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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Sectarian policies in Lebanon causing suffering: interview with Lebanese Journalist Ali Yehya

https://www.mideastdiscourse.com/2021/07/01/sectarian-policies-in-lebanon-causing-suffering-interview-with-lebanese-journalist-ali-yehya/ Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Lebanon’s 6 million people have been suffering through a crisis which began 20 months ago, and there is no end to the suffering in sight.  Severe shortages of medicine, fuel, electricity and a myriad of basic goods in the import-dependent country. The crisis, which began in late 2019,…

3 Rockets Fired from Lebanon Land off Israel’s Coast; Hezbollah Reportedly Not Involved

Three rockets fired from Lebanon landed in the sea off Israel’s Mediterranean coast on Thursday evening, though the Hezbollah terror group was reportedly not involved. The Times of Israel reported: The Israel Defense Forces confirms that three rockets were fired from Lebanon toward the sea off Israel’s northern coast. The rockets caused no damage or…

“A new Palestinian intifada may trigger a regional war against the Apartheid Israel” according...

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator A missile launched from Syria recently came very close to Israel’s nuclear reactor at Dimona.  Currently, the Palestinians of Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza are actively resisting their occupation and oppression which may give way into a new uprising, or intifada against the Israeli military occupation.  These events…

Israeli occupation faces threats both domestic and foreign

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator A missile launched from Syria on Thursday exploded 125 miles away from launch, and just 19 miles from Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor in southern Israel, and exposed its Iron Dome anti-missile systems failure.  The launch occurred during an Israeli airstrike on Damascus in which most of the Israeli missiles were downed by…

The Lebanese crisis is directed against Syrian reconstruction: says Dr. Jamal Wakim

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Syrian investors have about $42 billion in Lebanese banks. The corrupt Lebanese banking system has frozen those accounts and prevented withdrawals.  The Syrian economic crisis is caused in large part by the Lebanese crisis. In the summer of 2019, the Lebanese crisis began with street protests. This was instigated…

Former NSC Member: Iran Wants Joe Biden in the White House

A former member of the National Security Council told The Kyle Olson Show that Iran prefers to have Joe Biden in the White House next year. “The Iranian regime would prefer to deal with a Biden administration,” Ambassador Robert Joseph, who served at the NSC as Senior Director for Proliferation Strategy, Counterproliferation, and Homeland Defense…

Crisis in Lebanon – Eight Proposals

Authored by Serban V.C. Enache via Hereticus Economicus: Across Lebanon people are protesting against corruption, shortages, unemployment, and what they see as political elitism and crackdowns on dissenters. The Government’s decision to tax people using WhatsApp basically was the last drop that filled the cup. The protesters, Christians, Shias, and Sunnis, are chanting “revolution.” Hezbollah,…

Chris Wallace interviews Iranian President Hassan Rouhani [VIDEO]

This interview is a must watch. Twenty minutes with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Fox News reporter Chris Wallace. For the average American, this interview is full – absolutely full – of surprises. President Rouhani deserves a lot of credit for three things: He agreed to this interview knowing the questioning would be quite in the…

UAE, Bahrainis, Saudis Censure Condemn Hezbollah for Attacking Israel

TEL AVIV — In what seems to be another indication of thawing relations between Israel and Gulf states, several prominent figures have come forward and publicly condemned the Hezbollah terror group for attacking Israel and expressed support for the Jewish state’s right to retaliate.  Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, who has in…

Hezbollah Will Respond To Israel: But When? How? And At What Cost?

Authored by Elijah Magnier, Middle East based chief international war correspondent for Al Rai Media ZH note: War correspondent Elijah Magnier's rare access to high level sources in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon, gives him unique capability to articulate Hezbollah's strategic thinking and perspective, which he does so below from an on the ground perspective based on…
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