Monthly Archives: June 2018

President al-Assad, Iran phobia..and the cup in Daraa

While Israel is preoccupied with the Iranian presence inside Syria and how many miles the Iranians can be pushed away from the border, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is preoccupied with strengthening his internal front and harvesting the fruits of his field victories and arranging his military home after the war years. He decrees a good financial increase on the salaries ...

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Justice and Development Party (AK Party) – Undermining the Foundations the Republic of Turkey (Part 13)

By “Ahmad Sulaiman Al-Ibrahim” – a researcher on Turkish affairs There is no doubt that we can’t expect a formal meeting between an official of the American administration and Erdogan who visited Washington in January 2002 without assuming any official position. Especially that shortly after this visit,Boland Ajawid, the Turkish Prime Minister,is going to officially visit the United States. For ...

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Austria against political manipulation of Islam

 11 June 2018 Enforcing the law on Islam adopted in Feb 2015, the Austrian Minister for Internal Affairs  has proceeded to close down 7 mosques and to expel 40 Imams (some of the 260 Imams that are present in the country). Specifically, the Austrian authorities have reproached these Imams for organizing a ceremony with children in military uniforms. This goes ...

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Assad, the strategic fault-lineand international balance

By Nasser Qindeel Before the war on Syria broke out and before the Western Spring was unleashed on the Arab world, President Assad foresaw the strategic vacuum resulting from the crises that hit the US role and presence in the region. He has observed the grand transformationsundergone in geopolitical equations and sciences. He recognized the fact that regional security can ...

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“Who owns the world media is the one who kills humans”

This is what a Libyan academic wrote: “One morning I hired an African worker to clean my roof of my house (which later turned out to be an assistant professor at the university of Kinshasa; capital of Congo).” He completed his task and so I wanted to drive him back to Duran Island, on our way we shared a conversation ...

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«Syrian public debt»: a surprise ?!

Nisreen Zureik wrote in the Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar, ” Land for Debt”, that exaggerative term was used by many “missionaries” as a possible way for the Syrian state to solve its problems of public debt that “recorded astronomical numbers” according to those allegations. But the phrase was abruptly withdrawn, or almost withdrawn, after the World Bank published its International Debt ...

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Jordan: Unexpected and unpredictable

By Bassam Hashem To begin with, it might be wiser to start getting used to see the most unexpected and unpredictable suddenly coming true. We might need to readjust our brains to tune with the complex, multi-dimensional and multi-layered inter-locking way of thinking that  surely involves a sort of accumulative nature in terms of time. This prelude is an essential ...

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Goodbye to Cancer… “Metal Seed” Destroys Tumors in 10 Minutes

British Daily Telegraph reported that British Scientists discovered what is described as the magnetic “metal seed” that can destroy brain tumors in only 10 minutes. This new invention uses “MRI scanners” to heat up cancer cells until they die. The British University College London has developed the new cure which involves injecting a tiny magnetic metal seed in the bloodstream, ...

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The upcoming tempest of victory in the South

By Dr. Ahmad al-Hajj Ali The South was the beginning and it should be the end. Battles are not subject to speculation or theorization. In the south, the already-held belief that the Syrian homeland has attained ultimate victory over terrorismwould be further consolidated  and would leave no room for any potential doubt. This victory has been attained by means of ...

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The moon of peace shines from Sochi

By: Dr. Ali al-Shoaibi It has been seven years and three months since the beginning of the unjust war on Syria, a devastating war that almost left nothing undestroyed , history has never witnessed a war with  this amount of brutal blood shedding like this one..a war that brought all the bitterness and pain in the world to the Syrian ...

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