As one cold expect the Arab countries, just like any other state in the world, were following closely the US presidential campaign. This is understandable, since the people of this war-torn region are kin to know what the White House is going to do in the next four years and in which way this will affect the Middle East.
Member of the Group Riaz Hussain Khokhar (Pakistan) commented the results of US presedential elections to the Group's website editor-in-chief Ekaterina Podkolzina.
Member of the Group, former minister of foreign affairs of Turkey Yasar Yakis commented the results of US presedential elections to the Group's website editor-in-chief Ekaterina Podkolzina.
The question remaining without answer today is: Who is this (Daech) considering itself as an Islamic State overnight? How could it be possible to see the emergence of a group with such significant human and material resources in addition to huge means in a record time?
Results of the Second Forum Journalists from Muslim Countries Against Extremism. By Yuri Zinin, with New Eastern Outlook, Moscow
The relations between the US and Saudi Arabia since the time of the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait in 1990, largely determined the current situation in the Middle East.