Column by Shehab Al Makahleh
Our website presents a new piece by Middle East expert Shehab Al Makahleh which was originally published in the International Policy Digest.
Our website brings a new op-ed by MIddle East expert Shehab Al-Makahleh.
Our website presents a new piece by political analyst Shehab Al-Makahleh.
“Into the Terrorist Minds” based on live interviews with extremists and terrorists in Syria and Iraq
The book entitled: “Into the Terrorist Minds” by author Shehab Al Makahleh has been published in Jordan, USA and Canada and is an attempt to shed light on the roots of terrorism, extremism and the schools of fanaticism represented by Al Qaeda and Daesh. The book is based on live and exclusive interviews with some extremists and terrorists in both Syria and Iraq who confessed the recruitment tools and the countries supporting them by arms, money and media.
Our website presents a new piece by media and political expert Shehab Al-Makahleh.
Our website presents you an op-ed by Shehab Al Makahleh. The piece was originally published at Atlantic Council.
The summit is expected to push the Arab joint work forward, mainly at the political, economic and social levels, says a new piece by Shehab Al Makahleh.
Our website presents a new piece by our regular contributor Shehab Al Makahleh.
Jordan launched airstrikes in southern Syria, directed at the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) and Jaysh Khalid bin Al Waleed.
The Russia - Islamic World presents an opinion piece by our contributor, Shehab Al Makahleh.
A new piece by our regular columnist is now available online.
There was a distinctive shortage of wide media coverage at the international conference on Syria which was held on January 23-24 in the Kazakh capital Astana.
As the US is getting into nationalism as well as many other European countries, world peace will be in danger. By April 2017, war in Syria will be over; however, other wars will break out in the Middle East including North Africa.
Daesh has officially claimed responsibility for the attack in Karak, 127 km south of Amman, killing 14 of the Jordanian security forces in addition to some civilians who were nearby the site of the incident. The four Daesh members who stormed the governorate with their machines guns and grenades were also killed.