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Israelis – Not Muslims – Cheered in Jersey City on 9/11
Posted: Saturday, November 28, 2015

Israelis – Not Muslims – Cheered in Jersey City on 9/11

Russia has right to military response after jet downing: Naryshkin

Vladimir Putin announces Russian sanctions against Turkey
Kremlin decree issued to 'ensure national security' includes restrictions on imports and on Turkish staff working for Russian businesses

Turkish weapons 'heading to end in ISIS hands': RT speaks to Cumhuriyet journalists
Journalists from one of few remaining independent newspapers in Turkey, Cumhuriyet, whose editors were recently, arrested, have spoken to RT from their Istanbul office, sharing what they know about Turkey's alleged connections with Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

Turkey boosts arms supplies to Syria terrorists in exchange for oil & antiques – Damascus

Putin and Hollande go after Erdogan's racket

Kremlin says Putin 'fully mobilized' to tackle threat from Turkey

Military expert: Turkish air force stalked Russian jets 'for several days'

Turkey suspends Syria flights after crisis with Russia
The Turkish army has suspended flights over Syria as part of an ongoing joint military campaign with the United States against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) after it shot down a Russian jetfighter, sparking an unprecedented crisis between Ankara and Moscow.

WHY? Turkey Openly Refuses to Fight ISIL; Quits US Military Coalition?
Another cowardly act from Erdogan's Turkey. Now they are openly refusing to fight ISIL citing threat of S-400, Su-27 air cover and hostile attitudes of Russians after they themselves provoked it.

Erdogan's Mistake: Russia May Now Initiate Own 'No-Fly Zone' Over Syria
President Erdogan's mistake in shooting down the Russian Su-24 bomber 'has waived the green light' for Russia to initiate a 'no-fly zone' by deploying additional fighter power and air defense systems in Syria, US columnist Jim W. Dean notes.

Putin Asks France for Map of Syria's Anti-ISIS Rebels to Avoid Bombing Them
Status of Various Rebel Factions Long Unclear

Belgian Physicists Calculate that Everyone Is Lying About the Downed Russian Jet

Kremlin says Western powers 'not ready' to work in anti-IS coalition with Russia

Syrian troops could be used to help fight Isis, France's foreign minister says
Laurent Fabius says use of government troops will only be an option if and when a unity government without Assad is in place

Thousands attend protests against UK airstrikes on Syria:
Thousands of people gathered outside Downing Street and in cities around the UK on Saturday to protest against the government's plans to bomb Islamic State targets in Syria.

Iranian media is revealing that scores of the country's fighters are dying in Syria

Saudi-led Yemen strikes illegally kill civilians: HRW

In Yemen War, Mercenaries Launched By Blackwater Head Were Spotted Today

Enslaving People to Keep Them Safe from Government-Produced Enemies
Why did our American ancestors enact the Fourth Amendment? Because they knew that governments everywhere attract the same type of people — those who mean well as they smash down people's doors with the aim of keeping people in society "safe and secure," including from enemies that government policies produce. By enacting the amendment, our American ancestors were striving to protect American society from those types of people within the federal government.

The pretend war: why bombing Isil won't solve the problem
The deployment of our military might in Syria will exacerbate regional disorder – and it will solve nothing

Obama Administration Changed the Rationale for Why Assassinations Don't Violate the Assassination Prohibition

Suspect identified in Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting, 3 killed, 9 injured

Turkish F-16 attacked Russian Su-24 without warning
Posted: Thursday, November 26, 2015

Turkish F-16 attacked Russian Su-24 without warning, both were above Syria – commander

Putin: Turkey deliberately leading relations with Russia 'into a gridlock'
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Turkey of intentionally bringing relations with Russia into a 'gridlock' following the incident with the downed Russian bomber in Syria.

Let's talk, Turkey: Downing of Russian SU-24 bomber just doesn't add up

Russia will pull out of Syria coalition if downing of jet is repeated, says Putin
Russian president agrees closer ties to defeat Islamic State but says any more 'unacceptable' incidents would mean 'an end to cooperation with anybody'

'Commercial scale' oil smuggling into Turkey becomes priority target of anti-ISIS strikes
Islamic State's daring and impudent oil smuggling into Turkey should become a high-priority target in order to cripple the terrorist group, President Putin said, backed by French President Francois Hollande. Both agree that the source of terrorist financing must be hit first and foremost.

Russia 'wipes out' Syrian rebels in area where its jet was brought down

Russia deploys cutting-edge S-400 air defense system to Syrian base after Su-24 downing
Moscow has deployed its newest S-400 air defense missile system to Khmeimim in Syria as part of a security boost following the downing of a Russian jet by Turkey earlier this week.

Mystery over who bombed Turkish convoy allegedly carrying weapons to militants in Syria
A Turkish convoy, which according to some reports was transporting weapons to terrorist organizations, has been hit by apparent airstrikes in northwestern Syria.

Russia targets Turkish economy over downed warplane

Turkish PM Warns Russia Not to Attack Syrian Turkmens
Brags of Giving Order Himself to Shoot Down Russian Plane

UAE Dispatches Colombian Mercenaries to Yemen
The United Arab Emirates have made a lot of their involvement in the Saudi war against Yemen, and were one of the first to send ground troops into the nation to try to seize territory from the Shi'ite Houthis. The troops weren't all Emiratis, however.

If you keep saying Saudi Arabia is like ISIS, you might get sued
Now, reports in the Saudi press suggest that authorities have a new tactic for those who compare them to the Islamic State: taking them to court. According to a report in pro-government newspaper Al Riyadh, the Saudi justice ministry is planning to sue a Twitter user who suggested that a death sentence recently handed out to a Palestinian artist for apostasy was "ISIS-like."

Saudi Arabia executions: Kingdom to behead 50 men convicted of terrorism offences despite threat of Shia revolt
Impervious to international opinion, the desert kingdom is poised to execute more than 50 people, three of whom were under 18 when their alleged crime took place. All because of a power struggle within the ruling family

Mali manuscripts: Nations treasure trove of ancient books saved from jihadists are once again at risk
There are fears that Islamists may try to complete the cultural cleansing they started almost three years ago in Timbuktu

US Muslim forced off plane cites Islamophobia
Being told to get off plane in front of passengers was "humiliating", says Kameelah Rasheed, who alleges discrimination.

Putin will respond
Posted: Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Turkey Brings NATO to the Precipice of War With Russia
By shooting down a Russian fighter jet, Ankara could sunder the growing coalition against ISIS, which it has been aiding and abetting for some time.

Turkey has spent years allowing jihadist groups to flourish - so beware its real reasons for shooting down a Russian plane
Turkey has no interest in the peaceful settlement to the conflict in Syria that world powers are negotiating. As Erdogan gets desperate, he will attempt to bring focus back to Assad

NATO faces new Mideast crisis after downing of Russian jet by Turkey

'Turkish jets gave us no warning before shooting' – rescued pilot of downed Russian Su-24
The navigator of the Russian Su-24 shot down by a Turkish fighter jet on Tuesday insists that his plane did not cross into Turkey's airspace, and says he was given no visual or radio warning before being fired at.

Downing of Russian Su-24 looks like a planned provocation - Lavrov

Turkey Provokes Russia with Shoot-down
Turkey appears to have deliberately shot down a Russian warplane as a provocation designed to escalate tensions between NATO and Russia, a ploy that seems to have sucked in President Obama as he tries to look tough against Russia to appease his neocon critics, writes Robert Parry

Ankara defends ISIS, Turkish officials have financial interest in oil trade with group - PM Medvedev
Some Turkish officials have 'direct financial interest' in the oil trade with the terrorist group Islamic State, Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev said as he detailed possible Russian retaliation to Turkey's downing of a Russian warplane in Syria on Tuesday.

Downed in 17 seconds? Where Turkey's story of Su-24 violating airspace just does not add up

Putin will respond: Russians feel betrayed as Turkey stabs them in the back

HRW & Amnesty condemn Saudi airstrike on Yemeni factory with UK-made missile

'Chilling' Video of Alleged Murder Made Public as Chicago Cop Finally Charged
By 'artificially delaying justice for 400 days,' city officials have 'allowed anger, mistrust and resentment to build up to a fever pitch'

Protests Erupt in Chicago After Video of Laquan McDonald Being Shot by Police Released

These 3 judges hold the fate of the Internet in their hands
Next week, a federal appeals court in Washington will hear one of its biggest cases of the year, one whose outcome will directly affect how Internet providers can alter your experience online.

Missouri supreme court rules to dismiss death row inmate's murder convictions
Reggie Clemons, a Missouri prisoner who has spent 22 years on death row for the 1991 rape and murder of two sisters, has had his convictions thrown out by the state’s highest court on grounds that he was denied a fair trial through prosecutorial misconduct.

Two Versions Of The Latakia Plane Incident
Posted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The Two Versions Of The Latakia Plane Incident

UN Backs Russia's War on US-Backed Syria Terrorists
UN Security Council resolution authorises 'all necessary means' to be used against grops associated with al Qaeda

Hitting Saudi Arabia Where It Hurts
Though faced with a global terrorism crisis, Official Washington can't get beyond its neocon-led "tough-guy-gal" rhetoric. But another option – financial sanctions on Saudi Arabia – might help finally shut down the covert supply of money and arms to Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, writes Robert Parry.

Turkey downs Russian warplane near Syria border, Moscow denies airspace violation

Russian rescue helicopter 'shot down by Syrian rebels' while searching for pilots of plane downed by Turkey

Russian Su-24 pilots shot dead while parachuting over Syria - Turkmen militia

Turkey believes Russian pilots still alive, seeking their release - govt official

Putin: Downing of Russian jet over Syria stab in the back by terrorist accomplices

Turkey's Stab in the Back
Downing of Russian plane by Turkey augurs World War III

Paris: Made in Libya, not Syria
The alleged and now reportedly deceased architect of the Paris attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, did not fight "for IS." He fought "with" Katibat al-Battar al-Libi, a Libyan outfit.

Whoa there, David Cameron! Haste and Rhetoric is no Recipe for Peace
Reactions to Paris and Mali have been militaristic rhetoric brought about by ignorance and refusal to understand the injustices of the Middle East

Russia deploys missile cruiser off Syria coast, ordered to destroy any target posing danger
Moscow plans to suspend military cooperation with Ankara after the downing of a Russian bomber by Turkish air forces, Russian General Staff representatives said on Tuesday. Further measures to beef up Russian air base security in Syria will also be taken.

NATO calls 'extraordinary meeting' after Turkey downs Russian jet

Pentagon backs Turkey's version of events, blames 'incursion' of Russian jet

Paris Attacks Spur Emergency Edict and Intense Policing in France
All over France, from Toulouse in the south to Paris and beyond, the police have been breaking down doors, conducting searches without warrants, aggressively questioning residents, hauling suspects to police stations and putting others under house arrest.

81 Killed across Iraq; Canada Accused of Bombing Civilians

Report: Canadian Airstrike Killed 10 Civilians in Mosul
Already facing growing pressure over keeping previous reports of civilian deaths from the public, the Canadian military is once again facing allegations of killing Iraqi civilians, this time in a strike last week against ISIS-held Mosul.

US coalition strikes in Syria 'killed 250 civilians'

US troops begin training Ukrainian regular forces
US military experts on Monday began training Ukrainian soldiers and special operations forces in the war-torn country, the Pentagon said.

Obama Warns Hollande: Don't Let ISIS War Distract From Crackdown on Russia
When Russia first became involved in the ISIS war in Syria last month, US priorities began to shift dramatically, seeking to ensure that Russia's war against ISIS was isolated and distinct from America's own war, while predicting Russia would face a grim defeat. Being hostile toward Russia is an end unto itself in US foreign policy, and something that's been a focus for generations.

UAE blames Islamists for delay in anti-Houthi operations
A key member of a Saudi-led Arab coalition has blamed Islamists for delays in its military operations to expel Houthi rebels from the key southwestern province of Taiz.

Mali releases photos of slain gunmen in hotel attack
State media broadcast photos Monday of the two slain attackers of a luxury hotel in Mali's capital, appealing for anyone who knew them to come forward with information about the gunmen.

U.S. to sanction four in Burundi over violence
The United States will sanction four current and former Burundi government officials, including the minister of public security, over ongoing violence in the country, the White House said on Monday.

This Thanksgiving, Let's Say 'No Thanks' to the Tyranny of the American Police State

Posted: Friday, November 20, 2015

UN Council Approves French Resolution for 'All Necessary Measures' Against ISIS
Member states should "intensify their efforts to stem the flow of foreign terrorist fighters to Iraq and Syria and to prevent and suppress the financing of terrorism."

Deadly suicide attack rocks northern Cameroon

Suspected Boko Haram bombing kills at least 10 people and wounds dozens near Nigerian border, security sources say.

At least 27 dead as gunmen seize more than 100 at Mali hotel
Malian security sources said at least 22 hostages had been killed, adding that French special forces were "participating in operations alongside Malians". Two US special forces troops who happened to be at the nearby US embassy for meetings assisted in the rescue of six Americans.

MASSACRE IN MALI: At least 27 bodies found dead inside hotel as US Special Forces take out two Al-Qaeda terrorists and rescue terrified survivors after storming building

Mali Hotel Terror Attack: What to Know About Ex-French Colony
The hotel hostage crisis in Mali took place 2,600 miles from Paris but the former French colony has already been targeted by terrorists angry at France for its campaigns against Islamic militant groups including ISIS. France still has troops in the African state after it launched a military operations against Islamic extremists in the north of the country in 2013.

Al-Mourabitoun Group Claims Responsibility for Mali Attack

Army: 3 confirmed dead in attack on Mali hotel in capital

Paris and the Soldiers of the Caliphate: More War, More Blowback

Aggressive Crackdown Spelling End of Europe's Famous Open Borders

A war the West cannot win

Why it's hard to draw a line between Snowden and the Paris attacks

France wants UN to authorize 'all necessary measures' against IS

Kuwait says detains group supplying funds, weapons to IS

Beijing vows justice as ISIS kills Chinese, Norwegian hostages

Islamic State claims attack on Italian missionary in Bangladesh

Russia Dramatically Increases Anti-Daesh Operations

In the fight against ISIS, Russia ain't taking prisoners
The so-called Islamic State should have learned by now: they've picked a fight against the wrong guys. We have entered "take no prisoners" territory. For Russia, now all the gloves are off.

Boko Haram Ranked Ahead of ISIS for Deadliest Terror Group
As much of the world remains focused on the Islamic State and its horrific attacks in Paris, another radical band of extremists has, by one account, captured the infamous title of the world's deadliest terrorist group: Boko Haram.

Honduras: Detained Syrians planned to seek refuge in US

Venezuela president orders investigation after report on U.S. spying

The Paris Attacks and the White Lives Matter Movement

Al Shabaab: Deadly Campaign Of Terror Attacks
The militant group has carried out a series of massacres in east Africa, singling out non-Muslims in some of its deadly raids.

6 Painful Truths About the War on Terrorism

Proof U.S. Government Wanted ISIS To Emerge In Syria

Proof U.S. Government Wanted ISIS To Emerge In Syria
But before you listen to one more politician tell you what we need to do, you need to know what politicians knew about ISIS three years ago and the actions they still took.

9/11, 3/11, 7/7, 11/13
Posted: Thursday, November 19, 2015

9/11, 3/11, 7/7, 11/13 = New York, Madrid, London, Paris

It's Not a War on Terror, it's a War on Intelligence...

NYT Editorial Slams “Disgraceful” CIA Exploitation of Paris Attacks, But Submissive Media Role Is Key
A truly superb New York Times editorial this morning mercilessly shames the despicable effort by U.S. government officials to shamelessly exploit the Paris attacks to advance long-standing agendas. Focused on the public campaign of the CIA to manipulate post-Paris public emotions to demonize transparency and privacy and to demand still-greater surveillance powers for themselves...

Military Intervention Is the Problem, Not the Solution
The Islamic State's latest atrocities are a calculated effort to bring the war in Syria home to the countries participating in it.

Putin – Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Man
Almost everyone now recognises that Russia's military intervention in Syria to defeat the so-called Islamic State terror group was the right call to make. Russian President Vladimir Putin isn't crowing about it. He doesn't have to.

“No Ground Troops to Syria:” Obama's Smartest Move in Eight Years?

Stopping ISIS: Follow the Money
Wars are expensive. The recruitment and sustainment of fighters in the field, the ongoing purchases of weapons and munitions, as well as the myriad other costs of struggle, add up.

British air strikes on Isis in Syria: Labour MPs warn they will rebel if not given free vote on bombing
Cameron has warned that he would not 'outsource' decisions needed 'to keep our country safe' to the UN

Paris attacks: Saudi Arabia's King Salman donates $110m to set up anti-terror centre in wake of French shootings
King Salman said the fight against terrorism was 'the responsibility of the entire international community'

Paris Terror: Air Strikes Will Have Little Effect if They Are the Only Weapon in the War Against Isis
French aircraft have bombed Raqqa, Isis's capital, and hit an Isis training camp and a suspected arms depot according to a local monitoring group. But ten French planes dropping 20 bombs are unlikely to achieve very much because targets are concealed, dispersed and difficult to detect.

World unites after IS terror but strikes may backfire, experts say

Arab Nations' Intel Tips Often Go Unheeded in West
Iraq, Saudi Arabia Gave France Pre-Attack Warnings

Turkey Fans Boo Moment of Silence for Paris Attacks, Then Break Out Into This Chant

Someone Wants War with Russia

'War on civilized world': Medvedev urges powers to unite after Russian plane bombing, Paris attacks

Long-range bombers to fly anti-ISIS missions from Russia, Putin orders Navy to work with France

Report: Russian Plane Bomb Was in Cabin, Not Luggage
ISIS Picture Also Adds to Speculation of Passenger Detonating Bomb

Iran starts dismantling nuclear equipment, U.N. report says
Iran has disconnected almost a quarter of its uranium-enriching centrifuges in less than a month, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Wednesday, suggesting it is racing to implement an agreement restricting its nuclear activities.

Keep Assad in power to defeat Isis in Syria, says former UK military chief
General Sir David Richards says Cameron aim of dealing with Isis and getting rid of president at same time 'not plausible'

Assad: no political process while 'terrorists' in Syria

Russia To Ban All Food Imports From Ukraine
Russia has announced it will ban all food imports from Ukraine starting on January 1. Russian Economy Minister Aleksei Ulyukayev told TV channel Rossia-24 on November 18 that Russia was taking the action "because Ukraine has joined the sanctions against the Russian Federation -- economic and financial."

Senegal debates banning burqa to stop terrorists disguised in Islamic dress
Faced with the rise of Boko Haram in west Africa, Senegal is contemplating joining the Republic of the Congo, Chad, and Cameroon in outlawing the traditional garment worn by some Muslim women.

Africa blasts ICC as world crimes court members meet
The AU has blasted the world's only permanent war crimes court for its unrelenting focus on the continent, as it called for a case against Kenya's deputy president to be dropped.

Africa must set up own ICC to try Europeans, says Mugabe

Who Made the Terror?
Posted: Monday, November 16, 2015

After Paris, Rights Groups Warn Against Knee-Jerk 'National Security' Overreach
'Whilst closed oppressive societies breed hatred and barbarism, open reflective states built on rights, freedoms and the rule of law ultimately prevail.'

Putin comes in from the cold: Desperate world leaders cosy up to Russian President to get him to join the fight against ISIS
Desperate world leaders today lined up to try to woo Russian President Vladimir Putin to back global efforts to defeat ISIS. For more than a year relations with Moscow have been in the deep freeze over Russian incursions in Ukraine. But now Mr Putin is seen as holding the key to resolving the bloody civil war in Syria which has given rise to ISIS fanatics.

G20: Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin agree to Syrian-led transition
Presidents of US and Russia meet at leaders' conference and agree to have the UN negotiate a peace deal between the opposition and the Assad regime

President al-Assad to French delegation: Terrorist attacks on Paris can't be separated from those of Beirut and events in Syria
President Bashar al-Assad received on Saturday a French delegation, including a number of parliamentarians, intellectuals, and media men, headed by member of the French National Assembly Thierry Mariani.

Mindless terrorists? The truth about Isis is much worse

France Vows to Continue ISIS War 'Without Mercy'
US Pledges to Support All French Escalations in Conflict

Paris: You Don't Want to Read This

Abdelhamid Abaaoud named as alleged mastermind of Paris terror attacks
Official tells AP that man behind plot was Abdelhamid Abaaoud, also suspected of involvement in narrowly averted attack on high-speed train in August

Iraq: ISIS Leader Baghdadi Ordered Attack on Paris
Iraqi Intel Sent Warning to France the Day Before Paris Attacks

In France, defense experts 'see parallels to Israel'
French-born Israeli Jonathan-Simon Sellem says Jewish community was warned of impending mass terror attack

After Paris attacks, pressure builds for big military response to Islamic State

How Saudi/Gulf Money Fuels Terror
With the death toll in the Paris terror attacks still rising, French President Hollande is condemning an “act of war” by the Islamic State, but the underlying reality is that France's rich friends in the Persian Gulf are key accomplices in the mayhem, writes Daniel Lazare.

Paris Under Attack – Smells like False Flag all Over
France is at war – words reminiscent to George Bush and his clan after 9/11.

Just as Innocent - Comparing Beirut and Paris
A Lebanese journalist asks why we categorise Lebanese victims as we mourn French ones.

Non-French War Deaths Matter

Paris: Who Made the Terror?
The US and its allies murdered one million civilians in Iraq, using indefinite sanctions and war, destroyed all public infrastructure, and gutted all institutions. Do you think that would cause some people to be pissed off and desperate?

13/11 Paris Massacre: Pour Quel Profit?

ISIS had initially sent 5 bombers for Lebanon attacks: Machnouk

Russia says Hezbollah not a terrorist group - Ifax
Moscow does not consider Shi'ite Muslim group Hezbollah to be a terrorist organisation, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov was quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying on Sunday.

Egypt police kill 15 Sudanese migrants at Israel border
Egyptian officials in the Sinai Peninsula say police killed 15 Sudanese migrants and wounded another eight who were trying to jump the border fence into Israel.

You Can't Understand ISIS If You Don't Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia
The dramatic arrival of Da'ish (ISIS) on the stage of Iraq has shocked many in the West. Many have been perplexed -- and horrified -- by its violence and its evident magnetism for Sunni youth. But more than this, they find Saudi Arabia's ambivalence in the face of this manifestation both troubling and inexplicable, wondering, "Don't the Saudis understand that ISIS threatens them, too?"

Say hello to my cruise missiles: Escobar
Posted: Thursday, October 15, 2015

Say hello to my cruise missiles: Escobar
The New Great Game in Eurasia advanced in leaps and bounds last week after Russia fired 26 cruise missiles from the Caspian Sea against 11 ISIS/ISIL/Daesh targets across Syria, destroying all of them. These naval strikes were the first known operational use of state-of-the-art SSN-30A Kalibr cruise missiles.

US, Russia & Syria: The Problem With Faking It
The great danger of faking your ability to do something in the public square is that someone with an actual desire to the job you are pretending to do might come along and show you up. This is what has just happened to the US in Syria with the entrance of Russia into the fight against ISIL.

Turkey would talk with Russia and Iran on political solution in Syria: PM

US Arms Shipments Fuel Proxy War With Russia Over Syria
US Stepping Up Shipments of Anti-Tank Missiles

US draws a line on protecting CIA-backed rebels in Syria

US Weapons Drops Arming Unvetted Syrian Rebel Factions
Pentagon Insists Rebels Don't Need to Be Vetted

US Military Official: Russian Airstrikes Benefiting IS
Some Russian airstrikes in Syria are benefiting Islamic State militants, a U.S. military official said Tuesday. Russia, meanwhile, is worried that a recent U.S. airdrop of arms to Syrian rebels might end up benefiting the Islamic State.

Putin slams US on Syria, says partners have 'mush for brains'
"I think some of our partners simply have mush for brains, they do not have a clear understanding of what really happens in the country and what goals they are seeking to achieve."

Lavrov: Little doubt US arms delivered to Syrian opposition to fall into terrorists' hands

US airdrops arms in Syria as Russia escalates bombing campaign
Just days after terminating its disastrously failed program to arm and train US-backed “rebels” in Syria, the Pentagon announced Monday that US Air Force C-17 cargo planes escorted by fighter jets airdropped some 50 tons of arms, ammunition and grenades to anti-government forces.

Myth About Moderate Rebels
Washington has been continuing to develop measures against the Russian strategy in Syria. First of all, the US has to demonstrate the existence of the so-called “moderate rebels”. For that reason the topic of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) became popular in the US and European media. But what is the FSA?

U.S. Weaponry Is Turning Syria Into Proxy War With Russia

US vs Russia military showdown is INEVITABLE top MI6 chief warns
RUSSIA and the US are set for a cataclysmic clash, an MI6 chief has warned as Vladimir Putin's continues its campaign of air strikes in Syria.

Obama and Putin Agreed To Screw Erdogan?
It's official! The New York Times finally admits that the "CIA rebels" in Syria who received tons of TOW anti-tank missiles are working under the field command of al-Qaeda/Jabhat al Nusra...

Rockets hit Russian embassy compound in Damascus

Israel’s new security steps: IDF to guard buses, surround Arab neighborhoods
Cabinet measures to counter terror wave include demolishing homes of terrorists and revoking their families’ residency rights

'Israel is a terrorist state'
Palestinian citizens of Israel are angered by Israel's restrictions on access to al-Aqsa and Palestinian casualties.

Obama Won't Back Down After Chinese Threat, Sends U.S. Warships To Contested Islands In "Matter Of Days"

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