OPCW Faces Dilemma Over New Mechanism to Assign Blame for Chemical Attacks

Moscow is not going to cooperate with a new body of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which will investigate incidents and assign blame for chemical attacks, Russian Envoy to the OPCW and Ambassador to the Netherlands Alexander Shulgin told Izvestia. Russia categorically objects to expanding the OPCW’s functions and vows to “do…

US Forces Relocate Hundreds of Daesh Families From Syria to Iraq

Oleg BurunovSyria’s state-run news agency SANA cited local sources as saying on Thursday that the US military had transported more than 600 family members of Daesh terrorists from Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah to neighbouring Iraq’s safe sanctuaries. They mainly included women and children who were moved from the al-Hol refugee camp after five US…

Fabrications in Mind of Western Officials

Dr. Mohamad Abdo Al-Ibrahim The war in Syria was about capturing the hearts of the people, and you cannot capture the hearts of the people by bombarding them, underscored President  Bashar Al-Assad in his recent interview with RT-UK TV Channel. President Assad noted in reply to other questions regarding ”chemical’ attacks against Syrians that such…

Syria: OPCW Whistleblowers Confirm What We Already Knew

Tony Cartalucci Whistleblowers have come forward revealing what many had known all along – that the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) had deliberately altered various reports and suppressed evidence regarding alleged chemical weapon attacks in Syria to help bolster US war propaganda. The Courage Foundation – comprised of various whistleblowers and investigative journalists – in…

US B-52 Bomber En Route to Syria Escorted by Greek Fighter Jets

Sputnik-Middle East Two Greek F-16 fighter jets provided an escort to a US B-52 bomber on its way to Syria during its flight over Cyprus on Friday, the Kathimerini newspaper reported. The bomber took off from Fairford Royal Air Force Base in Gloucestershire, the United Kingdom, and was joined by the Greek aircraft as it…

Nuclear Weapons and Turkey Since 1959

National Security Archive Via The New Dark Age Members of Congress Worried in 1960 That Leaders of a Coup “Might Seize Control” of Weapons Other U.S. Officials Feared Risks of Accidental War or Overreaction to Local Crises During Mid-1960s Turkish Officials Were Interested in Producing an “Atomic Bomb” Washington, D.C., October 30, 2019 – The…

Secret Document Revealed Plans for Civil War in Lebanon

During a visit by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo last March, Lebanese President Michel Aoun reportedly received a US-Israeli document detailing plans for creating a civil war in Lebanon, a report said. In an article published on April 5, Geopolitics Alert reported on the secret document, based on a report by Lebanese TV channel…

US Tries to Reverse Syrian Fortunes with “Baghdadi Raid”

Editorial Comment: In July, 2017, Tony Cartalucci began his article on an earlier report of the alleged killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi with this cautionary observation which bears repeating today: Hopeful onlookers should recall how Bin Laden’s death was followed by the expansion of terrorism, not its defeat. A.V. Tony Cartalucci The Western media is…

Unconfirmed Reports on Killing Abu Baker al-Baghdadi by US Forces

27 October، 2019 Washington, SANA A US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the American Newsweek Magazine that the US military has conducted a special operations raid on Saturday targeting Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization, without confirming if the operation was successful. The official said that the operation was conducted…