The Jordanian policy toward Iraq is clear and based on fact and cannot be tarnished by unfounded accusationsJordan seeks to ease tension with Iraq Mar 22, 2005
There are fears Bush would continue his policy of pre-emptive action, which could lead to the invasion of more Arab and Islamic countries accused of supporting terrorism like Syria and IranJordan reaction to Bush victory mixed Nov 04, 2004
Zarqawi does not intend to give up Bigley without political and economic profitBriton's captors may accept cash ransom Oct 02, 2004
I am ready to carry a message to Sharon and meet him on condition he turns over to me all the Jordanian prisonersFayez-Sharon meeting terms spelled out Jun 15, 2004
The foreign ministry is seeking information about their prison conditions and whether they are treated in line with international law in addition to trying to secure their releaseJordan seeks release of Gitmo prisoners Mar 16, 2004
Al Rai (Arabic: الراي), formerly known as Al Rai al Aam, is a Kuwaiti daily newspaper.
According to a 2007 survey by the Washington-based Intermedia group, Al Rai ranked one among Kuwaiti newspapers for the fifth year in a row. In 2008, Al Rai received the Sheikh Salem Al-Ali Al-Sobah's award for best designed news website. Al Rai was created in the 1960s and is owned by the Boodai family, one of Kuwait's leading merchant and business families. Its Editor-in-Chief is Youssef Al-Jalahmah. In addition to domestic news, Al Rai employs correspondents worldwide. Among those are Linda Azar and Wesam Abou-Harfhoush in Beirut, Khodor Halaweh and Zaki Abou-Khdeir in the Palestinian Territories, Haidar Al Hajj in Baghdad, Elias Nasr in London and Hussain Abdul-Hussain in Washington, DC. The newspaper is known for generally supporting the Kuwaiti government and ruling family.
Al Rai's columnists include two seasoned journalists: Khairallah Khairallah and Ali Roz.