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Salman Al-Dossary

Salman Al-Dossary

Salman Al-Dossary is the former editor-in-chief of Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper.

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Did the Gaddafi Recordings Surprise You?

The lines of the Muslim Brotherhood conspiracy, which is led by Qatar, are growing increasingly clea

Return to Normal as Coronavirus Remains

Life returned to normal in Saudi Arabia on Sunday after nearly three months since lockdown was impos

A Reminder that the Qatar Crisis Has Entered its 4th Year

In its first year, the Qatar crisis used to be measured in months.

Twitter Battle: Political Stance or Marketing Stunt?

This time around, Twitter chose it battle well.

Coronavirus … Coexistence Is the Solution

Coexistence has always been a solution to many social issues, and today it is the most appropriate w

Have the Prices of Oil Collapsed?

Our generation is destined to witness unprecedented historic developments.

Coronavirus: Strict Rules and Order Save Lives

From now, people will know that nothing is unimaginable and that they need to rethink everything tha

Coronavirus: The Worst is Yet to Come

For the first time in nearly a hundred years, diseases are posing a greater danger to people than wa

Erdogan in The Trap Alone

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has long presented himself as a skillful player.

A Corona-free Umrah

In many countries around the world, starting internationally from China and passing regionally throu

Who Remembers the Qatar Crisis?

When the four countries (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE, and Bahrain) severed their relations with Qat

Turkey and Cloning Iranian Militias

It is probably the only case in the world where fighters would leave their own war-torn country to h

Iran and the Blackmail of Kuwait

No government has ever overcome obstacles in its relationship with Iran such as Kuwait, and no count

Is Libya Turkey’s Neighbor?

When a State has very aggressive political tools, it cannot use diplomacy, but rather fails in it.

Oman after Qaboos

The hardest challenge monarchies face is having their fate linked to a single man for several.

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