“Jihadi terrorist groups see opportunity with Trump election”
The Washington Times Reports:
[excerpt] “I think Trump will get the GCC countries back involved in the discussion about regional strategy. Obama did this nuclear deal with Iran without taking into account Arab and Gulf state views on it,” Ahmed Al Hamli, founder and president of Trends Research & Advisory, an Abu Dhabi-based think tank, told The Times on Wednesday.
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