Tag Archives: Secretary-General of the United Nations

The Arab Spring: Has Iran Passed its Peak of Power in the Middle East?

An analysis of the events in the Arab world should take the Iranian perspective into account, argues Mahmoud Ayad The Islamic Republic’s environment is rumbling. The upheaval in the Arab neighborhood, introducing the “Arab Spring” and shaking countries from North … Continue reading

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US: Syria ‘used chemical weapons’

The U.S. intelligence community assessed that the Syrian government had used chemical weapons against rebels, White House said in a statement Thursday.  File photo of White House   “Following a deliberative review, our intelligence community assesses that the Assad regime has used … Continue reading

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New statement from Salafīyyah Jihādīyyah in the Sinai: “Regarding the Kidnapping of the Egyptian Soldiers in Sinai”

أما بعد – تابعنا كما تابع أهل مصر جميعاً أحداث الأيام الماضية في سيناء من خطف مجموعة من الجنود المصريين ثم خروج مقطع مصور لهم يناشدون رئيس البلاد و قادة الجيش لتلبية مطالب الخاطفين بالإفراج عن المعتقلين من أهالي سيناء … Continue reading

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Drones Are Useful, but Not the Solution or the Problem

The use of drones to attack the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and al Qaeda there and in Yemen, draws criticism for exacerbating anti-American sentiment. But drone use needs to be seen in broader contexts as the U.S. withdraws from … Continue reading

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Russia renews its old role in Middle East

Media ReportFlush with billions in oil money, plus a former KGB officer in firm control of the government, where does a Russian bear first step as it wakes from a diplomatic hibernation that began with the end of the Cold … Continue reading

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CIA: Mossad agent, Rafi Eitan, “obtained” enriched uranium from the U.S. to produce Israel’s nuclear bomb

ISRAEL HOMELAND  SECURITY   FBI and CIA Documents claim: Israel has achieved the ability to produce a nuclear bomb after receiving approximately 260 kilograms of enriched uranium from the NUMEC plants, owned by the Jewish-American Zalman Shapiro. According to his … Continue reading

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NEW NS BULLITEN FROM AN OVERSEAS NATIONAL-AMERICAN NAZI PARTY

Today, according to the latest U.S. Census – only 23% of the American population under the age of 18 is WHITE. Already, four U.S. states are MAJORITY NON-WHITE, and 10% of all counties in America are MAJORITY NON-WHITE. World-wide, White … Continue reading

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REDLINES AND THE PROBLEMS OF INTERVENTION IN SYRIA

  The civil war in Syria, one of the few lasting legacies of the Arab Spring, has been under way for more than two years. There has been substantial outside intervention in the war. The Iranians in particular, and the Russians to … Continue reading

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Interview: Rear Admiral (Retired) Ahmed Al Sabab Al Teneiji, former UAE Chief of Naval Forces

  Rear Admiral (Retired) Ahmed Al Sabab Al Teneiji graduated from the Pakistan Naval Academy in 1978 – where he became the first foreigner to win the Sword of Honor – and was commissioned in the UAE Naval Forces. He … Continue reading

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Wired Interviews FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist Omar Hammami

            Omar Hammami, the most prominent American jihadi left alive, probably should be running. When Hammami came to Somalia for jihad in 2006, he never anticipated that al-Qaida’s local affiliate would pledge to kill its … Continue reading

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