results for the word:
Britain must fight fire with fire
When news of the terrorist attack in Manchester first broke, I experienced feelings of sorrow. England, where I have a country home, has always held a special place in my heart. But since soulless...
Iran’s declaration of war must not go unanswered
The pretence has ended. The gloves are off. Iran’s Minister of Defence, Brigadier General Hossein Dehgan, has openly threatened to destroy the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the exception of Mecca and...
Why you should not invest in Iran!
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is on a drive to attract foreign investment, which he believes is essential for economic health and job creation in a country where more than one in four young people...
Gulf States are the Arab nation’s backbone
In truth, I cannot help thinking there is an architect with a plan to weaken Egypt and create distance between Egyptians and the peoples of the Arabian Gulf.
Obama’s perfidious parting gift to Iran
President Barack Obama’s emotional farewell speech before a crowd of thousands was another fine example of the type of inspirational oratory that saw him elected eight years ago as President of the...
Gulf economic unity is long overdue
I have been urging Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) heads of state to form an economic bloc for over a decade, and in light of increased instability the move is not only necessary but urgent.
My message to Obama’s successor
I am currently travelling around the US after spending a very enlightening few days in Washington DC where I was privileged to address delegates attending the 25th Annual Arab-US Policymakers...
Disunity: A grave threat to the Arab World
I have reached the conclusion that the majority of Arab States are their own worst enemy. The Arab nation of which we were once so proud has disintegrated. Great swathes have descended into violent...
JASTA could open a can of worms on 9-11
Now that Congress has passed the ‘Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act’ (JASTA) into law permitting individuals, including the family members of 9-11 victims, to sue a sovereign state for the...
JASTA, another nail in the coffin of US-GCC relations
Congress has done the unimaginable by almost unanimously passing a law allowing the families of 9-11 victims to lodge civil cases against Saudi Arabia (and other states) for aiding and abetting...
Lebanon’s Speaker shows his true colours
Nabih Berri, head of Lebanon’s primarily Shiite Amal Movement who has served as Parliamentary Speaker since 1992, has finally confirmed what many Lebanese have long suspected. Rather than a senior...
Turkish-Russian-Iranian nexus poses a threat
The Turkish President Recip Tayyip Erdogan, who ordered the shooting down of a Russian warplane last November and hurled volleys of insult at his Russian counterpart, now refers to President...
Confirmed! Iraq was a war of aggression
“A broken” and “haunted” man was the Telegraph’s description of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair following the release of the Iraq War report.
Tough response needed to counter UN slander
I have lost all respect for the United Nations. It has evolved into a largely impotent entity dominated by a handful of veto-holding nuclear powers, which wield undue influence over its...
Open letter to Lebanon’s Arab Shiite communities
People often question why the Arab World, in particular, is in such a mess. The fact is that so many of our problems have been triggered by the interference of foreign powers eager to dominate this...
You are now subscribed.
Invalid Email Address.
Continue to Browse
America! Don't dim your inspirational light
Egypt needs ‘tough love’ to reject Iran’s overtures
GCC must react to the Pentagon’s ‘Total war on Islam’
Al Arabiya should vet its guests for brains
It's time the Lebanese removed their shackles
Their pain is our shame
Putin’s leadership qualities outshine Obama’s
The West isn’t duty-bound to solve Arab problems
Belarus is open for business
Zayed Remains the Symbol of UAE
Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor Publications
This is the official website for UAE businessman Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor. You will find candid articles written by the outspoken entrepreneur and philanthropist on topics that matter most to the region. Al Habtoor voices his hopes and concerns for key issues impacting the world – including realistic solutions for a peaceful co-existence in some of the most troubled regions. He also provides sound advice to world leaders to help make the world a better place.
This website is managed by The Al Habtoor Group, Media and Communications Department. © 2017, All Rights Reserved.