Daily Archives: Wednesday February 28th, 2018

The U.S. Strategy in Iraq and the Region

 By “Mohammad Sadeq Al-Hashemi”  The followingis a summary of the most important reports in this respect: A- What doesAmerica intend to do? Whoever reviews the U.S. reports and statements made bysenior U.S. officials about the future of the U.S.presence in Iraq and the region, will find the following: 1- America still believes that the battle of Syria is not over ...

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Syria’s Kurds are Now Sharing the Sorry Fate of Most Washington’s Allies

Author: Martin Berger One would be mistaken to believe the recent aggravation of the Syrian crisis triggered by the launch of Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch along Syria’s northern border, which has already resulted in military casualties suffered by both the Turkish and Kurdish sides, came as a surprise for those following the conflict carefully. There’s also no denying the fact ...

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Humorous comments on and reactions to downing of the F-16

 The downing by Syrian Air Defenses of an invading Israeli F-16 warplane triggered a plethora of  humorous comments. Here are some of these presumable reactions: The Mufti of Saudi Arabia would say: What the Syrian Arab Army has done is against the Sharia law, because it has fired a masculine missile against a female war-plane and this would be a ...

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Who gets the Noble Prize?

By Dr. Ali al-Shoeibi The Noble Prize seems to bean  “honor” beingawarded exclusively  to those who serve the Zionist entity. Four Egyptians have, so far, been awarded the Noble Prize: Mohammad Anwar al-Sadat for his signing of the Camp David treaty with Israel, by means of which he gave this entity the kiss of life and recognized it as a ...

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