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Arab Press Review, April 12

Headlines from the Arab press

King Salman and the Containment of Terrorism


Al-Sharq al-Awsat, April 12, 2016


The full and legal demarcation of the Saudi boarders now comes as a completion of the other boarders that were demarcated successfully to prevent any possible attempts of political exploitation.



Khamenei Advisor: Iran Supports the Remaining of Assad Until the End of His Term


Al-Quds al-‘Arabi, April 11, 2016


Ali Akbar Velayati, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s advisor for international affairs stated that “Tehran will support Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian legitimate president, until the end of his current presidential term”.



Barzani and Allawi Reject Foreign Intervention in Iraqi Affairs


al-Mada, April 10, 2016


Yesterday, Kurdistan Region’s President Massoud Barzani, discussed with the president of the National Coalition Iyad Allawi the political developments in the country and the ongoing formation of the new government.



Azhar Observatory Analyzes the Foreign Press After the Events of Brussels .. And Confirms: Increasing Manifestations of Hatred Against Muslims in Europe .. The Western Media Has Double Standards in Dealing With the Events .. and Invite the Wise all around the World to Address Racism.


Al-Youm al-Sabi‘, April 12, 2016



Azhar Islamophobia Observatory announced that it is keeping on monitoring the news on Western newspapers after the events of Brussels. The second report issued by the Observatory today morning noted a relatively rise of Islamophobia, and ask to all the wise around the world to stand as one man against what it describes as negative behaviors.



Talks Between King Salman and Erdogan in Ankara


Al-Jazeera, April 12, 2016


King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz is having talks today with the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, on the most prominent regional and international issues and on the bilateral relations between the two countries.

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