Murder And Mayhem In The Middle East
Posted: Sunday, December 6, 2015
U.S. First Shields Its Torturers and War Criminals From Prosecution, Now Officially Honors Them
As vice president, Dick Cheney was a prime architect of the worldwide torture regime implemented by the U.S. government (which extended far beyond waterboarding), as well as the invasion and destruction of Iraq, which caused the deaths of at least 500,000 people and more likely over a million. As such, he is one of the planet's most notorious war criminals.
WikiLeaks: Turkey Planned Su-24 Downing Six Weeks Before the Incident?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan planned to shoot down a Russian warplane engaged in Moscow's anti-Daesh campaign in Syria six weeks prior to the Su-24 incident, a famous Turkish whistleblower apparently said on Twitter.
Murder And Mayhem In The Middle East
To understand what's happening in Syria right now, you have to understand the tactics and motivations of the US and NATO -- parties sharing interwoven aims and goals in the Middle East/North African (MENA) region.
Erdogan Moves To Annexes Mosul
The wannabe Sultan Erdogan did not get his will in Syria where he had planned to capture and annex Aleppo. The Russians prevented that. He now goes for his secondary target, Mosul in Iraq, which many Turks see as historic part of their country...
German parliament approves military campaign against Islamic State in Syria
Kerry: Syria government, rebels could cooperate vs ISIS before Assad goes
President al-Assad: Britain and France have neither the will nor the vision on how to defeat terrorism
Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to The Sunday Times in which he said Britain and France have neither the will nor the vision on how to defeat terrorism and their airstrikes against ISIS will yield no results, but will rather be illegal and harmful in that they will help in spreading terrorism.
British strikes in Syria illegal, play into terrorists' hands – Assad
U.S. struggling over what to do with Syrian rebels once tied to al Qaida
U.S. puts request for bigger Turkish air role on hold
US Looks to Circumvent Iraqi PM's Objection on New Troops
Unclear if US Can Escalate Without Further Undermining Abadi
The Empire Strikes Back: Week Nine of the Russian Intervention in Syria
Considering the remarkable success of the Russian intervention in Syria, at least so far, it should not have come as a surprise that the AngloZionist Empire would strike back. The only question was how and when. We now know the answer to that question.
Obama Taunts Putin over Syria
President Obama mocked Russian President Putin for not fixing Syria during the past month and chided him about Moscow's Afghan quagmire in the 1980s, proving that Obama has either no self-awareness or no sense of irony given the U.S. misadventures in both countries, as Sam Husseini describes.
Roof, Dear and Tashfeen Malik
'Self-Radicalized,' 'Terrorism,' 'Lone Wolf' and Double Standards
US Building Military Airbase in Northeastern Syria
Syria slams Turkey over troop deployment in Iraq
Iraq Could Ask Russia for Help After 'Invasion' by Turkish Forces
German Vice Chancellor warns Saudi Arabia over Islamist funding
Saudi warplanes bomb Yemen, kill dozen civilians
Saudi Arabia is about to stone a Sri Lankan woman to death
In the coming days, a Sri Lankan woman is to be led to an outdoor pit in Saudi Arabia. Her arms and hands will be tightly bound, her body buried up to her breasts. Saudi men will then surround her and begin to hurl rocks at her head to kill her slowly.
Morocco sends ground troops to fight in Yemen
UAE praised for providing crucial military equipment to resistance fighters on western coastline
Joe Biden to visit Ukraine to confirm US support