Evacuation of Kabul Airport: Situation is getting worse
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                              by Hamzeh Abu Nowar
                              
MENA Research Senior Analyst ​​​



​The two explosions at the Kabul airport indicate a great danger and risk to the lives of the U.S. and allied forces, and Afghans who are cooperating with them, due to the overwhelming chaos that is currently taking place in the Afghan capital, Kabul. 


According to the researchers, there were links between ISIS-K (Islamic State Khorasan Province) and Al-Qaeda with Taliban, there has been some cooperation between them in the past. Read more​

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Assassination attempt: Iraq's prime minister
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                              by Hamzeh Abu Nowar
                              
MENA Research Senior Analyst ​​​



​Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi escaped an assassination attempt after a drone attack on his residence inside Baghdad's high-security Green Zone. No group took immediate responsibility.

According to officials, a drone laden with explosives struck the building, injuring six of the Prime Minister bodyguards in an apparent assassination attempt. Security sources say three drones were used in the assassination attempt, and that they had been launched from 12km northeast of Baghdad, but two were shot down. Read more​

Iran’s nuclear coexistence: Middle East
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                     ​​​  ​by Hamzeh Abu Nowar
   M                    MENA Research Senior Analyst ​​​

 

Israel does not have the military capacity to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, and it must cross the airspace of Arab countries such as Saudi Arabia and Jordan, which will not allow it to do so, nor does it have the special munitions to strike these facilities located in the heart and the interior of the fortified mountains, and to destroy them requires hundreds of sorties, which the Israeli war generals certainly know.


The United States will not take the risk of striking Iran, and what we are witnessing now, sending B-52 planes, and deploying its forces into the Red Sea region, has not deterred anything, but when we see four to five aircraft carriers in the region, we expect action to be taken. Read more