The United States, Saudi Arabia and Israel, responsible for military fiascos, hundreds of thousands of deaths and innumerable war crimes in the Middle East, are now plotting to attack Iran.
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Boris Johnson’s Saudi WhatsApps Stay Secret
The government has rejected an FOI request for messages that may have passed between the prime minister and MbS in January, a month with some of the worst air strikes on civilians in Yemen, Phil Miller reports.
THE ANGRY ARAB: What Arab Media Is Saying About Ukraine
Perceptions of the conflict are being shaped by the agendas of the Arab governments that own the media, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
The Propaganda Engulfing Jamal Khashoggi
As’ad AbuKhalil writes this “friend” of Western journalists was close to the ruthless regime, even to the commander of his own eventual assassination squad. He’ll be remembered as the servant of Saudi princes and an early champion of bin Laden.
Watch CN Live! Special on Saudi Arabia—Episode 12
Watch CN Live!‘s Episode 12 tonight at 8 pm EDT for a Special on Saudi Arabia that delves into US-Saudi relations, Israeli-Saudi relations and the internal politics of the Kingdom.
The Saudi-US Crisis Will Pass
U.S.-Saudi ties have withstood crises in the past and will withstand this one, says As’ad AbuKhalil.
As a Saudi Citizen in Exile, I Know What the Regime Does to Silence its Critics
As a Saudi citizen exiled in Washington, D.C., since 2000, Ali al Ahmed has experienced first-hand what the Saudi government is willing to do to silence its critics inside and outside the country.
The Khashoggi Affair and the Future of Saudi Arabia
If the Saudi power structure were to crumble in the wake of the Khashoggi scandal there would be chaos at home and a shift in power around the Gulf, says Daniel Lazare.
How Yasser Arafat Led the Palestinians to Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’
Compromises made by the late PLO leader have the paved the way for the most humiliating deal offered the Palestinians yet, comments As’ad AbuKhalil.
Thoughts on the Saudi-Israeli Connection
Israel and Saudi Arabia are making strange bedfellows but there are reasons for the emergence of their de facto alliance, as Lawrence Davidson explains.