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Thursday 25 June 2015
Middle East Transparent is now in a phase of migration towards its new design. Readers are kindly requested to use the following link for the (...)

Al-Qaida ’cut off and ripped apart by Isis’

Thursday 11 June 2015
Ayman al-Zawahiri is isolated, scholars allied to him say.
{{Exclusive: Insiders say group has been drained of Middle East recruits and that US wrongfooted by shift in balance of power between warring (...)

Saudi Arabia and Israel Share a Common Opposition

Sunday 7 June 2015
{{By DAVID E. SANGERJUNE }} WASHINGTON — A new merging of strategic interests between Saudi Arabia and Israel was on display on Thursday as two (...)

The Middle East Has Four Minutes To Act If Iran Fires a Missile

Wednesday 3 June 2015
The technology can stop the missile, but politics are getting in the way.
{{By Marcus Weisgerber}} {{If Iran launches a ballistic missile at the Middle East, nuclear or not, Arab states would have as little as four (...)

Anbar First, Mosul Never?

Saturday 30 May 2015
Since regaining Tikrit, the Iraqi government has seemingly listened to Washington’s advice about delaying an undermanned campaign to retake Mosul, focusing instead on marshalling sufficient cross-sectarian forces in western Anbar province.
When Ramadi fell to the Islamic State (also called ISIS) on May 17, many believed that it was a turning point in the campaign in Iraq, (...)

Why the Saudis just blacklisted two Lebanese militants

Friday 29 May 2015
This week, Saudi Arabia just sanctioned two senior Hezbollah members, Khalil Harb and Muhammad Qabalan, for "terrorist actions." Both operatives (...)

Erdoğan blasts NY Times: ‘Who are you? Know your place’

Monday 25 May 2015
"Dark Clouds Over Turkey" (full text)
{ Hopefully, the Turks shall soon vote their president out of his wretched obsession to transform Turkey from a secular (imperfect-democratic) (...)

Kuwait Pavillion in the Milan Expo

Saturday 23 May 2015
{{From outside the pavilion looks like the white sails of a lost sailing ship: it was built by Italo Rota}}as a tribute to the {dhow}, the (...)

Hezbollah’s Victory in Qalamoun

Wednesday 20 May 2015
The group will no doubt continue helping the Assad regime hang on, but the war’s heavy attrition, Syria’s demographic realities, and rebel gains elsewhere in the country all point to a seemingly inevitable fall.
This weekend, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah gave a speech about the Lebanese Shiite militia's impending victory in the Syrian border district (...)

Declassified and released al-Qa’ida document mentions Al-Jazeera’s Ahmed Zaidan

Wednesday 20 May 2015
On 8 May 2015 [The Intercept->

AQAP’s infiltration of Yemen’s Sunni tribes reduces effectiveness of precision airstrikes

Monday 18 May 2015
sustains jihadists’ expansion
{Saudi-led airstrikes hit a site believed to be a munitions storage facility in Yemen's capital Sanaa on 12 May 2015. Source: PA } {{Ludovico (...)

Despite Saudi strikes, Yemen rebels remain dug in

Monday 18 May 2015
{{SANAA, Yemen (AP) — More than a month of relentless airstrikes by a coalition led by Saudi Arabia has inflicted painful damage on Shiite rebels (...)

Ethnic tensions spill onto Iranian soccer pitches

Saturday 16 May 2015
{Iranian Azeri Soccer Fans Burn the Iranian Flag} Against a backdrop of the violent redrawing of the map of the Middle East as minorities assert (...)

What Pakistan Knew About the Bin Laden Raid

Friday 15 May 2015
As Islamabad’s ambassador to Washington, I had an intimate view of the Pakistani response to the SEAL Team 6 operation. But I still have a few unanswered questions.
With a litany of unproved claims, veteran investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has revived discussion about the circumstances in which al Qaeda (...)

Iranian Aggression in the Gulf

Friday 15 May 2015
The latest provocation reinforces the need for any nuclear agreement with Iran to include strong enforcement mechanisms and swift and severe penalties for cheating.
Another commercial vessel has been fired on by Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf, just weeks after Iranian naval forces seized the M/V Maersk (...)

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