Tag Archives: al-Jazeera

Saudi-Qatari rift: Submission is survival

By Ameen Izzadeen In the sea of world politics, it is a norm that the big fish eats the small fish. For small States, sovereignty is a myth. When the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) was formed in 1981, some … Continue reading

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Evidence that the US sponsored coup leaders

By Ameen Izzadeen Two months before Mohammed Morsi was unceremoniously thrown out of office at gunpoint, a PEW poll gave him an approval rate of 53 per cent. No leader in the so-called Tamarod (Rebellion) movement which together with the … Continue reading

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People power for lasting peace

Former al-Jazeera chief calls for empowerment of civil society By Ameen Izzadeen A world renowned journalist who promotes the ideals of democratic participation, an informed citizenry, multi-stakeholder dialogue and social justice, has warned that wealth and power, when they are … Continue reading

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Palestine Papers: Who planted this plot?

By Ameen Izzadeen If the Al-Jazeera revelations are true, then the Palestinian Authority, perhaps, is one of the greatest deceptions in the intrigue-ridden politics of West Asia. But is it? Don’t jump to hasty conclusions. Never would the Palestinian people, … Continue reading

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