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Iran

Zarif hails Qatar’s success in resisting Saudi-led pressure

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has hailed Qatar for its success in resisting Saudi-led pressure and extortion from a…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi sacks 100 Islamic preachers for failing to condemn Muslim Brotherhood

The Saudi government has sacked 100 Islamic imams and preachers who gave sermons in mosques in Makkah and Al-Qassim because…

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Middle East

UAE pressure on Al-Azhar to issue anti-Muslim Brotherhood statement fails

Official sources have uncovered Emirati pressure on the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Ahmad Al-Tayeb to engage in the Saudi-Emirati campaign…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi Arabia: Muslim Brotherhood is terrorist!

Saudi Arabia scholar council called the Muslim Brotherhood organization and members terrorist and deviated, in a statement.Scholar council of Saudi…

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World

Egypt Arrests Top Muslim Brotherhood Leader after 7 Years in Hiding

The acting leader of Egypt’s largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, was arrested on Friday after seven years of speculations…

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Articles

Turkish Involvement In Yemen War: Goals And Outlook

After the unprecedented condemnation of the parties participating in the anti-Yemeni war and blasting the UAE in particular last month,…

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Articles

Saudi propaganda is demonizing Islam and the Palestinian cause

A recent report by the Saudi 24 news channel suggested that the Muslim Brotherhood was backing southern separatists in the…

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Saudi Arab

Talks between Saudi and Qatar to resolve ongoing PG dispute break down: Sources

Diplomatic sources say negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Qatar to resolve a bitter bilateral conflict and end a Persian Gulf…

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World

Egypt sentences dozens to life imprisonment for joining Daesh affiliate

An Egyptian court has sentenced at least 37 people to jail terms, including life imprisonment, for joining or supporting a…

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Saudi Arab

Amnesty expressing fear that prominent Saudi cleric will be sentenced to death

The trial of Saudi dissident cleric Sheikh Salman al-Awda is to resume Sunday after an almost six-month postponement, Amnesty International…

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