George W. Bush and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia: Is Kissing a “State Sponsor of Terrorism” a “Terrorist Act”?

The U.S. government has warned that it will treat regimes that harbor or assist terrorist organizations the same way that it treats the organizations themselves. Yet if Washington is serious about that policy, it ought to regard Saudi Arabia as a prime sponsor of international terrorism. Indeed, that country should have been included for years on the U.S. State Department’s annual list of governments guilty of sponsoring terrorism […]

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How Ukraine Turned into An Arms Dealer? Supplying Weapons to Al Qaeda and ISIS-Daesh

The transportation of weapons by air was the most effective procedure in terms of delivery speed […]

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The Saudi Butchery in Yemen and the World’s Apathy

The Trump administration, which views Iran as the greatest threat to the region’s stability and has concerns over its nuclear ambitions, is probably the only power broker that can end this conflic […]

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Kosovo is not Serbia’s Kurdistan, but Balkan’s IS/Daesh

While Prof. Sotirović is right in his assessment that Turkey is hypocritical to say at least, he failed to expose the fundamental differences between Kurdistan and Kosovo […]

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Remembering Muammar Qaddafi And The Great Libyan Jamahiriya

Those responsible, including Nicolas Sarkozy, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, David Cameron, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Emir Tamin bin Hamad Al Thani should be tried for war crimes and crimes against humanity […]

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Why the Albanians Need Tensions in the Province of Kosovo-Metohija Now?

Taking it even further, the Albanians hope that this will kick start the territorial rearrangement of the Balkans that former British diplomat Timothy Less has been lobbying for across the past month […]

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New World Order: Muslims to be Majority in Europe within Two Generations

Within 40 years, given current demographic trends, the white population in France and the rest of old Europe will recede, creating a Muslim majority, a French researcher says […]

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Libya: Is this Kosovo all over Аgain?

As with Kosovo, an internal conflict between a government and armed rebels is being cast as a “humanitarian crisis” in which one side only, the government, is assumed to be “criminal” […]

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False Flags and the Trump Administration

Expect an Erratic Flip-Flop Foreign Policy, a Return to Gunboat Diplomacy, and More Illegal Wars of Aggression […]

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The U.S. Documentary Movie: “The Origin Of Islamic State”

Ben Swann explores the origin of ISIS that has already been long forgotten by American media […]

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Inside Kosovo’s Islamist Cauldron

Adem, sipping Turkish coffee from a tiny cup, says that several months after attending religious classes some of the young men “left and never came back,” referring to locals who went to Syria to fight […]

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The State of Emergency and the Collapse of French Democracy

An examination of the amendment makes clear, however, that the measures are not about fighting ISIS, which in any case emerged from the NATO powers’ own policy of sponsoring Islamist militias as proxy forces to wage war for regime-change in Syria. The horrific attacks in Paris are the pretext for implementing dictatorial measures that cannot be rationally explained by the threat posed by ISIS […]

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