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Wealthiest Muslim Countries Refuse To Accept Refugees From Syria, Cite Risk Of Exposure To Terrorism As Reason Islam, Arab States, Muslim Brotherhood, Refugee Crisis, Syrian Refugees, Our Country, Saudi Arabia, We The People, Europe

Muslim Countries Refuse to Take A Single Syrian Refugee, Cite Risk of Exposure to Terrorism

Five of the wealthiest Muslims Countries have taken no Syrian refugees in, arguing that doing so would open them up to the risk of terrorism

Qatar buys fighter planes in billion-dollar US deal Stealth Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Abu Dhabi, Blue Streaks, Military Veterans, Bbc, Fighter Jets, Stuff To Buy, Planes

Qatar buys F-15 fighter planes in billion-dollar US deal

The $12bn purchase of fighter jets comes as tensions between the emirate and its neighbours soar.

Four maps that explain the chaos of the Middle East - NO only the bible can EXPLAIN . 'all the surrounding nations -around israel, jerusalem the temple Mount is scripture BULLSEYED - Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen — particularly at risk of violent collapse The Middle, Middle East, South Yemen, Political Geography, Watch And Pray, The Washington Post, United Arab Emirates, North Africa, School Fun

Analysis | Four maps that explain the chaos of the Middle East

Why Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya are in so much turmoil.

The Syrian war has caused the first-ever withdrawal from the doomsday seed vault The Middle East needs crops. FIONA MACDONALD 23 SEP 2015 The Syrian war has caused the first-ever withdrawal from the doomsday seed vault - ScienceAlert Seed Storage, Build A Better World, The Future Of Us, Nuclear War, Refugee Crisis, Political Issues, Science News, Environmental Issues, Our World

The Syrian War Has Caused The First-Ever Withdrawal From The Doomsday Seed Vault

The civil war in Syria has prompted the first withdrawal from the Arctic 'doomsday vault' - a seed storage unit built on an island between Norway and the North Pole, to safe-guard the world's food supply in the event of a global catastrophy, such as

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday said Turkey would play a role in the US-backed Iraqi offensive to retake the city of Mosul from jihadists, saying it was unthinkable for Ankara to stay on the sidelines. North Africa, Middle East, Muslim, Turkey, Sayings, Modern, Trendy Tree, Turkey Country, Lyrics

Erdogan says Turkey to take part in Mosul operation

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday said Turkey would play a role in the US-backed Iraqi offensive to retake the city of Mosul from jihadists, saying it was unthinkable for Ankara to stay on the sidelines.

Qatar row: Saudi and Egypt among six countries to cut Doha links 5 June 2017 From the section Middle East. Shiga, Dutch Women, Migrant Worker, Al Jazeera, Foreign Policy, Cool Places To Visit, Middle East, San Francisco Skyline, New York Skyline

Iran sends planes stuffed with food to Qatar | CNN

Five Iranian planes filled with food have landed at Doha airport as the blockade against Qatar from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries starts to bite.

Iran criticizes OPEC for allowing Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to turn the organization into a “tool in the hands of the US.” Source: PressTV-Iran: Saudis, UAE turned OPEC into “tool” for US The Middle, Middle East, Fifa, Donald Trump, Irreconcilable Differences, Arab States, Islam, Arab World, Internal Affairs

How Saudi Arabia and allies strong-armed Qatar, blindsided U.S.

One of the first signs of the crisis in which four Arab states have cut ties with Qatar came in a phone call from an anxious government adviser to a Reuters journalist early on May 24.

Kurdish pesh merga forces started their push toward Islamic State-held villages slowly, by moonlight. Soon, the crawl became a run. The Crawl, Smoke Screen, American Freedom, Tornadoes, Antarctica, North Africa, Natural Disasters, Ny Times, Obama

Battle for Mosul Tests Obama Strategy to Shift Fight’s Burden From U.S. - The New York Times

A wide-ranging, uneasy coalition of forces is pushing forward to reclaim Iraq's third-largest city from the Islamic State. North Africa, Middle East, Muslim, Islamic, Third, City, Cities, Islam

What it’s like on the front lines with Iraqi and Kurdish forces moving on Mosul

A wide-ranging, uneasy coalition of forces is pushing forward to reclaim Iraq's third-largest city from the Islamic State.

Islamic State officials in Libya want to create a government with a functioning bureaucracy, public services and a credible judicial system Public Service, North Africa, Middle East, Kansas City, World, Islamic, State, August 25, Syria

Inside the brutal but bizarrely bureaucratic world of the Islamic State in Libya

The militants tried to build a state based on order, even as they ruled through fear.

Voice of America is an international news and broadcast organization serving Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East and Balkan countries Central And Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Turkish Military, Voice Of America, North Africa, Open Up, Syria, Middle East, Niagara Falls

How Turkey’s offensive into Syria is opening up a hornet’s nest

Tensions are deepening between U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters and Syrian rebels.

Opinion: Young princes in the Persian Gulf are playing with fire. Katar Doha im Nebel (picture-alliance/dpa/Y. Doha Skyline, Seattle Skyline, New York Skyline, Manila, Donald Trump, Young Prince, Amazing Pics, North Africa, Great Photos

Opinion: Young princes in the Persian Gulf are playing with fire | DW | 06.06.2017

Qatar stands isolated under accusations of sponsoring terrorism. But this diplomatic crisis is actually about young princes' unbridled quest for power - with the help of Donald Trump, says DW's Bachir Amroune.

DEBAGA, Iraq — The battle for the northern city of Mosul could force a million people to flee their homes. But even before it begins, aid agencies are struggling to shelter families displaced by the conflict against the Islamic State.- The Washington Post Iraqi Women, Image Of The Day, The Kingdom Of God, The Washington Post, Pro Life, North Africa, Us Images, Battle, Couple Photos

Battle for Islamic State stronghold could trigger a new crisis: A million displaced Iraqis

Already, there aren’t enough tents. At one camp near Mosul, more than 1,000 families are waiting for shelter.

Muslim pilgrims circle the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on Sept. Beast Of Revelation, Luang Prabang, Grand Mosque, Mecca, The Washington Post, North Africa, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Paris Skyline

Saudi Arabia and Iran accuse each other of not really being Muslim

It's the latest war of words between the Middle East's great rivals.

by Memri, On June the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) released an audio message by its spokesman, Abu Muhammad Al-'Adnani, celebrati Islam, Al Qaeda, Bagdad, Spiegel Online, Obama Administration, Paris, Barack Obama, New York Times, News Agency

Russian military claims it killed senior ISIS strategist

The Pentagon said it had targeted the same militant in a different location and was assessing the attack.

The US military has rubbished claims Russian fighter jets have flown their first combat mission in Syria alongside American-led coalition forces. Russian Fighter Jets, Russian Bombers, Russian Plane, Ancient Names, Syrian Civil War, Military Operations, North Africa, Aircraft, Syria

The price of powerlessness

Obama shows little concern about Russian success in the Middle East and Europe.