Al-Nusra’s Hand in Ambassador’s Murder Spells Trouble for US

Al-Nusra’s Hand in Ambassador’s Murder Spells Trouble for US

Al-Nusra has been supported by Turkey, the US, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. If they are in fact responsible for the killing, the blame lies with the terrorist group’s benefactors and supporters. From the moment His Excellency Andrey Karlov was assassinated in Ankara, many people started pinning the blame on Western hands. Some said it was…

At Least 14 US Coalition Military Officers Captured by Syrian Special Forces in East Aleppo Bunker

At Least 14 US Coalition Military Officers Captured by Syrian Special Forces in East Aleppo Bunker

According to two reports coming out of Aleppo today, at least 14 US Coalition military officers were captured this morning in an East Aleppo bunker by Syrian Special Forces. This story was quietly leaked by Voltaire.net, who announced, “The Security Council is sitting in private on Friday, December 16, 2016, at 17:00 GMT, while NATO officers were…

The New Middle East Reality

The New Middle East Reality

The situation in Syria reveals the international community in its truest form, the way it is. The picture is not flattering to the UN or the “Great Powers”, or to their regional allies — Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile Russia is showing not only persistence and consistency in the diplomatic arena, where she faces…

The Oil-Gas War Over Syria, in Maps

The Oil-Gas War Over Syria, in Maps

Turkey’s Anadolu News Agency, though government-run, is providing remarkably clear and reliable diagrammatic descriptions of the current status of the U.S – and – fundamentalist – Sunni, versus Russia – and – Shia – and – NON – fundamentalist – Sunni, sides, in the current oil-and-gas war in the Middle East, for control over territory in Syria, for…

Arab monarchies pour in funds to support terrorist militants in Aleppo

Arab monarchies pour in funds to support terrorist militants in Aleppo

Militants in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo continue to receive help from foreign powers that support the forces opposing President Assad’s troops, the Financial Times reports. That’s despite Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists forming a large part of the opposition. The militants encircled inside Aleppo allege they have no shortage of weapons and ammo, having been supplied…