abdullah al-Muhaysini, a terrorist in Al-Nusra Front which branched from al-Qaeda organization condemned boycotting Qatar and called for ending the boycott via a video ...

Mamdouh AlMuhaini

Yemeni army gains control over Qaeda strongholds in Hadhramaut

Friday, 23 February 2018

With the help of the Arab Coalition, the Yemeni national army has gained full control of an al-Qaeda stronghold, Wadi al-Misini, west of Mukalla city in Hadhramaut governorate. The army killed nearly 20 armed members from the organization and arrested several others during the operation. The commander of the elite brigade, Brigadier Mounir Karama al-Tamimi, said on Thursday that the armed forces found large quantities of ammunition, IEDs and explosives in the terrorist organization’s ...

King Salman calls Sisi: Saudi Arabia keen on Egypt's security

Friday, 16 February 2018

Saudi King Salman expressed his support of Egypt's President Abdelfattah al-Sisi in the battle against terror, during a phone call, on Friday. King Salman affirmed Saudi Arabia's keenness on the security and stability of Egypt and its support of the diligent efforts to combat terrorism, Saudi Press Agency reported. During the call, the two leaders discussed means of enhancing the distinguished relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt in all fields and reviewed regional ...

Houthi militia kidnap, blow up prisoner in Yemen’s al-Baydah governorate

Friday, 9 February 2018

The Houthi militia have heartlessly blown up the body of a prisoner in Yemen’s al-Baydah governorate, it has been revealed. According to reports, Houthi militias kidnapped Mohammad al-Uzli last month in the Burkan district of al-Baydah governorate and then moved him to an unknown destination. According to eyewitnesses Uzli, from Mukayras directorate in al-Bayda governorate, was seen transported in a vehicle belonging to Houthi militia near the governorate’s commercial area. He was ...

How Qatar has planted mines of extremism

Monday, 22 January 2018

The largest mine planted in the Arab culture is the mine of extremism which should have been removed from the beginning by solidifying the spirit of tolerance and societal co-existence and strengthening critical approaches within the education system. This mine remained latent and it finally exploded in 1967 following the defeat at the Six-Day War. Historians believe that the date of defeat marks the beginning of reviving the spirit of extremism which was latent during the liberal phase in the ...

Mamdouh AlMuhaini

Scores injured as Indonesia stock exchange building lobby floor collapses

Monday, 15 January 2018

A mezzanine floor overlooking the main lobby of the Indonesian Stock Exchange building collapsed on Monday, injuring scores of people, many of them students, under slabs of concrete and other debris. The high-rise building, constructed in the late 1990s, is part of a two-tower complex in the heart of the financial district and houses dozens of other offices including the World Bank. It was the target of a car bombing by Isis militants in September 2000. Police ruled out a bomb as a cause of ...

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