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The Absence Of Consensus Within The Political Blocs Delays Naming The Candidates Of Remaining Ministries

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BAGHDAD A member of the House of Representatives of Saairun Coalition, Salam al-Shimmari confirmed the need to finish naming the candidates of the remaining ministries as soon as possible in the light of the circumstances in the country and the prevailing conditions in the region.Al-Shimmari said in a statement to NINA that "the direct responsibility lies on the Prime Minister in delaying naming the candidates for the remaining ministries in light of the desire of many blocs to complete this file for the importance of the political process and democracy in the country."He added that "placing the issue on the political blocs delayed resolving it, due to the existence of differences within the same bloc or component to nominate the candidate."He called on Prime Minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi to ...

KSrelief Supervisor General Meets with Head of the Saudi Mission to the EU

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Riyadh, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah, Advisor at the Royal Court and Supervisor General of King Salman Center for Aid and Humanitarian works (KSrelief), received here today ambassador Saad bin Mohammed Al-Arifi, Head of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's mission to the European Union (EU).During the meeting, Al-Arifi was briefed on the humanitarian and relief programs provided by the KSrelief to 44 countries with 1011 projects in partnership with local, UN and international organizations.Amabssador Al-Arifi lauded the great efforts exerted by the center for needy and displaced people around the world.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Army repels al-Nusra terrorists’ attacks in Hama countryside

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Hama, Syrian Arab Army units on Saturday destroyed with precision strikes many vehicles including SUVs, armored vehicles, and car bombs used by terrorists to attack Tel Meleh and Kafrhoud in Hama's northern countryside, killing many terrorists.SANA's reporter in Hama said army units continued to pursue the remnants ofJabhat al-Nusra terrorists after inflicting heavy losses upon them in personnel and equipment, despite the large number of terrorists and car bombs with which the terror organization had attempted to breach the engagement lines.The reporter said the car bombs were destroyed by the army before they could reach the engagement lines, and at the same time carried out concentrated strikes targeting the terrorists that had attempted to sneak across the front lines, in addition to ta...

Islamic State’s English-Speaking Supporters Rallying on Telegram

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WASHINGTON, English-speaking Islamic State supporters are refusing to give up on the terror group's ability to remain a force in Syria and Iraq, according to a new study that examined their behavior on the Telegram instant messaging service.The report, "Encrypted Extremism: Inside the English-Speaking Islamic State Ecosystem on Telegram," released Thursday by George Washington University's Program on Extremism, looked at 636 pro-Islamic State channels and groups in the 16 months from June 2017 through October 2018.It found that even as the terror group was losing ground in Syria and Iraq to U.S.-backed forces, and even as IS leadership was encouraging followers to start looking to progress in IS provinces elsewhere, English-speaking supporters turned to Telegram to reinforce their faith in...

Aoun meets with Irinej: We are working to maintain balance, especially as war in the region aims to eliminate large groups, cause disruption

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President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, stressed Thursday on the deep relations linking Lebanon and Serbia together and the similar sufferings of both the Lebanese and Serbian peoples, hailing the efforts undertaken to further boost and strengthen the friendship and solidarity ties between both countries."In Lebanon we are living together, Christians and Muslims, and as Christians we are always working to maintain balance especially in wake of our difficult circumstances resulting from the war in the region, which aims at the elimination of large groups and the destruction of entire areas," Aoun affirmed.The President's words came during his meeting at Baabda Presidential Palace this afternoon with the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Irinej (Gavrilovic), accompanied by Greek Orth...

Islamic State’s English-Speaking Supporters Rallying on Telegram

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WASHINGTON, English-speaking Islamic State supporters are refusing to give up on the terror group's ability to remain a force in Syria and Iraq, according to a new study that examined their behavior on the Telegram instant messaging service.The report, "Encrypted Extremism: Inside the English-Speaking Islamic State Ecosystem on Telegram," released Thursday by George Washington University's Program on Extremism, looked at 636 pro-Islamic State channels and groups in the 16 months from June 2017 through October 2018.It found that even as the terror group was losing ground in Syria and Iraq to U.S.-backed forces, and even as IS leadership was encouraging followers to start looking to progress in IS provinces elsewhere, English-speaking supporters turned to Telegram to reinforce their faith in...

Former Al-Qaida Propagandist Launches Counter-Jihadi Magazine

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WASHINGTON, Once al-Qaida's chief American propagandist, Jesse Morton is now propagandizing for peace.In 2009, Morton, then part of a group of Muslim extremists in New York, helped launch Jihad Recollections, the first in a line of online glossy magazines that captured the imagination of many young jihadists.With an emphasis on compelling visual presentation, the magazine came to be dubbed the Vanity Fair for jihadists, giving rise to several, more enduring iterations, including al-Qaida's Inspire and the Islamic State's Dabiq and Rumiyah.In its first issue, Inspire carried the infamous article Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom. In a series titled Just Terror Tactics, Rumiyah instructed readers on knife and vehicle attacks and hostage taking.Now, Morton says he wants to end the legacy...

Former Al-Qaida Propagandist Launches Counter-Jihadi Magazine

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WASHINGTON, Once al-Qaida's chief American propagandist, Jesse Morton is now propagandizing for peace.In 2009, Morton, then part of a group of Muslim extremists in New York, helped launch Jihad Recollections, the first in a line of online glossy magazines that captured the imagination of many young jihadists.With an emphasis on compelling visual presentation, the magazine came to be dubbed the Vanity Fair for jihadists, giving rise to several, more enduring iterations, including al-Qaida's Inspire and the Islamic State's Dabiq and Rumiyah.In its first issue, Inspire carried the infamous article Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom. In a series titled Just Terror Tactics, Rumiyah instructed readers on knife and vehicle attacks and hostage taking.Now, Morton says he wants to end the legacy...

1480 industrial facilities resume operations in al-Arqoub industrial zone in Aleppo

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Aleppo, Facilities in al-Arqoub industrial zone in Aleppo have returned to work at an accelerated pace after providing them with the main components of industrial production, including electric power and workers, with industrialists showing eagerness to resume production as they rehabilitated their facilities, which number 1480 currently.Speaking to SANA's reporter, chairman of al-Arqoub industrial zone's committee Tayseer Darkalt said that the number of the industrial facilities in the zone which were operating prior to the terrorist war on Syria reached 2100 facilities, but the terrorists' targeting of industry and economy sectors has caused massive destruction to the factories and the infrastructure in the area.After the liberation of Aleppo city from terrorism, industrialists began to ...

1480 industrial facilities resume operations in al-Arqoub industrial zone in Aleppo

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Aleppo, Facilities in al-Arqoub industrial zone in Aleppo have returned to work at an accelerated pace after providing them with the main components of industrial production, including electric power and workers, with industrialists showing eagerness to resume production as they rehabilitated their facilities, which number 1480 currently.Speaking to SANA's reporter, chairman of al-Arqoub industrial zone's committee Tayseer Darkalt said that the number of the industrial facilities in the zone which were operating prior to the terrorist war on Syria reached 2100 facilities, but the terrorists' targeting of industry and economy sectors has caused massive destruction to the factories and the infrastructure in the area.After the liberation of Aleppo city from terrorism, industrialists began to ...