East vs. West: Two Approaches to Dealing with Extremism

Brian Berletic The New York Times in its September 3, 2021 article, “New Zealand Police Kill ‘Extremist’ Who Stabbed 6 in ISIS-Inspired Attack,” would report that a Sri Lankan national injured 6 people before being shot to death by police. The article revealed that the suspect arrived in New Zealand in 2011 and has been…

The Persian Gulf is Once Again at the Center of Western Provocations

Viktor Mikhin As part of a concerted effort to pressurize Iran ahead of the expected resumption of nuclear talks in Vienna, Washington and its European allies appear to be using a mysterious and not entirely understandable attack on an oil tanker operated by Israel to extract additional concessions from Tehran.   In doing so, says the…

Complicity in Terror

Patrik Paulov In the second of a two-part series, PATRIK PAULOV examines how two court cases highlight the role of Sweden and Britain in supporting extremist groups in Syria In the  autumn of 2015, a trial in the Swedish city of Gothenburg received a lot of attention. Two men from Gothenburg were charged with terrorist…

Sweden’s Terror Links

Patrik Paulov The stream of travellers from Sweden to terrorist organisations in Syria and Iraq had begun early. According to the Swedish Security Service a total of 300 people had travelled there from 2012 to 2019 — when Isis began to lose its territory toward the end of 2015, the number of travellers decreased dramatically….

Georgia,Turkey: NATO’s Front Line against Iran and Russia

Excerpts from Daily Sabah and Anadolu Agency. The two nations, one a NATO member and the other a NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partner, are also united in isolating Russia in the Black Sea region and turning the sea into a NATO preserve. August 8 will mark the thirteenth anniversary of Georgia’s invasion of South Ossetia and…

Weaponizing “Humanitarian Aid” to Syria: Deceitful Cover for U.S. Support of Al Qaeda and Excuse to Violate Syrian Sovereignty and UN Charter

Rick Sterling Border crossing at Bab al-Hawa between Turkey and Syria. [Source: english.enabbaladi.net] On Friday July 9 the UN Security Council unanimously agreed to a conditional one-year extension of the Turkey/Syria border crossing at Bab al Hawa. As part of the agreement, the UN Secretary General needs to report regularly on what is happening with the…

Genocide and War Crimes: The Effects of “Sanctions” Against Syria

Misión Verdad In Venezuela we have experienced the direct offensive of U.S. unilateral coercive measures (UCM) first hand. But we are not the only country that has been a victim of the financial-economic-commercial criminality of the United States and its “partners”, nor the last to suffer its consequences. Other peoples in their struggle of resistance…

Mikdad: The US, its Allies Transformed the OPCW into a Weapon against Syria

15 April، 2021 Damascus, SANA Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Fayssal Mikdad, affirmed that Syria has fulfilled all its obligations according to its access to the Chemical Weapons conventions despite the difficult conditions it was passing through. “Syria and many other countries have acknowledged that the states which supported and funded armed terrorist groups in Syria,…

Western States, Turkey Dare to Profess Humanitarian Concern for Syria

Turkey is threatening Europe with an influx of millions of refugees from Syria’s conflict, while the United States this week announced over $100 million in “humanitarian aid” for Syria. The Europeans are wringing their hands over further problems from unwanted migration, yet Brussels continues to pile economic sanctions on war-torn Syria, thus impeding the nation’s…