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The Syria War Will Not Be a Quagmire - Because Putin and Assad Are Winning

Late in the night on Feb. 2, the news hit: "all communication and supply line[s]" between Turkey and Aleppo had been severed, according to a Elijah Magnier, a renowned Arab war correspondent with Alrai Media Group. It seems to be so: the Syrian army and allied militias, backed by Hezbollah and Russian air power, took control of a tendril of territory that cuts off Aleppo-based rebels from the Turkish border. See the map below. Eastern supply lines for the so-called Islamic State appear to have also been cut. 

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 09.02.2016


 

Saudi Arabia to Deploy Ground Forces in Syria: Middle East Turmoil Greater Than Ever

The effectiveness of Russian airstrikes has helped the regular Syrian army encircle the rebel-held countryside north of the contested city of Aleppo raising concerns that rebels could lose the war in Syria. The prospects send shivers up the spine of some countries that belong to the US-led coalition and are adamant in their desire to overthrow the government of Bashar Assad. Now a major player has made public its readiness to send troops to the war-torn country...

Peter KORZUN | 08.02.2016


 

Are U.S. Missiles Taking Out Russian Military Officials?

A CIA-backed anti-Assad militia reportedly killed at least one senior Russian military official this week with an American TOW anti-tank missile. Is this a Soviet-Afghan replay? Evidence has emerged strongly suggesting that U.S.-armed rebels have used an American-supplied weapons system to kill a handful of senior Russian military officials in  Syria .

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 07.02.2016


 

Syria Сonflict: Battle Continues, Peace Talks Stalled

The UN envoy for Syria has announced a «temporary pause» in peace talks in Geneva saying that the process will resume later this month. Speaking to reporters after a meeting with opposition leaders, Staffan de Mistura, UN special envoy for Syria, insisted «this is not the end, and it is not the failure of the talks». De Mistura said both sides were «interested in having the political process started», and that he had set a new date of February 25 for the resumption of the talks...

Dmitry MININ | 04.02.2016


 

Assad’s Forces Rout American-Backed Jihadists at Golan Heights

A major US-backed assault to win Syria’s crucial Golan Heights, by jihadist rebels of the Free Syrian Army (FSA), Jabhat al-Nusra (Syria’s branch of al-Qaeda), and Harakat Ahrar Ash-Sham (the largest rebel group in Syria, though it’s ignored by Western news-media), was repelled  on Saturday morning, January 30th, by the army of the non-sectarian Syrian government, the Syrian Arab Army, which are the forces of Syria’s non-sectarian Shiite President Bashar al-Assad and his ideologically non-sectarian Ba’ath Party, the only political force in Syria that insists upon separation of church and state. (The Ba’ath Party in Iraq was led by Saddam Hussein, which George W. Bush’s forces eliminated there. American regimes, both Republican and Democratic, are anti-Ba’athist, pro-jihadist.)...

Eric ZUESSE | 04.02.2016


 

American Big Lie аbout "Terrorism"

Micah Zenko is a blogger who posts on a main site of America’s foreign-policy establishment, the Council on Foreign Relations, and he posted there on January 6th, «How Many Bombs Did the United States Drop in 2015?» He calculated: «Last year, the United States dropped an estimated total of 23,144 bombs in six countries. Of these, 22,110 were dropped in Iraq and Syria»...

Eric ZUESSE | 29.01.2016


 

The Mythology Of FSA Moderates In Southern Syria

With news that Sheikh Miskeen had been fully liberated just a few days ago by the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) 15th Brigade of the 5th Armored Division – in coordination with the SAA’s 7th Armored Division and the National Defense Forces (NDF) of Izra’a, the intense propaganda battle that we have become accustomed to with this war once again began.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 28.01.2016


 

Drone Footage Shows U.S 'Democracy' in Damascus (VIDEO)

Drone Footage Shows U.S 'Democracy' in Damascus

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 15.01.2016


 

Russia Vindicated by Terrorist Surrenders in Syria

As Syrians gather in their capital Damascus to celebrate, there is a sense that the New Year will bring a measure of peace – the first time such hope has been felt over the past five years of war in the country...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 31.12.2015


 

Syria: Has Anyone Stepped Back from the Brink?

John Kerry, the US Secretary of State, recently visited Moscow to discuss the Syrian crisis with his colleague Sergei Lavrov and President Vladimir Putin. Journalists observed handshakes, smiles, even hearty laughter, between Kerry and his Russian counterparts. Syrian President Bashar al Assad does not have to resign immediately, Kerry declared, and the United States is not trying to isolate Russia. What good news, and what a surprise for the Russians...

Michael Jabara CARLEY | 26.12.2015




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