Tag: Syria

Mohammed bin Zayed Pushed Assad to Break Idlib Ceasefire

Mohammed bin Zayed (MBZ), the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, is making strenuous and persistent attempts to get Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to break a ceasefire with Turkish-backed rebels in Idlib province, Middle East Eye has been told. In recent months, Assad’s forces backed by Russian airpower made significant gains against rebel groups in Syria’s northwestern Idlib, killing hundreds and...

Oil Wars and the Unsolved Death of America’s Man in the Middle East

On 24 March 1947, a US C-47 military transport plane that was en route from Jeddah to Addis Ababa via Asmara crashed into mountains north of the Ethiopian capital, killing six Americans on board, including the US petroleum attache, and the Beirut-based cultural attache, Daniel Dennett.  Seventy years later, Daniel Dennett’s daughter Charlotte is still trying to unravel the mystery of his...

The Syrian-Emirati Rapprochement Is All About Realpolitik, Not Principles

The ongoing Syrian-Emirati rapprochement, epitomized most recently by President Assad praising Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed as “humane” for the latter’s pledge of “support and solidarity” to Syria during World War C despite the UAE’s leading role in causing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis in Yemen, proves that the Arab Republic pursues a policy of realpolitik that’s completely at odds...

Syria’s Serious Response to World War C Debunks Alt-Media’s COVID-19 Conspiracies

The democratically elected and legitimate government of the Syrian Arab Republic is taking World War C very seriously because of the acute threat that COVID-19 poses to the war-torn country’s people, which completely debunks the fake news narratives actively circulating throughout the Alt-Media Community claiming that this virus either isn’t that big of a deal (let alone even real according...

Death at the Border: Syrian Refugees Should Not Be Used as Political Pawns

Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced in a surprising move on February 29 that he would be reopening his country’s border to Europe, allowing tens of thousands of mostly Syrian refugees into Greece and other European countries. Expectedly, over 100,000 people rushed to the Ipsala border point in the Edirne province separating Turkey from Greece, hoping to make it through the once-porous...