…from SouthFront In nearly every case of a forcible, West-led, regime change in the Middle East or Ukraine, the process began with low level public protests against a real or imagined abuse of power by security forces. Morocco’s current situation appears to follow the same scenario. The killing of Mouhcine Fikri, a fisherman who was […]
[Editor’s note: This is a major development of great significance. Al-Tanf and the border crossing just to the south were vitally important strategic positions as this was the supply route used by Israel and the US to funnel supplies and personnel into Syria. The importance of this supply lifeline for ISIS was made all too […]
The Syrian Arab army (SAA) backed by the allies began a large-scale offensive and the assault of the city of As-Sukhnah, a gateway to the province of Deir ez-Zor located in the eastern part of Homs province. According to Inside Syria Media Center’ military correspondents the SAA and the allied formations captured on Thursday night […]
Jim W. Dean – Peter Ford is out in front once again, debunking mass-media fake geopolitical news, which the airheads in Saudi Arabia have taken the lead on with their paper Arab NATO.
Gordon Duff – While Julian Assange insists all investigations into 9/11 and Israel are “a waste of time,” we find the “keys to the kingdom,” particularly when added to VT’s own work, in, of all places, WikiLeaks own files.
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor When this not so innocent video hit the Arab media, Alahednews Lebanon, it included locations of Israeli nuclear weapons sites never before released, supposedly unknown to the US or even the International Atomic Energy Agency, which has spent decades spying on Israel for the UN. A VT editor led that […]
The United States on Thursday has approved a series of deals worth more than $7 billion to supply military helicopters, planes and missiles to four of its Arab allies.
Jim W. Dean – Bibi instantly knew that attention would be quickly focused on government unpreparedness for such an event and wanted to jump the headlines with the terrorism tag.
…from SouthFront When the “end of history”, meaning the establishment of a permanent Western hegemony over the entire international system, was proclaimed in the early 1990s, it was not yet obvious how the pursuit of said hegemony would evolve over the succeeding decades. The “velvet” expansion of the 1990s into the post-Soviet vacuum gave way […]
Back in March, I wrote an article which analysed how the well (or not so well) Saudi Arabia’s newly formed “Coalition against Terrorism” was performing.
Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, Al-Aqsa’s Mosque preacher has warned against Israel’s penetration into Arab and Islamic society through this company and pointed out that providing security for Haj pilgrims by Israeli intelligence and security corporation is not permissible or advisable.
Through the past years, growing concern has surrounded these women who have been voicing their discontent that they do not receive sufficient salary. At times, they are even exploited by their bosses.
Several US presidential candidates from both parties share a bullet point in their plans to fight the Islamic State group while limiting American ground troops’ involvement: Build a coalition of Sunni Arab nations to help shoulder the effort.
Syrian officials have repeatedly criticized Turkey over links to the militants, including Turkish involvement in buying oil from both the ISIL and al-Nusra Front, and providing a corridor for thousands of terrorists to get into Syria.
Turkey must respect Iraq’s sovereignty and suspend its airstrikes on Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) positions in northern Iraq,
Exoneration of Egypt’s former President Mubarak signals return of Arab Winter