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Saudi Arabia’s feud with Canada shows the true colours of its regime

TruthNGO- When Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) came to power in 2015 he promised to modernise the Saudi kingdom with his “Vision 2030”. He opened cinemas, and allowed women to drive and attend sports events. Seeing this, several western media figures became his cheerleaders, believing him to be the long-awaited liberal reformer who would transform the country for the …

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Secret Trials in Saudi Arabia for al- Awda and al-Qarni and 6 others

TruthNGO- The Arabian Twitter account “Prisoners of Conscie” declares of Saudi authorities’ intention to hold secret trials in the coming days of eight of the most prominent detainees since last September, including Advocates Salman al- Awda and Awad al-Qarni. The account also confirmed that Sheikh Ali bin Abbar al-Zaal – one of the elders of Shammar – is among the detainees …

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American Strategy in the Middle East Is on Its Last Legs

TruthNGO-The security environment in the Middle East may be the most complex on earth, with an intricate, volatile and sometimes shifting mixture of destabilizing forces and hostilities. There are deadly power struggles within and between nations. And behind it all is the Middle East’s massive oil production, on which the global economy depends. As written by Steven Metz on Worldpoliticsreview, …

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Egypt’s human rights situation going from bad to worse under Al-Sisi’s military rule

TruthNGO- Egyptians have been exposed to enforced disappearance, torture, negligence, death in prison, mass trials, and executions under Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s military rule. Having jailed tens of thousands of political opponents since the military’s removal of democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi in 2013, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s government has been repressing Egyptians through enforced disappearance, torture, negligence, death in prison, mass …

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On Saudi-led Coalition’s Recruited Blackwater to Fight against Yemen

TruthNGO- It’s been almost three years that Saudi-led coalition has put all its efforts to tackle with the Yemeni Houthi fighters since 2015 but all their efforts went up in smoke and the failure disclosed to the whole world. Then the coalition made a plan to appeal to an extrinsic factor; the Blackwater a US private military-security company paid to …

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Human Rights Activist Yasser al-Ayyaf Arrested by Saudi Security Forces

TruthNGO– The Organization Advocating for human Rights- ALQST announced that Saudi National Security forces has recently arrested Yasser al-Ayyaf- a human rights activist on Tuesday 31 of July. The report says the security forces raided on his home and took him to an unknown location without telling why and where they were taking him. According to the report, the security …

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American Pravda: Jews and Nazis

TruthNGO- Around 35 years ago, I was sitting in my college dorm-room closely reading the New York Times as I did each and every morning when I noticed an astonishing article about the controversial new Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Shamir. Back in those long-gone days, the Gray Lady was strictly a black-and-white print publication, lacking the large color photographs of rap stars …

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Saudi Arabia Rebuked by US Congress for Failing to End Yemen War

TruthNGO– Saudi Arabia’s military intervention in Yemen enters its fourth year and the U.S. lawmakers from both parties are running out of patience with a campaign that has left thousands of civilians dead and helped trigger one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. America’s role in the Saudi-led war on Yemen disregarding the huge humanitarian toll and voices in Congress …

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The So-called Prince MBS is taking Saudi Arabia Back to the Dark Ages

TruthNGO-However, the current crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman (or MBS, as he is commonly referred to), who is positioned as the kingdom’s leader among the royal family’s newest generation, seems intent upon taking the kingdom back to the norms of pre-modern Saudi Arabia. He has endorsed absolute monarchy more firmly and vociferously than any of his predecessors. As reported by …

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