Tag Archives: Syria

ماذا يجب أن تعلمنا هذه الحرب؟ (What should the Syrian war teach us?)

Rubble of Syrian civil war بقلم منذر هنداوي هذه Read more [...]

The US White House’s mercenary connection

Erik Prince of Blackwater Lawrence Davidson examines the Trump administration’s latest folly: colluding with the Saudis and other Gulf Arabs to fund and man what amounts to a mercenary army led by Christian fundamentalist Erik Prince to replace the US troops in Syria. Read more [...]

Missiles over Damascus courtesy of monsters in Washington

Monster Trump Lawrence Davidson examines the impulses and traits behind the decision of US President Trump to bomb the Syrian capital for an alleged chemical weapons attack without any hard evidence that the Syrian state was responsible for the attack. Read more [...]

Theresa May let off lightly after launching air strike without Parliament’s permission

Syria bombing - not in my name Stuart Littlewood reviews the UK parliamentarians’ feeble questioning of Prime Minister May – with a few brave exceptions – regarding her failure to consult the legislature before following President Trump and attacking Syria. Read more [...]

UK government’s reckless kowtowing of Trump on Syria – and contempt for the British people

Trump and May holding handsTrump and May holding hands Stuart Littlewood challenges his parliamentary representative to explain the UK government’s disregard for international law and intention not to consult the legislature on its plans to follow Donald Trump in bombing Syria. Read more [...]

On the clamour to repeat the disastrous Iraq and Libya interventions in Syria

Trump warmongering on Syria Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information Read more [...]

The Jewish timeline – from Moses to Netanyahu

Jews from Moses to Netanyahu Gilad Atzmon writes: The Jewish Read more [...]

فَصْلٌ من أجل وصل (Separation in order to connect)

Separation and connection بقلم منذر هنداوي الوصل Read more [...]

Signs of hope in the Middle East? Don’t hold your breath

Middle East map James Dorsey explains why there should be no reason for optimism that violence and instability in the Middle East, whether in Palestine, Iraq, Syria, Yemen or the Gulf states, will come to an end anytime soon. Read more [...]

The Bizarre Case of Bashar: The Syrian regime’s questionable use of nerve gas in Khan Sheikhoun

Syria and the questionable use of Sarin Uri Avnery highlights the lack of evidence that the Syrian government carried out the Sarin gas attack on its own citizens on 4 April 2017, and laments the media’s complicity in perpetuating an apparent falsehood. Read more [...]