Syria and Lebanon defeating the ISIS terrorists
Whatever the West may think, and no matter what the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri may say publicly, the Lebanese army, in clear coordination with Hezbollah (which is outlawed in […]
Bouamama: “There is a France of the dominant and a France of the dominated”
Block the extreme right. Fine. And then? In a context of ideological confusion, Emmanuel Macron has taken centre stage, attached to his podium and displaying his spellbinding ideas: “civil society”; […]
Venezuela’s Contras: Protesters or Terrorists?
The violence seething from opposition sectors can only be viewed as systematic, motive-driven and purposeful. Like many other Venezuelans during the past few months, Luigin Paz was attempting to […]
From al-Qaeda Terrorist To CIA “Freedom Fighter”: One Man’s Journey From Europe To Libya
In the bloody terror-fueled conflicts that have been waged by the U.S. and NATO in Libya and Syria, one man has helped to recruit so-called “freedom fighters” and unleash them […]
Right-Wing Terrorism in Venezuela
On May 20th, the 21 year old vendor from the shanty town of Petare, Orlando José Figueras, was beaten, stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on fire by opposition militants […]
Terror in Britain: What Did the Prime Minister Know?
The unsayable in Britain’s general election campaign is this. The causes of the Manchester atrocity, in which 22 mostly young people were murdered by a jihadist, are being suppressed to […]
‘Sorted’ by MI5: How UK government sent British-Libyans to fight Gaddafi
Fighters say government operated ‘open door’ policy allowing them to join rebels, as authorities investigate background of Manchester bomber. The British government operated an “open door” policy that allowed […]
What’s In A Name? U.S. Takes Syria’s Al-Qaeda Off Terror Watchlists
By changing its name to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda has managed to secure its removal from the U.S. and Canadian terror watchlists, allowing citizens of […]