The US’ Anti-Nicaragua Sanctions are Supposed to Spark a Hybrid War Against China

While it may not initially look like it, the US’ proposed anti-Nicaraguan sanctions are aimed against China and intended to create disadvantageous macroeconomic conditions which ultimately lead to the collapse of the Ortega government and the resultant abandonment of China’s ambitious canal project through the country. Multipolar media outlet Telesur reported earlier this week that …

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Israel Raids Al-Aqsa Again, Injures Dozens of Worshipers

Just one hour after thousands of Palestinian worshipers entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem for the first time in nearly two weeks, clashes erupted inside the holy site, as Israeli forces fired tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets at worshipers. The Palestinian Red Crescent released a statement saying that its crews had …

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Beijing Blasts CIA Director for Calling China Number One Threat to US

China’s Foreign Ministry has criticised Mike Pompeo, the Director of the CIA for remarks he made during a recent interview, in which he called China the primary threat to the United States. When asked about which country threatens the United States the most, CIA Director Mike Pompeo said the following, “I think China presents probably …

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Get Out of Afghanistan and Go Home

In Afghanistan on 24 July, a Taliban suicide bomber killed forty people in the centre of Kabul, just four days after a US airstrike killed 16 Afghan policemen in Helmand Province. Both incidents of slaughter were terrible and highlighted the US State Department official warning that «Travel to all areas of Afghanistan remains unsafe due to the ongoing risk of kidnapping, …

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Out of the Ruins of Aleppo: a Syrian Community Begins to Rebuild

The crumpled heap of stones, all that is left of the minaret of the Great Mosque of Aleppo, asks questions of us all. How do we “restore” or “repair” or “rebuild” a jewel of Seljuk civilization from which millions of Muslims – perhaps even Saladin himself – were called to prayer five times each day for 900 years in …

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First Chinese-Russian Maritime Drills in the Baltic. Who Should Worry

Between July 24 and 27, the active phase of the Sino-Russian maneuvers “Joint Sea 2017” will proceed in the Baltic Sea. The naval strike group of the Chinese Navy arrived on Friday in the Baltic and this is the first ever visit of the Chinese Navy to the Baltic Sea. The exercises will involve a …

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The Strange Story of the False Wailing Wall at Al-Aqsa (Temple Mount)

[The secular dates in this article rendered B.C.E. and C.E. (meaning “Before Common Era” and “Common Era”) are identical to the false religious dates B.C. and A.D. (“Before Christ” and “After our Lord”) which erroneously became standard in Christian countries (though 3 years off) in the sixth century of our Era.] There is absolute proof …

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DNA of Human Embryos Edited for 1st Time in US

A team of researchers in Oregon have become the first to attempt to create genetically modified human embryos in the United States. The team reportedly demonstrated they could eliminate diseases in offspring with CRISPR. Led by Shoukhrat Mitalipov, a team of scientists at the Oregon Health and Science University used the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology …

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