Negaheno speaking with the Head of Jordanian Women Association:
The West Has No Good Will Intentions When It Comes to Supporting Global Issues
Dr. Naheye Barghawi, head of Jordanian women Association (REMA) by referring to the West’s double standards with regards to the changes and events in the region and the world said:
Netanyahu’s Failure in the West Bank/The Unprecedented Events Still on Their Way
When Benjamin Netanyahu went to the Saturday night’s scene embraced by a tight security team and Shabak, he looked so frustrated and worried that it could be said it was the most exceptional photo frame from a helpless Israeli prime minister.
Encamping outside The Syrian gates/ the Arab union requests Syria to rejoin the union
۸Among the political and media communities of the global and regional countries it is less likely to find an outflow such as the Syrian crisis that since its beginning, the anticipating outcomes and evaluations drawn were based on realistic and correct factors.
Iran’s NIOC, Russia’s Gazprom sign $40bn investment deal
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Russia’s Gazprom have signed a “historic” deal worth $40 billion for joint investment in oil and gas projects.
Turkey dam construction, an economic plan or a political project / behind the scenes of Middle East water tension
Objective projects, such as dam projects in Turkey, are a hostile attempt against life in the Middle East, countries such as Iraq and Syria, will undergo deadly pressures of dehydration.
Grossi’s visit to Israel out of phase with IAEA impartiality
Iran says the visit by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)’s chief Rafael Grossi to Israel ahead of the Monday meeting of the
Political interference in IAEA’s technical affairs unconstructive’
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has described any political interference in the technical affairs of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) .
Relying on domestic capacities, Iran made good progress despite sanctions
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the Islamic Republic of Iran has made good progress in various fields during past years despite the sanctions that were imposed on the country.
Old cows in Albania
A large amount of anti-Iranian content was uploaded to fake Twitter accounts during the Iranian unrest, not from Washington or even Riyadh, but from Tirana, the capital of Albania, where the group of hypocrites is based.
Iraq passes law making ties with Israel criminal offence
It's now illegal in Iraq to normalize relatios with Israel according to a law the Iraqi parliament unanimously passed on Thursday.
Good Iran-Oman ties to help increase regional
"Iran-Oman relations will not be limited to economic and trade relations and will include such major areas as political interactions and cooperation," he added.
US Senate passes whopping $40 billion in aid for Ukraine
The US Senate has approved more than $40 billion in new “aid” for Ukraine, which has been the site of a Russian military operation since February.The legislative body gave its blessing to the monumental package on Thursday, with 86 votes in favor and 11 against, the Bloomberg news agency reported.“The message this sends is that the United States is committed, that we are going to stand with any country that is a democracy when there is an autocracy that attempts to overrun it,” Idaho Republican Jim Risch alleged.This comes after objections by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul had delayed passage of the bill for an entire week.“If Congress really believed giving Ukraine $40 bn was in our national interest, they could easily pay for it by taxing every income taxpayer $500,” Paul tweeted on Thursday.The bill cleared the House of Representatives last week on a 368 to 57 vote.The package, which is significantly larger than the $33 billion that Joe Biden had requested for Ukraine last month, now only awaits the president’s signature.Separately, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he had authorized $100 million in additional US arms, equipment, and supplies for Ukraine.Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the “special military operation” on February 24 in order to “demilitarize” the Donetsk and Lugansk regions in eastern Ukraine. In 2014, the two regions declared themselves new republics, refusing to recognize Ukraine’s Western-backed government.Ordering the operation, Putin said the mission was aimed at “defending people who for eight years were suffering persecution and genocide by the Kiev regime.”Another goal sought by the operation was to “de-Nazify” Ukraine, the Russian head of state also said back then, apparently referring to the far-right Azov militant outfit and the influence it wields across Ukraine’s political and military spheres.Also on Thursday, the Group of Seven so-called “advanced economies” that gather Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, and the United States, agreed to provide Ukraine with $18.4 billion.The group said the money was to be used towards Ukraine’s “paying its bills,” Reuters reported.Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said the funds “would speed up Kiev's victory over Russia” and were just “as important as "the weapons you provide," the agency added.The Western side has, on the other hand, been showering Russia with sanctions since the launch of the operation.Moscow has unequivocally warned that the unfaltering Western support for the Ukrainian side would indefinitely prolong the war.It has also vowed to end the operation once its “security demands” were met. The list of demands include provision of security for Russia’s interests in Ukraine and prevention of the ex-Soviet republic’s admission into the Western military alliance of NATO.
Palestinian journalist shot in head by Israeli forces in occupied West Bank
he Israeli military has killed an Al Jazeera reporter in the occupied West Bank while she was reporting on an Israeli raid against Palestinians in the city of Jenin.
- Erdogan Re-elected/ Will Ankara’s Regional Policies Change
- America’s Return to Failure; The Costly Retreats
- Iran Will Not be Drawn to the US Game Feld in Afghanistan/The Afghani People’s Capacity is Enough to Eliminate Taliban
- The political map of the region has changed/ there is a new regional and global alinement
- Changes in Turkey’s Foreign Policies/ a Merge in the Euro-Atlantic Structures