Tag Archives: Syria

Murder in the name of Allah, funded by Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait

Thugs of jabot al-Nusra/Jabhat Fatah al-sham Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Read more [...]

The prevalence of ignorance and the making of ill-conceived policies

Gary Johnson asks What is Aleppo in interview on MSNBC Lawrence Davidson explains how bad policies are made by ignorant politicians whose decisions are based on briefings prepared by knowledgeable analysts but “darkened by cultural, ideological, political and historical preconceptions”. Read more [...]

The Muslim Brotherhood’s divisive dress code for women

The niqab Nureddin Sabir says the proliferation of the Muslim veil, including the controversial swimwear, the “burkini”, is an indicator of the spread of a pernicious ideology propagated by the Muslim Brotherhood and should concern everyone of us. Read more [...]

هل ما يحصل في سورية عقلاني أم جنون؟

Syria: rationality and realism منذر الهنداوي كل شخص Read more [...]

هل الأخلاق علم، أم دين، أم ماذا؟

Arabic word cloud منذر الهنداوي إلتقيت Read more [...]

Palestine and Zionism: The whole truth

Busting Israel's lies Alan Hart reveals, by recalling private conversations with the most senior Israeli political and military leaders, the lies and deceit used by Israelis to disguise their aggressive and expansionist intentions towards their Arab neighbours in general and the Palestinian people in particular. Read more [...]

من اين دخل إلينا التطرّف؟

Extremism منذر الهنداوي إلى Read more [...]

Israel, Hillary Clinton and the Syrian holocaust

Israel's Syrian holocaust Gilad Atzmon highlights documents from Hillary Clinton’s email archive, published in WikiLeaks, which show a common interest between her and Israel in the destruction of Syria and the fomenting of Shi’i-Sunni civil war in the country and the wider Middle East. Read more [...]

القبول بالآخر مفتاح الديموقراطية

The Other منذر الهنداوي لكن! Read more [...]

Message to Jeremy Corbyn: dump the baggage, build from new

Conservative and Labour Party After his very public humiliation by pro-war rebels in the House of Commons, and with more to come from the dysfunctional Blairite rump of the Labour Party, Stuart Littlewood argues that Jeremy Corbyn might do well to cut his losses and go his own way. Read more [...]