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he Egyptian liberal intellectual, 'Amr Isma'il accuses that the main issue is Arab culture that externalizes the guilt, irresponsibility, and inability to change the culture (www.elaph.com, October 31, 2004 - MEMRI, November 19, 2004, No. 816): "Why can't the Arabs see things as the rest of the world? Why do we always feel that someone is conspiring against us, and that he is the cause of our problems, our cultural and economic backwardness? Why are we not able to criticize ourselves? Why do we talk by means of bullets, car bombs, and violence of suicide bombing?

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onflicts in Middle East resembling a new World War launched by Bush administration to ensure energy security, are now focused on Syria where many foreign powers, led by USA one the one hand and Russia on the other, are targeting Muslims in Sunni nation ruled by a Shiite Assad who apparently wants to rule the nation of Syrians forever.

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n 15 July 2016, Turkey faced a coup attempt. This attempt was a terrorist attack on Turkey. This attack, which took place outside the chain of command of the Turkish Armed Forces, has failed. Those who carried out this attack are traitors belonging to Fethullah Terrorist Organization (FETO). These traitors closed the Bosphorus Bridge, made low flights with warplanes, and went out to the streets with tanks.

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umanity scurvies on hopes! With a new regime in place in USA, hopes are indeed very about the feasibility of establishment of much delayed Palestine state whose lands Israel occupies with US baking. Now all eyes are on the progress and process of establishing Palestine state.

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n a way as to assure the global community of the serious approach of USA in changing political atmosphere following the presidential poll, US President-elect Donald Trump said he wants to put an end to the Israel-Palestinian conflict and thereby bring to the Mideast region.

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he Iraqi Security Forces, the "Golden Eagles" have pushed deeply into eastern Mosul, while the same Shiite Iraqi Forces and the Kurdish Peshmerga fighters operate both in the East and, especially, in the South of the peripheral area of the city.

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n today’s shifting world order, energy geopolitics subjects to nation-states’ political and economic interests rather than physical control of energy resources. It also refers to the pivotal ability to impose prices on energy products, even to gain broad access to the wealthy energy resources through imposing leverage power by wealthy states over other countries in order to retain their multi-dimensional access to well-off energy reservoirs.

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he two major non-Arab countries Iran and Turkey have the significant and most populated geographical locations in the region. From a historical perspective, it is clear that both of them have long shared similarities and differences regarding religion, national identity, populations, energy factor and etc.

Syrians have been passing five consecutive years under fierce conflict and there is yet no sign of peace. However, the failed meetings and the “talk-shop” conferences among local and regional parties led by the global powers have been continuing in usual intervals.

The Tunisian President, Beji Caid Essebsi, attended the US-Africa Business forum, which took place in New York last week, with a significant participation of leaders and investors from both the US and Africa. Being invited as a guest of Honor by President Obama, Essebsi’s visit to the US was an Endeavour to upgrade Tunisia-Africa relations and bring back foreign investment to the country.

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