Daily Archives: Sunday July 9th, 2017

Recognition of the political victory of Syria

Foreign Policy has revealed that the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich that the fate of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is now in Russia’s hands and that the latter should sit in the driver’s seat when it comes to Syria’s future, pointing out that America’s priority now is limited to defeat ” ISIS”. Tillerson said ...

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What prevents America from striking Syria ?.

A US newspaper considered that the pursuit of an ambitious mission against Iran, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the Russians in Syria is dangerous, reckless and unnecessary to protect America’s security interests. This was clearly indicated to in an article in the National Interest magazine, which gives five reasons for that: Washington cannot alone eliminate Daesh The situation won’t be ...

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A reckless and confrontational policy with Russia

The Washington Post published an article in which it referred to a “major shift” that seems to be happening in US foreign policy that will bring it into a new decade of war in the greater Middle East. And this next decade of conflict might prove to be even more destabilizing than the last one. The newspaper pointed out that ...

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The propaganda war on Syria unprecedented since First World War

By “Ian Sinclair“.  Discussing Western reporting of the Syrian war, veteran Middle East correspondent Patrick Cockburn recently noted “fabricated news and one-sided reporting have taken over the news agenda to a degree probably not seen since the First World War. ” Professor Piers Robinson, Chair in Politics, Society and Political Journalism at the University of Sheffield, concurs, arguing “We must now seriously entertain the possibility ...

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” burned papers “

“The United States has identified possible preparations in Syria for another chemical attack that could lead to mass killings of civilians, including innocent children,” said White House spokesman Sean Spicer. “If Assad launches a new attack that leads to mass murder using chemical weapons, he and his army will pay a heavy price,” Spicer warned. Buzzfeed quoted Pentagon officials as ...

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The truth about Khan Shaykhun’s alleged chemical attack

US journalist Seymour Hersh investigated the ترجمة weapon in Syria on April 4-6, 2017. Western media claimed at the time that Syrian planes had thrown poison gas at the town of Khan Shaykhun, but an investigative report by US journalist Seymour Hersh casts doubt on the use of chemical weapons in the town. According to the report of the American ...

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Aggressive aggression without evidence or proof

The American writer Seymour Hersh said in an article in the German newspaper Die Welt that US intelligence had no evidence that the Syrian government was behind the chemical attack on Khan Sheikhon, Hersh confirmed that “Trump” authorized the launch of Tomahawk missiles on the base of alsh’erat, despite the warning of the US intelligence that it did not find ...

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The invention of laser optical fibers

Russian physicists have invented a new type of optical fiber, which can be used to manufacture lasers and superconductors. The director of the Institute of Wireless and Electronic Technologies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Sergei Nikitov, said: “We have invented optical fiber models that will be used in laser devices and in fiber sensors to measure temperature, pressure and ...

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Artificial Intelligence and mind reading!

Scientists from Carnegie Mellon University have developed special algorithms that help analyze brain-mapping information and guess what a person thinks of, according to the scientists, “the new algorithms will help artificial intelligence systems to guess what people are thinking about, by interpreting signals from the brain.” In order to develop these algorithms, scientists programmed them with certain data, containing information ...

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