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Turkey Brings the New Transitional Authority in Libya

6 mn read On the 5th of February, the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, sponsored by the United Nations, succeeded in selecting a new executive authority to lead the country during the transitional phase until the elections scheduled for December. However, this authority raises many questions, and, contrary to what is expected, the third list won 39 votes. This list includes Abdul Hamid Dabaiba being considered among the businessmen who have had interests with Ankara since the era of the previous regime, and the former ambassador of the Government of National Accord to Greece Muhammad Yunus Al-Manfi. It is worth noting that Muhammad Yunus Al-Manfi is the head of the Presidential Council in the third list with the membership of Musa Al-Koni and Abdullah Hussein Al-Lafi of the Council. Additionally, Abdul Hamid Muhammad Dabaiba presides over the government. The Dabaiba list is considered as an opportunity to establish political unity and protect Libya’s sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity.

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What is the purpose of Turkey’s propaganda in the EU?

8 mn read Turkey has succeeded in penetrating the European Union countries after two decades of rule by the Justice and Development Party headed by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, due to its dependence on the demographic weight of its extended communities in the continent, the large financial capabilities of this community, as well as on its allies from Islamic groups with a historical and deep presence in the European Union countries. And this is through political and religious networks and pressure groups that the Turkish state has established over the years. What are the manifestations of this breakthrough, its nature and the objectives that Ankara wants to achieve through it, and the European reaction to these policies and its future prospects in light of a growing European “awakening” against political Islam and its supporters.

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Ornella Sukkar: The bad situation in Lebanon make necessities allow prohibitions

4 mn read Everybody thinks that worst situation in Lebanon is because a conspiracy theory. All know that external pressures do not prevent the formation of the government. Some people thought that the bad situation in Lebanon on economical and health issue get worst because of United State and Saudi Arabia policy but that’s not true. And that the Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, is unable to form a government because he refused to nominate Hezbollah in the coming government. This disruption is caused by several intertwining factors, which need to be clearly categorized.

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Exclusive: Inside the negotiations between Israel and Lebanon on the delineation of the maritime border

3 mn read Eat News conducted an exclusive interview with Malek Francis who’s an engineer, and a political expert, and activist dedicated to peace, human rights, equality and democracy. He serves as Chairperson of the American Lebanese Congress, President of the American Lebanese Syrian Association, and founder of the American Lebanese Anti-Discrimination Committee.

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Exclusive: Motivations and repercussions of Turkish expansion in the Sahel, Sahara and West Africa

11 mn read Turkey continues its relentless pursuit in developing its African relations, especially in the Sahel and Sahara region and the western part of the continent. It has an aim of building multiple partnerships in order to achieve its strategic objectives that center around finding a foothold in this strategic part of the continent and contributing to re-engineering the regional equation in the Sahel and Sahara. In light of the urgency of some of the issues that are intertwined in defining Turkey’s relationship with the Arab world, such as the growing phenomenon of terrorism and terrorist organizations in the Sahel and West Africa, the continuing crisis of illegal immigration to Europe, as well as the crowding out of some European powers in the Sahel and Sahara, such as France and Germany.