Palestinian Toddler Succumbs to His Wounded Inflected by Israeli ForcesThe four-year-old Palestinian child has succumbed to his wounds four days after being shot by Israeli regime forces during a clampdown on a group of Palestinian protesters participating in an anti-occupation rally along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories.
Russian Strategic Bombers Land in VenezuelaRussian Tu-160 strategic bombers landed in Venezuela’s Caracas on Monday following a 1,000-kilometer flight, showcasing Moscow’s growing military prowess and shoring up the position of Venezuela’s embattled president, Nicolás Maduro.
Arafat’s Assassination Approved by Saudis: Senior AdviserDeath of the late leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Yasser Arafat, was not natural and he was actually assassinated, with Saudi Arabia approving the decision to assassinate him, a former senior adviser to Arafat revealed.
Khashoggi Hit Squad Was Briefing Riyadh: TapeOne of the assassins of Jamal Khashoggi was briefing someone on the phone as the dissent Saudi Journalist’s dismembering progressed, the full transcript of his murder in Kingdom’s consulate in Turkey shows.
Saudi king Salman has officially invited Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to participate in the upcoming [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC) summit, which is set to take place in the Saudi capital city of Riyadh later this month.
In 2016, the Wall Street Journal, reported that the US will support an Arabic plan to initiate “Arab NATO”, aimed at confronting what they call the growing Iran influence in the region. calls for the initiative renewed on Friday, when US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hosted a meeting of top Arab diplomats in New York to push forward the plan to establish the NATO-like regional alliance.
Qatar condemned Saudi Arabia for barring its citizens from performing hajj in Mecca, Saying Saudi Riyadh had shut down an electronic system used by travel agencies to obtain permits for pilgrims from Qatar.
There was much bonhomie as a few dozen people, including members of Congress and U.S. administration officials, gathered last week for dinner in a posh Washington neighborhood in honor of Qatar’s foreign minister.