“The Palestinian people are likely to prevail” and “the Israelis are going to have to listen and finally back down…”
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the Kremlin stands ready to work with the White House to help settle the Syria crisis. Lavrov’s deputy Mikhail Bogdanov also expressed hope that the opposition in the Arab country will take part in the Syria peace talks slated to be held in the Kazakh capital, Astana, on the 3rd and 4th of May.
A large explosion has hit the area of Damascus International Airport, with some reports pointing to a possible Israeli airstrike.
Jim W. Dean – Despite the endless claims of Iranian support, no one has shown us the secret Iranian invisible planes and ships that are bringing in the supplies, despite the Saudis and Arab coalition having control, or despite the air and the naval blockade.
Jim W. Dean – The shadow-boxing on testing and deployment of allowed weapons systems has been with us for a long time. All kinds of games are being played to block those.
“The garbage I just heard out of the mouth of someone in Seattle is an embarrassment!”
No government of any other Muslim-majority country even comes close to Saudi Arabia when it comes to terrorism. Yet the CIA gives these guys medals. What’s up with that?
Iraqi Special forces have made new advances against Daesh terrorists in North East Mosul as they look to build on recent gains.
Syrian army’s Aleppo advance: Press TV debate: Kevin Barrett vs. “liberal humanitarian Zionist” Brent Budowski:
“Any country in the world is going to use counter-insurgency warfare to preserve its territorial integrity if there is this kind of foreign-sponsored rebellion going on.”
“The post 9/11 era was an era in which the now Zionist-dominated US was out to create a new American century” through waging wars of aggression and regime change operation all over the world.
Russian military experts in Syria have detected evidence of a toxic chemical agent inside an unexploded shell in Aleppo province. The toxic agent was used in an attack on a government-controlled area. But this is not the first time that militants are accused of using chemical arms.
As a teenager growing up in Philadelphia, Benjamin Netanyahu became a naturalized U.S. citizen. Two decades later, upon his appointment as a senior Israeli diplomat, he was forced to give up his dual citizenship. Netanyahu has no vote in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. But had he still been eligible to vote, his preference remains a mystery.
The 13th day of the Iranian calendar month of Aban, which falls on November 3, is known as the Student Day in Iran, marking the National Day of Fight against Global Arrogance.
The UN’s special envoy for Syria has condemned militants’ deadly rocket attacks on residential areas of western Aleppo.
In a further sign of Russia’s long-term commitment to Syria, Moscow says it plans to establish a permanent naval base at the Syrian port of Tartus.
Germany says the rising tension between the United States and Russia is more dangerous than the Cold War.
The formation of a new government in Yemen is expected to be a proper move to uphold the Yemenis’ stance in bargaining for peace with militants loyal to resigned president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, Veterans Today’s senior editor Gordon Duff told Press TV’s ‘Top 5.’
Press TV reports: “In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, an editor of Veterans Today from Madison, and Frederick Peterson, a congressional defense policy adviser from New York, to discuss the reasons why Israel’s support is so crucial for the future of the US presidential candidates.” What can I say about debating […]
There are no accidental bombings by the US. The lines at Dayr al-Zawr, where the bombing occurred and where 83 Syrian army were killed, have been within 100 meters since 2015. They’ve been very standardized. The US and Britain bombed clearly long-established lines, using guided munitions, satellite surveillance and drone surveillance. They had a full surveillance package on this.
More countries acknowledge their participation in the airstrikes that killed 83 soldiers in the Syrian city of Dayr al-Zawr on Saturday.
Funny having an orange Oompa-Loompa who has had half a ton of fat liposuctioned out of his face alone discuss health. At 25 he was 4F for Vietnam. What is he now?
A top US official says upwards of hundred and ten people have been publicly charged in federal court on counts related to the Daesh terrorist group since late 2013.
“Israel blew up the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 to get the Americans into the Middle East to destroy their enemies and pursue this Oded Yinon plan for the destruction and balkanization of the Middle East.”
Since the Saudis and Zionists are practically identical, why not merge the two countries into a new entity called Saudi Israelia?
The Saudis are “dead set on trying to take over Yemen so they can build a pipeline through Yemen and bypass the Strait of Hormuz; and thereby get around that choke point that Iran has a lot of power over.”
Jim W. Dean – Here we have ISIS counterattacking Syrian troops in Aleppo, and the Western pro-Jihadi whiners screaming that not enough humanitarian aid is being delivered in the middle of a battle.
Britain’s ambassador to Lebanon says the Lebanese resistance movement of Hezbollah cannot be blamed for fighting terrorists in neighboring Syria.
British MPs have been given a date in September to debate a motion in the House of Commons to find former prime minister Tony Blair in contempt of parliament for involving the UK in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Jim W. Dean – Shock jock presidential candidate Trump continues to show his allegiance to his media god of “there is no such thing as bad publicity”.
In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Gordon Duff, the senior editor of Veterans Today from Ohio, and Lawrence J. Korb, a US foreign policy and national security analyst from Washington, to discuss the recent shooting incidents all across the United States targeting police officers.