Mossad and CIA are Training Christian Extremist Militia in Lebanon

Steven Sahiounie Covert training camps in the Jordanian desert are currently the site of British and American trainers developing young Lebanese men, loyal to the Christian warlord, Samir Geagea, according to chief editor of Al Mariah magazine, Fadi Abu Deya.  In an interview given to Al Jadeed TV, Abu Deya claimed Geagea is sending fighters to…

Canada Agreed to Repatriate ISIS Wives from Syria

The federal government of Canada has agreed to repatriate 19 Canadian women and children who are detained in northeastern Syria. These Canadians live in camps controlled by the US-backed Kurdish militias that managed to detain hundreds of ISIS terrorists and their wives and children. Phil Gurski, a former CSIS analyst, told CBC News Network that…

Why is Egypt’s Navy Commanding a NATO-Led Coalition in the Red Sea?

The Cradle’s Egypt Correspondent In recent years Egypt has been developing and strengthening its navy in and around the Red Sea, but this is arguably part of a broader US strategy for the region. On 12 December 2022, the Egyptian Navy took over command of the newly established Combined Task Force 153 (CTF 153) from the…

Erdoğan:“Europe’s Sick Man”?

Alexandr Svaranc Turkey, by virtue of its objective geographical position, occupies an important position in the Middle East, has a key influence on regional developments, remains relevant on NATO’s southern flank and controls strategic communications at the junction of three continents (Asia, Europe and Africa). Consequently, many processes in the international system depend on Turkey’s…

Israel and the Russia-Ukraine (NATO) Military Conflict

Salman Rafi Sheikh With multiple objectives in its target list, Israel’s new Netanyahu administration is becoming a key player in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine (Russia-NATO) military conflict. Israel, in other words, is far from neutral. In fact, it has many objectives, and the Netanyahu administration – which is very well connected both with Washington and Moscow…

Iraqi PM Supports Continued Presence of US, NATO Troops

The Cradle The interview with The Wall Street Journal was the first Sudani held with a US media outlet since the October election In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Iraq’s Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani confirmed that the US would continue to have an indefinite military presence in Iraq to combat ISIS. “We think…

Iran, Syria, Yemen: Twitter’s Collaboration with the US Military in Information Warfare

Kit Klarenberg The damning exposure of collusion between the Pentagon and Twitter raises further suspicions about Washington’s ongoing online operations in West Asia. The Cradle has previously deconstructed the Pentagon’s online bot and troll operations targeting Iran. These wide-ranging efforts, over many years, sought to destabilize the Iranian government by disseminating and inciting negative sentiment against it, on a…

The Invisible People

Bouthaina Shaaban I feel it is one of the most pressing needs for humanity to chart an alternative media, a strong media that makes people its primary focus, their lives, their safety, their security, and their prosperity. One might ask: Where is the free Western press, where are the articles, where are the books that…

This Christmas, Think of the Women and Children in Syria

Declan Hayes Millions in Syria face freezing temperatures without critical assistance Consider all the oppressed children of the world, those in Belmarsh, Bethlehem, Damascus, Donbass and all other places who are condemned by NATO to freeze to death on this holy night, this silent night. Christmas 1942. As the Wehrmacht pulverize all before them, German radio…