Top 5: The Mufti of Egypt and the Paris teacher “beheaded” … and Turki Al-Sheikh’s complaint from Amr Diab

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(CNN) – From the announcement by the Turkish president of gas discoveries in the Black Sea, and the statements of the Mufti of Egypt about the “beheading” of a teacher in Paris, through the jumps of deaths in Jordan due to the Corona virus. Up to Turki Al-Sheikh’s complaint to the Chinese ambassador from Amr Diab .. Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headings of some of the most prominent various stories from the Middle East and the world.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced, on Saturday, that his country had discovered 85 billion cubic meters of natural gas storage in the Black Sea, stressing that “empty campaigns will not be able to bring Turkey to its knees,” as he put it.

The Mufti of Egypt, Shawki Allam, condemned, on Saturday, the murder of a teacher in a suburb of the French capital, Paris, by beheading him, calling on the French government not to hold Islam responsible for extremist individual behavior that does not represent this religion, noting that the victim showed offensive images of the Prophet Muhammad in front of his students.

A Jordanian doctor specializing in chest diseases and critical care has called on the Jordanian government to apply the electronic linkage model to address the problem of the shortage of specialized medical personnel to treat Corona patients, by establishing a central joint team in the country, from a group of specialists similar to the Tele Icu model (remote critical care), To cope with the steady rise in Corona deaths.

“Osama bin Laden is alive” … Trump retweeted it and a member of the assassination team: We may have killed Bin Johnson

During an interview with CNN, Robert O’Neill, a member of CellTeam 6, the team that killed Osama bin Laden, said: “Many of these people would directly believe him, and it could reach a point where it is more than just a political risk.”

On Friday, the head of the General Entertainment Authority in Saudi Arabia, Turki Al-Sheikh, complained to the Chinese ambassador to the Kingdom, the Egyptian artist Amr Diab, because he “is getting younger every year.”

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