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SaadAbedine
Committed Journalist, good hubby/friend & proud father of 3 (As far as I know). Mmm guess what? RTs don't reflect my opinions & ain't endorsements بأي شكل
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SaadAbedine 12h
"What is history, but a fable agreed upon?" Napoléon Bonaparte
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SaadAbedine 12h
It is simple maths for 60 Syrians returned to Homs & Aleppo countrysides 45 killed in airstrikes on Ghouta alone That's how Victory is defined in history books
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SaadAbedine 12h
Jamie Johnson, 's faith-based community outreach official, resigned for previously accusing blacks of “laziness, drug use & sexual promiscuity”
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SaadAbedine 12h
Feel free to add hello to perverted paedophiles, sex offenders, despicable racists, clueless anti-scientific appointees All thanks to our ignorant, thuggish, insecure, orange liar-in-chief
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SaadAbedine 12h
Replying to @rcallimachi
We'd be giving the way too much credit for calling their weekly Al-Nabaa, literally the News. They started it in 2015 in Mosul & I seriously doubt they got to that Surah while flipping thru "Islam for Dummies"
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SaadAbedine 13h
security deleted 1,000s tweets from 's account Mohammed al-Bishr, the head of the Center for Global Thought, was arrested by early Nov in the so-called anti-graft purge
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SaadAbedine 13h
The anti prince was asked, among other royals & businessmen in custody, to hand over assets in exchange for freedom. Settlements for royals will also include FULL pledges of loyalty to
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SaadAbedine 13h
whistleblower says the detained controversial son of the late King Fahd, Prince Abdulaziz will be released after pledging to hand over most of his wealth to in exchange for his freedom
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SaadAbedine 17h
"Deep surprise", President's spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeinah lashes out at plans to shut down PLO office in DC
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SaadAbedine 17h
President discussed w them "ways & the means to stabilize the region and build peace", vowed to "continue these exchanges w other international leaders in the coming days."
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SaadAbedine 17h
Pres. had a busy day after meeting , spoke to: 1) 's 2) USA's 3) 's Pres. 4) Crown Prince 5) UN Secretary-General to discuss the situation in the ME
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SaadAbedine 18h
Right now, PM is “chilling” at his Champs-Élysées residence w , his cousin & chief of staff and 's Interior Minister
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SaadAbedine 18h
We are here for you Sheikh Saad , we will always be your men, a group of Lebanese loyalists greet PM after he returned to his Paris residence following his meeting w in
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SaadAbedine 18h
He can’t talk/can’t walk yet 's 80 years old ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is planning fo run for a 5th term in 2019 He is the country’s 5th President, been in office since 1999
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SaadAbedine 19h
For the 1st time since the 1980s, ’s refused to renew operating permission for PLO office in DC This comes 2 weeks after Abbas was summoned by to court Palestinian support for grand alliance w & an ultimatum to accept US peace deal or else
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Khushbu Shah 20h
Go team , and cameraman Alex Platt
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SaadAbedine 21h
Sources close to ’s at were quoted by ’s political movement saying “don’t worry about ’s daughter & son who stayed in & didn’t come w him & his wife. This is a family affair.”
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SaadAbedine 21h
Top Lebanese Christian politician phoned , told him “it has been a very long 2 weeks”, replied “god yes” then added “for sure as always” after Geagea told him “waiting for you so we can finish the journey together” i.e. the push to disarm etc
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SaadAbedine 22h
Ah the clichés! A typical orientalist tweet. The “Ahlan wa Sahlan” strikes again. Really wish westerners pick up more than the Marhaba or the Akhlan. Why cant they learn how to say Salam/peace or Huquq Al-Insan/ or even Wein Al-Awlad/Where are the kids?
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