Preventing the marriage of Saudis of 4 nationalities and praying for Qaradawi… and the defeat of Iran’s general in Iraq

Al-Hayat newspaper, issued from London, dealt with the Saudi issue under the title “Makkah Police Director for Life: Excluding marriage of 4 nationalities is not a ban or a complete cessation” and the news stated: “The Director of the Holy Capital Police Major General Assaf Al-Qurashi accused the media of adding another misplaced dimension to the situation. The recent measures that prevented Saudis from marrying Bangladeshi, Bermian, Chadian, and Pakistani nationals of Bermian origin, and he said that this does not constitute a complete ban or halt to marriage with those nationalities.

Al-Qurashi confirmed to Al-Hayat that the competent authority “did not explain the reasons for this exception, nor did it disclose whether it will be permanent or temporary.” He added that the emirates of the regions are the competent authorities to examine marriage applications for Saudi citizens wishing to marry foreign women. These requests are submitted to the police stations, whose work is concerned with collecting requests received from citizens wishing to marry.

As for the Asharq al-Awsat newspaper, an article emerged by Tariq al-Hamid under the title “Iran’s repositioning, not the general,” which stated: “At the time when it was revealed that Iran had expelled General Qassem Soleimani from Iraq, and assigned him to the Syrian file, the President of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, Massoud Barzani, revealed that Iran It provided the Kurdish forces with weapons and ammunition to confront ISIS, so how can this be understood?”

The writer added: “It is clear that this has several implications, including Iran’s reconsideration of its way of dealing with Iraq, and not necessarily in a positive way, and that Soleimani’s assignment to Syria helps Iran’s reading of the crisis there. It is noteworthy that Iran provided the Kurds with weapons despite the differences that existed between them and Iran’s first man, Nuri al-Maliki! Iran did this despite fears of the separatist intentions of the Kurds, which poses a threat to Iran, Turkey and Syria, which means that Iran will adopt a different approach in Iraq based on Iran not being an ally of the Shiites alone, but also open to the Kurdistan government.

He continued by saying: “As for Syria, it is clear from Soleimani’s transfer there that Iranian policies towards Iraq and Syria are going through a phase of repositioning. Soleimani’s assignment to Syria means his failure in Iraq, and it means that Iran does not see a political solution in Syria now, and its most important goal is to protect Assad militarily, especially After the fall of Al-Maliki’s “card” in Iraq, with an important note, which is the heating up of the Yemeni crisis through the Houthis to put pressure on Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, and occupy them.

And from Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper, the following headline emerged: “Assad’s advisor: The American journalist was killed last year,” and the news stated: “The advisor to the Syrian president for political and media affairs, Buthaina Shaaban, said that the footage showing the execution of American journalist James Foley at the hands of the ‘Islamic State,’ It goes back a year ago.”

She added: “The Daily Telegraph quoted Buthaina Shaaban’s statements to BBC Radio, in which she said: The execution of Foley took place last year, but the footage of her was recently published, adding that the United Nations is aware that the execution took place. Last year, Philip Balboni, director of the Global Post Foundation, for which Foley was working, categorically denied the Syrian regime’s allegations, saying: “These allegations are completely false, and contradict a lot of the important evidence that we have.”

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In Algeria, Al-Khabar newspaper titled: “He ended his duties in the presidency and ordered his expulsion from Avalan.. Bouteflika takes revenge on Belkham,” and the news stated: “President Abdelaziz Bouteflika dismissed his special advisor and Minister of State Abdelaziz Belkhadem from his duties in the presidency, and from all activities related to the He also ordered the leadership of the Liberation Front to exclude him from all party responsibilities he occupies, i.e. membership of the Central Committee, a step that means removing Belkhadem from the race to succeed President Bouteflika.

The newspaper added: “It is clear that the decision is related to the internal situation of the National Liberation Front, and that the president made his decision in favor of Saadani, who, in addition, obtained an explicit and public recognition of his legitimacy from the presidency, as indicated in the statement. A tone of revenge reflects a feeling of great anger at Bouteflika against his former confidant.

As for the Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram, an article appeared under the title “Praying for Al-Qaradawi” by the Egyptian journalist Ahmed Moussa, in which he stated: “It is the duty of Egyptians who are jealous of their homeland and love their army, to always remember the heads of snakes, which are trying with every effort to work to destroy the state, foremost among them is the Mufti. Al-Qaradawi’s terrorism, who volunteers his knowledge and religion to serve the interests of terrorist groups and the henchmen of the regime that kidnapped the homeland for a year during which it turned into weapons depots and a haven for terrorists from all countries.

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