Monthly Archives: November 2017

Hezbollah’s message to Israel: do not forget to watch your back

Hezbollah’s military war propaganda launched a new media war against Israel. The party published pictures taken from inside an Israeli settlement adjacent to the border between occupied Palestine and Lebanon. The pictures were accompanied by the words “For those who think they are following our trail, do not forget to watch your back too”. The phrases were written in both ...

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The great honor

On 5/14 of each year, the English and the world’s scientists celebrate the largest adventure in history that occurred in 1796 on that day , the hero of this adventure was the English physician Edward Jenner. In  that period , Europe in general, including England, was hit with the most serious disease on humanity, smallpox, which killed more than 60 ...

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Russia develops electromagnetic weapons that turn enemy mechanisms into junk

Vladimir Mikheev, a  senior adviser to ( radio-Electronic Technologies Concern) KRET’s chief, said that Russia’s defense industry had come up with the Alabuga, a new electro-magnetic missile, which uses a powerful UHF emitter to disable all enemy electronics within a radius of 3.5 kilometers (2.3 miles), turning it into “a heap of scrap metal.” In an interview with Sputnik, Vladimir ...

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The Syrian war is decided – Stratfor, a US Intelligence site

Under the title: “The Syrian war is decided,” the US intelligence site “Stratfor” ran a report by Charles Glass saying that  after six and a half years of war, al Assad’s enemies are scurrying back to him. Insurgents with the combined backing of Syria’s enemies failed to dislodge him. Nothing succeeds like success, and al Assad’s tenacity has forced his ...

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Eternal Disc Stores Data for 1 Million Years

Russia is completing work on super-stable optical manufacturing memory technology that will allow designing a disc capable of storing data for one million years. The head of Nano structuring laboratory at the Foundation of Advanced Research Projects (FARP) Ivan Glebov said that a prototype of the “eternal disc” has been made and it is expected to finish designing work in ...

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Tsunami Hits the US Dollar

CNBC report stated that China intends to take serious step to stop the global dominance of the US Dollar, this may indeed happen this year. According to CNBC report, the new strategy of China is to offer the future oil contracts in Yuan in the coming months. Beijing hopes, in case this step became popular and widespread worldwide, to put ...

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Robert Ford: Washington’s Exit from Syria is the least Bad Option

“Foreign Affairs” journal has published an article written by Robert Ford, the ex-American Ambassador in Syria, in which he believes that the Syrian Government has enforced its power through east and west of the country. He pointed out that although the Russian and American military operations are separated, the situation is changing through Al-Assad’s gains achieved in the east of ...

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Arab Betrayals of Syria – Part III

By Alexander Toussi In this part, we shall talk about the Gulf. In 1990, the then Iraqi President Saddam Hussein declared war on Kuwait, accusing it of stealing Iraqi oil. The move sent a historical shock wave throughout the region because it was unprecedented in all terms. No matter what the actual dispute between Iraq and Kuwait has been and ...

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Pretenders of democracy export democracy

By Mohamed Bawadi  In the United States and almost all other “democracies”, there are only two major parties led by one center. Yet, they want us to allow for the formation of dozens of parties, in the name of democracy and freedom. In America (the United States), Communist parties are banned by the law, yet they want us not to ...

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Close-minded

The judge asked the assassin of former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat: “Why did you kill Sadat?    The killer answered: because he was “secular”    The judge asked: and do you know what does “secular” mean?     The killer simply said: No!! I don’t! In the incident of the attempt to assassinate the late Egyptian writer “Naguib Mahfouz,” the judge ...

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