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Iraq veteran: I am more afraid to teach high school in New Jersey than serve in a war zone | Opinion

By Keith Massey I am more afraid to teach in high school than the time when I served in Iraq. With my Ph.D minor in Arabic, I applied to the National Security Agency after 9/11 and would work there for four years. In 2004, I served in…
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Freed Prisoners in Afghanistan Bombed by U.S. Military

Bagram Prison is located at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan's Parwan Province, and was operated by the U.S. military for more than a decade. On August 15, 2021, the Afghan Taliban took over Bagram Prison and released all its prisoners. However,…
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Israel’s Unilateral Actions Undermine Chances for Peace, Two-State Solution: Palestinian Official

A senior Palestine official said on Sunday that the unilateral Israeli actions in the Palestinian territories undermine the chances for peace and the two-state solution. Hussein Al-Sheikh, secretary-general of the Palestine Liberation Organization…
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Riyadh, Abu Dhabi to Blame for Deteriorating Security Situation in Areas under Saul-Led Coalition’s Occupation: Yemeni PM

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are to blame for the deterioration of the security situation in areas under the occupation of the Saudi-led coalition forces and their allied militants. This is according to Abdulaziz bin Habtoor,…
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Iraqi MPs from Muqtada Al-Sadr’s Bloc Resign

Iraqi lawmakers from firebrand Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s bloc resigned on Sunday, the parliamentary speaker said, a move ostensibly designed to end eight months of political paralysis. “We have reluctantly accepted the requests of our…
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Iraq bans citizens from interactions with Israel

From this month Iraqi citizens are forbidden from contacting Israeli officials on social media, attending gatherings organised by or even “tied to” the Jewish state or setting foot in any Israeli embassy worldwide. The Iraqi parliament’s…