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Why Israel has an interest in a militant Iran

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Why Israel has an interest in a militant Iran

Why Israel has an interest in a militant Iran Despite the aggressive rhetoric. from Israel’s leaders, Israel benefits from Iran remaining a militant extremist regime. Israel has secretly supplied Iran with weapons and exploits the perception of Iran as a radical nation against the reality of Israel’s needs for a “bad guy” in the region…

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Special Adviser on Iran spells out war crimes of Qassem Suleimani and Iran

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Special Adviser on Iran spells out war crimes of Qassem Suleimani and Iran

Special Adviser on Iran spells out war crimes of Qassem Suleimani and Iran President Trump’s U.S. Special Representative for Iran and Senior Policy Advisor to Secretary of State Brian Hook presents briefing on expanded sanctions on Iran and takes questions from some reporters. Hook detailed specifics about Qassem Suleimani’s killing of Americans, but defends Israel against…

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Islamophobia or fun? Golden Globe winner Youssef suggests he was profiled during airport security check

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Islamophobia or fun? Golden Globe winner Youssef suggests he was profiled during airport security check

Islamophobia or fun? Golden Globe winner Youssef suggests he was profiled during airport security check Golden Globe winner Ramy Youssef videotapes his experience passing through Los Angeles Airport security with his Golden Globe Award carried in a special box as it passes through security, is opened and then wiped down. Afterwards, the TSA Agent jokes…

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AHRC expresses concern with dramatic developments in Middle East, urges Dialogue and Peace

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AHRC expresses concern with dramatic developments in Middle East, urges Dialogue and Peace

AHRC expresses concern with dramatic developments in Middle East, urges Dialogue and Peace The head of Greater Detroit’s largest Arab American civil rights organization urges restraint and calls for dialogue to avoid war with Iran, Iraq and United States. Imad Hamad, executive director of the American Human Rights Council express deep concern over spiraling events…

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Saudi tourism takes-off with China, UK, Malaysia, US, Canada topping list of new arrivals

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Saudi tourism takes-off with China, UK, Malaysia, US, Canada topping list of new arrivals

Saudi tourism takes-off with China, UK, Malaysia, US, Canada topping list of new arrivals New YouGov data shows one in five tourists are now more interested in visiting Saudi Arabia for a vacation. According to the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage, China, UK, Malaysia, United States and Canada top the list of new…

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Eight multinational corporations sued for allegedly financing attacks by al-Qaeda terrorists

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Eight multinational corporations sued for allegedly financing attacks by al-Qaeda terrorists

Eight multinational corporations sued for allegedly financing attacks by al-Qaeda terrorists Families of Americans killed and injured by al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists sue eight multinational corporations and Iran for allegedly financing the attacks. The families also filed a lawsuit claiming that Iran has provided material support to the terrorists Two lawsuits were filed today on behalf…

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