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CrossTalk: Destruction of Yemen

After three years of conflict, it has been estimated that out of population of 27.4 million, 22.2 million people in Yemen are in need of humanitarian assistance, 4.5 million children and women are suffering malnutrition, while 2.9 million people are … Continue reading

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How Trump Can Defeat ISIS

ISIS Execution at Palmyra (click image to enlarge)   By Sharmine Narwani At his inauguration, Trump promised: “We will seek friendship and goodwill with the nations of the world—but we do so with the understanding that it is the right … Continue reading

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Exclusive Interview with Syrian President Assad

President Obama’s announcement of a waiver for arming unspecified rebel groups in Syria came shortly before the terrorist group Islamic State launched a massive attack on Palmyra. Syrian President Bashar Assad believes it was no coincidence, he told RT. “The … Continue reading

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CrossTalk: Syria’s Wheel of Fortune

The Syrian Civil War is a place of cruel realities and western illusions. The only moderate force on the ground is the Syrian Arab Army – fighting for Syria’s sovereign survival. This is unacceptable to the Washington Consensus. For the … Continue reading

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The Saudi-Israeli Alliance: Syria’s Nightmarish Narrative

With military and political help from Saudi Arabia and Israel, the nightmare scenario of an Al-Qaeda and/or Islamic State victory in Syria may be coming true, as the army of the more secular Syrian government retreats and as President Obama … Continue reading

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Syria: Time to Eliminate the Israeli Arsenal of WMD

Syrian Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad said the only danger which poses a threat to the region is the Zionist entity, affirming that there is no justification to have doubt about this, except the Israeli acts, its allies … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Houthis

A rebel group from the North of Yemen has taken over the capital and drastically changed Yemen’s political landscape. Engaged in a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia, the Houthis have brought Yemen to the brink of collapse. But … Continue reading

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Netanyahu Choreographs a Humiliated US Congress

By John V. Walsh First, the Congress is completely humiliated, dancing to the tune of Netanyahu who is the representative of a foreign power. That humiliation extends to every American who cast a vote, expecting the Congresspeople to represent the … Continue reading

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Iraqi Crisis: Terrorist Attacks or Popular Uprising?

Removal of Maliki from office, ending Iranian meddling and the establishment of a temporary nationalist, democratic and non-sectarian government, is the sole solution to the crisis in Iraq that is endorsed by significant sections of Iraqi society. The popular uprising … Continue reading

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The Iranian Threat Fabricated by Israel and the U.S.

A new book by Gareth Porter, an American historian and researcher specializing in U.S. national security, shows how the actual state of the Iranian nuclear program does not match the Iranian threat narrative. The story begins with U.S. support for … Continue reading

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