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A Message Coming from Moscow: ISIS is recovering

Four members of the Islamic State organisation “ISIS” carried out a shooting attack on the “Crocus City Hall” music concert in Moscow on Friday evening, killing over 100 people, according to a statement from the organisation’s A’maq agency. The operation has raised many questions, ranging from scepticism about the identity of the perpetrators, despite the organisation’s statement, to the reasons…

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American Interests and Public Opinion during the War on Gaza

As the United States enters a crucial election season, the pace of American popular protests against the Israeli war on Gaza rises daily, and the voices calling for a ceasefire expand. Within these protests, there are condemnations of the direct American role in supporting Israel and obstructing international efforts to end the war. Sharp criticisms of the U.S. President label…

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Satloff’s Notes and the Zionist Lobbying

The executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Robert Satloff, presented his observations following his regional tour last month to several countries. These observations carry the same ideas he seeks to emphasize, whether he visited the region or not (with slight differences, some related to Saudi comfort following their agreement with Iran). They indicate a shared Arab…

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The Anti-Normalization Act with the Assad Regime

Summary: The United States House of Representatives voted by a large majority on the “Anti-Normalisation with the Assad Regime” bill on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. If it completes its legislative process and becomes law, it will decisively influence U.S. policy towards countries that are open to the Assad regime. This will have implications for Arab countries, particularly Jordan, which may…

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The Dawn of the New Regional Order in the aftermath of the War

The current discussions, negotiations, and debates surrounding the aftermath of today’s war on Gaza go beyond the search for the future of the region, its political formulation, and who will govern it. The focus extends to the Palestinian issue as a whole, involving planning and thinking about the future of the entire region and its regional system, especially from the…

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Hamas at a fateful Crossroads

There are many political and symbolic gains achieved with the Al-Aqsa Flood operation, and the legendary steadfastness of the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, of which the most important achievement was the restoration of respect for the Palestinian cause globally, the return of the idea of ​​a “two-state solution” to the table, and the collapse of…

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The aftermath of the US attack on Iraq

It became clear that since receiving news of the bombing of the Al-Burj 22 base northeast of Jordan, which resulted in the deaths of three American soldiers and the injuries of dozens, the US administration has delineated the scope of its response through statements made at the time by Pentagon Deputy Spokesperson Sabrina Singh. She indicated the involvement of the…

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The Attack on the “American Military Base”

The recent drone attack on an American military base along the Jordanian-Syrian border has cast a veil of uncertainty over unfolding details, with repercussions expected to manifest in the coming days. Currently known are the American losses: three soldiers dead and thirty wounded. The media and political arenas are ablaze with rhetoric and controversy, engaging in a heated debate about…

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Jordan and the question of the upcoming parliamentary elections

While the winds seem to be moving towards holding parliamentary elections in Jordan this year, as scheduled, there is still debate in political circles as to whether the party scene is ready and whether the new parties that are supposed to have the ability to compete and clash with the street are able to run in the elections effectively?! On…

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The Changing Arab Public Opinion after October

The latest poll, conducted by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, reveals significant political indicators. The survey sampled 8,000 respondents from 16 Arab countries, including the Gulf countries (excluding the UAE and Bahrain), Yemen, the Arab Levant (Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, West Bank Palestinians, excluding Syria), and the North African countries (Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania), Which…

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