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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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The Historic IPO Was No Dream

Every Saudi success story endures a large deal of skepticism before it proves itself and goes on to

The Fall of The Alliance of Evil Against Saudi Arabia

No one was surprised with the publishing of intelligence documents that revealed Iranian interferenc

Iraq’s Last Cure Is to Cut off Iran

The political scene in Iraq, since its creation in 1921, has been different than that in any other A

Hezbollah In The Eye Of The Storm

Following all political forces, Hezbollah has faced the popular protests in Lebanon, and considered

The Swamp of The Turkish Syria Invasion

The strategy adopted by the Turkish government in all its policies is perhaps to hide the real goals

Saudi Aramco Attacks… Saudi Gains, Iranian Losses

It is indisputable that the Iranian attack on the vital Aramco oil installations is a serious politi

The Solution Is With Iran

Statements launched by countries around the world to condemn and denounce a criminal or terrorist ac

So that the Iranian Crescent Doesn’t Become a Full Moon

Whenever Saudi Arabia warns of the danger of another Hezbollah clone in Yemen, a negative and hesita

Lebanon Is Bigger Than Hassan

For decades, Nasrallah has been the ruler in Lebanon. He orders and he is obeyed.

Southern Yemenis and Their Frivolous Battles

Ataq, the capital of Shabwa province in Yemen, witnessed another battle with limited calculations ov

Success of Hajj is Not Extraordinary

The success of the Hajj pilgrimage is no longer an extraordinary feat, but it has become a rule.

Qatar’s Isolation... The Best Is Yet to Come

In just about a month: the media revealed the famous conversation of a Qatari ambassador, in which h

Erdogan… 'The Miserable Man'

Former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has sharpened his speech against President Recep Tayyi

Iran Fell in the Trap

When Iran posted a video of five masked Revolutionary Guards troops landing from a helicopter on the


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