Daily Archives: Thursday June 2nd, 2016

Robert Fisk America is no Longer Demanding the Departure of President Assad

British newspaper “The Independent” published an article by the writer “Robert Fisk,” in which he said that the US has reduced its calls to topple the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, for the Syrian regime is a better bet than ISIS. He added: “The US Central Command chief,” Joseph Votal “visit to northern Syria received less enthusiasm than expected. What is ...

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Daily Telegraph: Turkey is Responsible for the importing Thousands of Terrorists to Syria

British Newspaper “Daily Telegraph” reported that the so called “Trad Mohammed al-Jerabh” who holds the Iraqi and Saudi nationalities, aged 37 years old, has arranged the entry of more than 6 thousand terrorists to Syria during the past two years, in coordination with the Turkish authorities. Records showed that one-third of the foreign terrorists who joined the ranks of the ...

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Die Presse” of Austria “Daash” is recruiting children in Syria to hit Europe”

Chairman of the Dutch intelligence “Aavid Rob Bartolh” warned that the organization of “Daash” trains children on fight and teaches them military trainings in several areas of Syria also it subjects them to processes of teaching to  its radical ideas to persuade them to carry out suicide operations in Europe. The Austrian newspaper  of “Die Presse” quoted at  “Bartolh”  his ...

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Moskovsky US is Terrified of the Russian Air Force

Newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” published an article on the fears of the United States from Russian fighter aircrafts due to their growing interception of US aircrafts. The commander of US Air Force Gen. “Herbert Carlisle” in a statement to the newspaper “USA Today” announced that what he called the “resurgence” of Russia and the “excessive aggression” of China raise concern in ...

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The New York Times the world reap what Saudis sow

“New York Times” newspaper published an article entitled “The world reap what Saudis sow,” stating that Saudi Arabia caused with frustrating US policymakers for years, adding that Riyadh has spent huge amounts of money to promote Wahhabism and it  pointed out that “this thought  inspired the perpetrators eleventh attacks of September and it incites the  organization of “Daash,” and  the ...

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Merkel attacks Erdogan in their own home and she describes him with bossy

the German chancellor, “Merkel “criticized  from Istanbul what she described  with policy of domination followed by “Erdogan”, and attacked the decision of the Turkish parliament to lift the immunity on some of its deputies. Merkel said in Istanbul during her participation in the first international humanitarian summit, it is unlikely to exempt  the Turks  from visas to “Schengen” space on ...

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Discovery of sleeping gas in the depths of the Pacific Ocean

An international team of researchers revealed that the decline the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere witnessed by the Ice Age accompanied by an inverse process is the accumulation of this gas in the depths of the Pacific Ocean. that process lasted over 800 thousand a year, which led to reduce intensity of carbon dioxide in the air from ...

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Creating invisible transparent timber will revolutionize in the world of construction

A group of scientists at the University of Maryland in Sweden are working to develop a transparent copy of wood, as this wood  considers “invisible”, according to what Dr. “Liangping Ho said ” of the university administration to science of materials and engineering, describing this innovation as more stable than traditional wood. The process of transparent wood-making  assimilates in two ...

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creations of the Ottoman Empire

Despite the continued rule of the Ottoman Empire for more than 600 years, we have not seen any achievement or invention or discovery to them so mankind benefited of it, and perhaps the only achievement recorded in their name in history is so-called ((the stake)). Where use of the stake spread on a large scale after the entry of the ...

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