Category Archives: Middle East

Will ISIS Blow up Olympics in Korea?


Despite major defeats in Syria and Iraq, ISIS still remains the greatest threat to security and stability in the world. The terrorists have switched recently to single hostile activities and heinous acts of terror in the EU and throughout Asia. Social media became quite a good platform for ISIS recruiters to disseminate and spread information on the guidelines for ‘lone

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Sophie Mangal: Kurdish Intentions to Join SAA: Secret Deal Against the U.S.?


According to Inside Syria Media Center military sources in Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), SDF-Kurds will join the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) as “Northern Syria Protection units” after the establishment of the federal system in Syria. A Rojava official and the joint chief of defense in Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava), Rezan Gilo stated that the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have no

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HRW Report on Khan Sheikhoun, New Evidence


Our media source has obtained an independent investigation report prepared by the group of journalists (Michael Kobs, Petri Kohn, Adam Larson and Qoppa) “How Human Right Watch wags the dog”. The journalists questioned the credibility of the events and facts provided in the HRW report on the incident in the Syria’s Khan-Sheikhoun on April 4. The journalists’ team specializes in

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Ancient Temples of Maaloula Destroyed and Looted by ISIS are Being Restored In Syria


In the Syrian city of Maaloula (Ma’loula) The Christian Church began to commence services in the Christian monastery of St. Thecla. The pilgrims from all around the world traveled to religious shrines before the war.       Before It was almost completely destroyed and looted by ISIS and Al-Nusra Front. When under pressure from the Syrian Arab army the

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Flagship Resort in Damascus Backs to Peaceful Life


According to the statements of local authorities, Zabadani resort town in Damascus province, which is located 25 kilometers from the Syrian capital, is now fully liberated after the fierce clashes between Syrian Army and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham militants (ex. Al-Nusra front). Residents who left the city more than five years ago began to return homes and manage their further life.

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Should Anyone Believe U.S. State Department Promises on Syria?


On August 18, during a regular briefing, the Spokesperson for the U.S. State Department Heather Nauert stated that the United States doesn’t intend to extend its stay in Syria after the Islamic State is defeated. “That is our intent, to defeat ISIS and not do anything more than that. Syria must be governed by its own people and not by

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US Keep Increasing Its Military Presence in Syria


News of violent clashes and artillery strikes in Raqqa sieged by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Front come daily. According to Al Jazeera, LINK between June 6 and July 30 the city was targeted by coalition jets 1,215 times while 1,300 strikes were carried out since January and mid-June. The U.S. activity in Syria is growing not only in the air

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