Armed Groups Planning False-Flag Attacks in Syria’s Idlib

The Cradle As Turkiye turns its back on the opposition to restore ties with Syria, extremist attacks are expected to stay on the rise Major General Oleg Yegorov, the deputy head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s Reconciliation Center in Syria, said on 24 January that ‘Takfiri terrorists’ are planning to carry out several false-flag attacks…

The Kurdish Issue in Turkish-American Relations

Alexandr Svaranc The topic of this article, of course, is very complex, profound and ambiguous, which requires more fundamental case studies. The author does not claim to have comprehensive coverage of this issue but will nevertheless try to outline the main features of Turkish-American relations taking into account the Kurdish issue. The Kurdish issue remains…

Opening Syria’s M4 Highway Requires Military Operation against Nusra Front

The Cradle Turkish-backed forces take control of a section of the M4 highway The M4 highway is considered a major crossing for the international shipping route that connects Turkey, Iraq and Jordan via Syria The Cradle received exclusive information on 25 January concerning an inevitable multilateral military operation against the Nusra Front to liberate parts of…

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…

Syria and US War Crimes: The Reckoning is Coming

Christopher Black In an article published here in November 2018, I referred to the statement of the UK representative of a UN organisation named the International, Impartial, Independent Mechanism to Assist in the Investigation and Prosecution of Persons Responsible for the Most Serious Crimes under International Law Committed in the Syrian Arab Republic since March…

Egyptian Economic Crisis Has Hit Syrian Owned Businesses

Steven Sahiounie When the US-NATO attack on Syria for regime change began in 2011, many Syrians began to leave the country for safer areas. After the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi won in a US manipulated election, many Syrians who were followers of the Muslim Brotherhood, packed up and left for Egypt. According to the…

Saudi Crown Prince Defies the US Policy against Syria

Steven Sahiounie In November 2022, Saudi Arabia formally changed its stance on Syria. Saudi Arabia is the political powerhouse of the Middle East, and often shares positions on foreign policy and international issues with the UAE, which has previously re-opened their embassy in Damascus. “The kingdom is keen to maintain Syria’s security and stability and…

Ukraine, Taiwan & Syria and the Emergence of a New World Order

We live in unprecedented times as the conflict in Ukraine is expected to radically alter the global system and give the world some new momentum after more than two decades of absolute American hegemony over global affairs. In this video, Kevork Almassian explains the conflicts in Ukraine, Taiwan and Syria, and the potential rise of…

Panic in Israel Over Iranian Air Defences in Syria

Kevork Almassian “The promotion of these capabilities is carried out as a project shared with the Syrian army and possibly even with the aim of enabling independent Iranian operation of the aerial defense systems from within parts of Syria,” a source told the Newsweek An intelligence source from a country that is allied with the…

Syria’s Power Dynamic is Shifting

M. K. BHADRAKUMAR Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad met Iran’s Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdollahian, Damascus, January 14, 2023 The process toward a Turkish-Syrian rapprochement may lose momentum as a top aide to Turkish President Recep Erdogan threatened to derail it. On Saturday, Ibrahim Kalin, presidential advisor on foreign policy, stated during a media briefing in…