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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Turkey Now Claims Syria’s Idlib Province as Turkish Territory

Eric Zuesse On February 26th, Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s President, told his Islamist political party that Idlib, which is the most heavily jihadist of all of Syria’s provinces and the province where Syria had been sending jihadists who had been defeated but not killed by the Syrian army elsewhere in the Syrian war, is now permanently…

Erdogan, Putin and Trump: The Theater of War in Idlib, Syria (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss Turkish President Erdogan’s maneuvers in Idlib, Syria and Trump’s warning to Syria, Russia and Iran not to kill civilians in Idlib province. Support Free Speech:Subscribe to The Duran on YouTube – Find us on BitChute. The Duran Audio Podcast:Follow on Soundcloud – Subscribe on iTunes. Via The Hill… President Trump…

U.S., UK, & France, certainly committed an international war crime against Syria on 14...

Eric Zuesse It is now clear that on 14 April 2018, the three Governments of U.S., UK, and France, fired over a hundred missiles against Syria, on no more ‘justification’ than staged videos that had been done by those regimes’ own proxy boots-on-the-ground fighters in Syria, who are trying to overthrow Syria’s existing, non-sectarian Government…

Islamic State Still Silent on al-Baghdadi’s Death; Jihadis Celebrate His ‘Martyrdom’

The Islamic State (ISIS) still had not responded to the death of its “caliph,” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as of Wednesday afternoon. The ISIS news agency Amaq took little notice of al-Baghdadi’s demise, while “chatter” in jihadi social media networks is reportedly subdued. Reuters on Wednesday quoted analysts who argued the shock of losing Baghdadi was…

Baghdadi may be dead, but you can’t kill an ideology

Submitted by Mousumi Roy… Baghdadi elimination, rather death under pressure from the US army, is certainly a massive political victory for Trump before the Presidential elections but it isn’t by any means an encouraging news to the common people of this planet.  Baghdadi’s death will not mean end of Islamic terrorism or Islamism as the elimination…

Flashback: Trump Congratulated President Obama Personally on Osama bin Laden Raid

Democrats deliberately omitted President Donald Trump from their congratulations Sunday on the successful raid that killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS). But Trump had congratulated then-President Barack Obama in May 2011 when he announced the raid that killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. I want to personally congratulate President…

Trump Confirms U.S. Killed Osama Bin Laden’s Son and Successor Hamza

President Donald Trump released a statement Saturday, confirming that the U.S. killed Osama Bin Laden’s son and successor Hamza bin Laden in a successful counterterrorism operation. The counterterrorism operation occurred in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, according to Trump’s statement. It added that al Qaeda’s loss of Hamza directly “undermines important operational activities of the group” and…

How Syria Defeated the 2012-2019 Invasion by U.S. & Al-Qaeda

Originally posted at strategic-culture.org… On August 31st, the brilliant anonymous German intelligence analyst who blogs as “Moon of Alabama” headlined “Syria – Coordinated Foreign Airstrike Kills Leaders Of Two Al-Qaeda Aligned Groups”, and he reported that,“Some three hours ago an air- or missile strike in Syria’s Idleb governorate hit a meeting of leaders of the al-Qaeda…

Monitor: Islamic State Expanding ‘Global Presence in 2019’ Post-Caliphate Fall

The demise of the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) caliphate in Iraq and Syria is reportedly pushing some members of the jihadi organization into countries with substantial Muslim populations. ISIS members have established a footprint in India, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burkina Faso, Mali, and Libya, the Hindustan Times (HT) reported on…

Blaming Each Other for Backing Terrorism

The two sides of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)’s Qatar rift are far from reconciling as both accuse the other of supporting terrorism, reports Giorgio Cafiero.  By Giorgio CafieroSpecial to Consortium News The Gulf Crisis between Qatar and its neighbors (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE) is no closer to being settled than when it…
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