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WND EXCLUSIVE FEDS: FBI TAILED TOP TERROR RECRUITER TO PENTAGON

  More details emerge about one-time al-Qaida leader assassinated by U.S. drone strike The federal government has released documents that show Anwar al-Awlaki, the former Denver resident and onetime al-Qaida leader who was killed in 2011 in a U.S. missile … Continue reading

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Syria A Wicked Problem for All

By BRIAN PRICE CTC SENTINEL Intelligence Study  On August 26, 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry called the recent use of chemical weapons outside of Damascus “undeniable” and a “moral obscenity.”[1] This is the latest chapter in an already complex … Continue reading

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Hundreds of American Troops and CIA Operatives Have Entered Syria I

ShiftPlan\Mac Slavo Intelligence Report While the media panicked over the halting of NASDAQ stock trading due to a reported bug in the system (more on that shortly), one critical development went under-reported. In fact, it wasn’t reported at all. If the … Continue reading

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Chechens Are Among Foreigners Fighting to Overthrow Bashar al-Assad

  Intelligence Report The world press recently began to discuss the fact that some Chechens are involved in the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The number Chechens fighting in the Syria seems inconsequential. The involvement of Chechens, however, indicates … Continue reading

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WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN AFTER THE FALL OF ASSAD?

  What’s going to happen after the fall of Assad?   The new Syrian leadership they will break relations with Iran and Hezbollah, let alone those with Russia and China?   Will they get closer to the Saudis, Turks, or … Continue reading

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What Does the Continuation of the Current Situation Imply for Syria?

  Political View   The cost of the war will determine the future of Syria and the regime that will replace Assad will indisputably bear the brunt of these costs. It is a fact that Syria will be quite significantly … Continue reading

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PinPoint Tension in Lebanon, No Civil War

  Since the recent assassination of the head of intelligence — Wissam al-Hassan, who was known to be aligned with the anti-Syrian March 14 alliance in Lebanese politics — in Beirut, there has been much speculation that the internal conflict … Continue reading

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New W. intelligence: Syrian rebels don’t have the numbers to win

  Intelligence Report The revised estimates compiled by US and French intelligence agencies on the relative strength of Syrian government and rebel forces have given Washington and Arab capitals backing the Syrian opposition pause. The Obama administration has built its … Continue reading

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SYRIA BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS

SYRIA BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS By K. P. Fabian [Ambassador K. P. Fabian served in the Indian Foreign Service between 1964 and 2000, and is currently the President of AFPRO (Action For Food Production) and IGSSS (Indo-Global Social Service Society). … Continue reading

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A Fight for the…

A Fight for the Spoil : The Future Role of Syria’s Armed Groups Intelligence Report On August 6, 2012, President Bashar al-Assad’s prime minister defected, dealing another blow to the Syrian leader’s efforts to preserve his regime. Since the start … Continue reading

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