• Paper:

    Taliban: 7 months of rule, 11 cases of violations

    Following the developments in Afghanistan last year and the President Ashraf Ghani's fleeing from the country and the fall of the Kabul government and Taliban takeover of the power and the announcement of the Islamic Emirate foundation in this country, there have been different approaches among Afghan and foreign experts about the discourse and policy the group ...

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    Bahrain Uprising: 11 Years On

    In 2011 when the young Tunisian street vendor Mohammad Bouazizi set himself on fire, he triggered strong waves of anti-government protests in his country and inspired others in the Arab world. These protests with a popular nature were insistent on toppling the dictatorships and forming democratic political systems. Dubbed Arab spring, Arab uprisings, and Islamic awakening, these movements seriously questioned the credibility of theory about Middle East exception from reaching democracy and thus grabbed regional and international attention.

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    Saudi ballistic missiles program: From past to date

    Every year, the research centers publish lists of the world's biggest arms buyers. In this enormous international market, the names of the Arab states of Persian Gulf always come on top. Saudi Arabia, for example, with world's largest oil reserves and one of the main producers and exporters of this strategic commodity has a major weight as a weapons buyer among other Persian Gulf monarchies.

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    Hamas: 34 years of unwavering resistance

    The movement today celebrates the 34th anniversary of its founding as it has been able to make significant progress in its resistance and struggle strategy, and changing its defensive approach to offensive one, it remarkably managed to prevent Israeli advancement of plans in Gaza, Al-Quds (Jerusalem), and West Bank.

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  • Paper: What’s driving growing Egyptian role in Yemen?

    Over the past few months, Egypt showed growing interest in the Yemeni developments. Cairo’s invitation of the prime minister of the government of resigned President Abdrabbah Mansour Hadi in July, and the meeting of the non-resident Egyptian ambassador with the head of the separatist Southern Transitional Council (STC) this month,...

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  • Significance of Fridays in Islam in eyes of God

    Friday was chosen by God as a dedicated day of worship in Islam. While there is no special place or special time to worship God, there are moments, days, or times that God has made more superior; Friday is one of those times.

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  • Paper: Four key points about US-Israeli proposal to Syria

    While covert and overt foreign meddling in the Lebanese developments in the past few months already intensified the political and economic crisis in the country, Washington is struggling to exploit the popular protests in Lebanon as a launching pad to reserve the defeats it sustained from the Axis of Resistance in the regional developments.

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