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Israel’s normalisation efforts soar against the public’s wishes

With the Arab Spring backlash, regional powers which support the Palestinians, especially the resistance groups, are busy solving their domestic concerns. While Turkey is still coming to grips with the aftermath of last year’s failed coup, Qatar is wounded by its isolation by other Gulf countries. Aside from this, the Egyptians are crippled by the 2013 military coup whose leaders bow down to Washington by serving Israel. Meanwhile, Iran flexes its muscles in Syria, Yemen, Bahrain and Iraq, while troubled by the potential repercussions of the recent Kurdish referendum in the latter. The resultant political fragility exposes the region to another wave of Israeli opportunism. Thus, the Zionists rush to gain every possible ground before circumstances change to their detriment. […]

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Potential Factors That Will Likely Drive Bitcoin Price to $10,000 Interim Target

October 10, 2017 Joseph Young 0

The Bitcoin price is en route to achieving a new all-time high, as it nears the $5,000 region. Over the past three days, the Bitcoin price has increased from $4,330 to $4,893, leading analysts to establish an interim target of $10,000. In the short and…

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Siblings of Marseille attacker detained in Tunisia

October 10, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The brother and sister of the attacker who stabbed two women to death in the French city Marseille earlier this month have been detained in Tunisia, authorities confirmed yesterday. The siblings, who are reportedly Moez and Amina Hanachi, were arrested for questioning on Friday by anti-terror investigators, prosecution spokesman Sofiene Sliti said. “They appeared before an investigating judge … who decided to transfer the case to the National Guard” in the north-eastern city of Aouina. Another brother, Anis, was also arrested on Saturday night in Italy after French authorities issued an international arrest warrant for his detention after evidence surfaced that he had “waged jihad in Syrian-Iraqi territory, with military experience”, Lamberto Giannini, head of Italy’s counterterrorism team said. The […]

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CrowdWiz: The Funding Ecosystem for Investors – ICO Pre-Sale is LIVE

October 10, 2017 will 0

As the world races towards a decentralized web space, so are investment opportunities cropping up in assets that are based on decentralized markets. One of the biggest businesses on which the Web 3.0 concept will be built is cryptocurrencies. The firs…

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Economic developments first and politics later? The new paradigm in China-Palestine relations

Since Chinese President Xi Jinping presented a ‘four-point’ proposal to resolve the Israel-Palestine conflict in 2013, the prospect of China becoming a viable player in the “peace process” has drawn heightened attention. Though a more positive political role is welcome, sceptics remain unsure, citing China’s rhetoric as compelling but still lacking a genuinely new approach or tools for implementation. A political resolution of the conflict remains the priority and contributions towards this from China warrant the most attention, but it is important not to sideline other components of Beijing’s relations with each party. The issue of China-Palestine economic relations or Chinese efforts towards Palestinian economic development is rarely considered. Indeed, as China rolls out its landmark “One Belt One Road” […]

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