December 2, 2022
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The United Arab Emirates, the United States, and the World Climate Summit

By Maria Maalouf A version of this article in Arabic first appeared in Al-Ain. In recent decades, the United Arab Emirates has demonstrated its ability to adapt to crises and create safer and more sustainable alternatives in all economic, production, and service sectors, including clean energy. It is investing $100 billion in clean energy projects, […]

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US Response to Iran Protests

by Jackson Richman Iranian women have taken to the streets to cut their hair, take off their hijabs and burn them not in calling for reform, but for regime change. The United States must support these demonstrators.   Prominent retired CIA officer Marc Polymeropoulos said on Lebanese journalist Maria Maloof’s show, The Capitol, that while the […]

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Basindowah discusses with German officials the latest events in Yemen

Dr. Wesam Basindowah, head of the Yemeni Coalition for Independent Women, held talks with a number of officials in the German Foreign Ministry and specialists in the Middle East and the Arab Gulf, in addition to German parliamentarians and civil society organizations. This is part of a series of meetings that took place during a […]

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The Muslim Brotherhood’s Anti-Semitism

by Jackson Richman The Egyptian cleric Youssef al-Qaradawi died last week at the age of 96. He was beloved by the Muslim Brotherhood, an anti-Semitic terrorist group. Founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1928, the Brotherhood’s anti-Semitism runs deep. It supported the Nazis and Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, the grand mufti of Jerusalem who was a close […]

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Labor Force Integration in Saudi Arabia

by Sultan Alateeg Labor Force Integration in Saudi Arabia Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations seek to increase the number of citizens working in the private sector to deal with the influx of new workers. They have implemented workforce nationalization programs to reverse two aspects of their labor markets: the preference for hiring citizens for positions […]

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Dr Wissam Basindawa briefs the European Parliament Presidency on the humanitarian situation in Yemen

Dr Wissam Basindawa briefs the European Parliament Presidency on the humanitarian situation in Yemen Dr. Wissam Basindouh, President of the Yemeni Coalition for Independent Women, had a brief exchange followed by a photo session with the president if the European Parliament Mrs Roberta Metsola who was hosted in her office in the Parliament, and a […]

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Al-Houthi and the Suppression of Religious Freedom. What’s Next?

By Adel Al-Ahmadi   Many years after the ado about the violations by the Iranian-backed Houthi militias and their attempt to impose their religious beliefs and prevent their religious opponents from practicing their beliefs, the month of Ramadan this year was different. As it undoubtfully revealed an unprecedented escalation in the attacks against those who […]

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Houthi Abuses Against Women Shock the Conscience, Yemen Coalition of Independent Women Testifies in Geneva

According to Irina Tsukerman, Human Rights Lawyer and Editor-in-Chief of the Washington Outsider, who spoke in Geneva on the sidelines of the 47th UNHRC session, Wesam Basindowah, the head of March 8th Women’s Bloc explained that women traditionally had a special exalted statues in Yemen’s society, but the Iran-backed Houthi militia and their followers, embracing […]

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