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Shia genocide: The United States’ role

“Whoever helps in the killing of a believer even with a part of a word, he will meet Allah on the Day of Judgment with the following words written between…

Greater Kurdistan: a New Actor on Middle East Map?

A new non-Arab important actor may soon appear on the Middle East volatile map as the recent events testify. Only this month Kurdistan was visited by Ukrainian (headed by Foreign…

The Balkanization of Sudan: The Redrawing of the Middle East and North Africa

Sudan is a diverse nation and a country that represents the plurality of Africa through various tribes, clans, ethnicities, and religious groups. Yet the unity of Sudan is in question,…

“Operation Libya” and the Battle for Oil: Redrawing the Map of Africa

The geopolitical and economic implications of a US-NATO led military intervention directed against Libya are far-reaching. Libya is among the World’s largest oil economies with approximately 3.5% of global oil…

The History of the Wahhabis

The Ottoman Empire Mohammed Abdul Wahhab The Turks had conquered Constantinople, now Istanbul, in 1453, establishing the Ottoman Empire, and had carried out significant expansions into Europe. However, by 1683,…