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The Americans are in Iraq on a mission of destruction: Scholar
“The Americans are in Iraq on a mission of destruction,” according to an American scholar and political commentator.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was an Israeli agent: Scholar
The Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, whom US President Donald Trump claimed had been killed, was in fact a US or an Israeli agent, says an American scholar.
Scholar traces foundation of Jerash walls in Jordan
Scholars were unsure about the exact foundation date of the four-kilometer-long city wall in Jerash (ancient Gerasa), Jordan, noted an Australian archeology professor.
Trump should reveal who was behind 9/11 terror attacks: Scholar
US President Donald Trump should reveal that US and Israeli intelligence agencies, along with the Pentagon and Zionist neoconservatives, were behind the terror attacks on the US in September 2001, says an American academic and analyst.
Saudi scholar’s arrest in Sri Lanka sparks concerns of Wahhabi influence
Authorities in Sri Lanka arrested a Saudi-educated preacher over links with the suspected mastermind of bombings last month, throwing a spotlight on the role of Salafi-Wahhabi terrorism in South Asia.
‘Pipe bombs’ a political stunt staged by Democrats before midterm elections: Scholar
A series of suspected “pipe bombs” sent to prominent US Democrats and the news outlet CNN appears to be desperate political stunt staged by Democrats to gain sympathy before the midterm elections, American academic and political commentator James Henry Fetzer says.
Trump is showing evidence of destructive policy: British scholar
US President Donald Trump is showing evidence of a destructive policy and of aggressive policy, a British political analyst and academic in London says.
Aggressive US strategy in Asia-Pacific will backfire: Scholar
The United States is pursuing aggressive policies in the Asia-Pacific region under the guise of “freedom of navigation” exercises but this strategy will backfire as China increases its hold on the South China Sea, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
Trump’s summit with North Korean leader doomed to failure: Scholar
American writer and academic James Petras says US President Donald Trump’s forthcoming meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is doomed to failure, because Trump has set up conditions which are totally unacceptable to North Korea.
Palestinian scholar killed in Kuala Lumpur, family blames Mossad
A Palestinian scholar has been shot dead by two assailants in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, as he was heading to a mosque for dawn prayers, local police said.
Al-Qaeda and Daesh serve US hegemonic interests: Scholar
The United States does not want to defeat al-Qaeda or Daesh terrorists because they serve its hegemonic interests, says Professor Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
Multitalented scholar Sheikh Bahaei to be commemorated
Several organizations across Iran will commemorate the birth anniversary of Sheikh Bahaei, a Muslim philosopher, architect, mathematician, astronomer and a poet on April 23 which is observed as National Architect Day.
Time to put fear aside, decry Islamophobia in US: American scholar
American Muslims have been “terrified” of taking part in protests since the 9/11 attacks, says an American scholar.
Iran's mystical literature scholar Elahi Qomshei dies
Renowned Iranian literary figure, poet and foremost mystical literature scholar Mahdieh Elahi Qomshei died at the age of 79 on July 9 due to respiratory problems and lung infection.
Iran to mark Molla Sadra Day today
May 21 is observed as Molla Sadra Day in Iran to commemorate the great scholar.

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