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Saudi forces were quick off the mark to quell a growing protest rally. Heavy police presence and official warnings deterred protests in Riyadh and smaller demonstrations in eastern provinces.

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Timing is everything when waging war “by way of deception,” the motto that has long guided Israeli war-planners. When waging war from the shadows, Zionist war-planners concentrate their efforts on key variables.

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As Russian-made jets dropped more bombs on the city of Ras Lanouf, rebel leaders in their stronghold to the east of Benghazi were not panicking. While true that the airstrikes were not causing major damage to the city or rebel positions, they have seemingly halted the advance of the young and disorganized anti-government forces.

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With the echoes of revolutions in the Middle East having reached as far as China, Beijing is softening tone in dealing with friendly Muslim minorities in the western region of Xinjiang.

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Australia, a multicultural nation, is blessed to have both Arab and Muslim women in our midst who are equally inspirational and progressive.

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Saudi Arabia was yesterday drafting up to 10,000 security personnel into its north-eastern Shia Muslim provinces, clogging the highways into Dammam and other cities with busloads of troops in fear of next week’s “day of rage” by what is now called the “Hunayn Revolution”.

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After weeks of internal debate on how to respond to uprisings in the Arab world, the Obama administration is settling on a Middle East strategy: help keep longtime allies who are willing to reform in power, even if that means the full democratic demands of their newly emboldened citizens might have to wait.

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As the defectors from the Libyan army organize the weapons they have recovered from Muammar Gaddafi’s strongholds in the region, thousands of Libyan men are volunteering to join the soldiers in a possible attack on Tripoli to oust Gaddafi from power.

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When Saudi King Abdullah arrived home last week, he came bearing gifts: handouts worth $37 billion, apparently intended to placate Saudis of modest means and insulate the world’s biggest oil exporter from the wave of protest sweeping the Arab world.

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Of all the unexpected events in the Middle East, none underlines the sense of a changing world order more clearly than the arrival of a Chinese warship in the Mediterranean. Beijing is quietly satisfied by the way events in the Arab world have wrong-footed the West.

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