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Interference - War
 
About Nethanyahu’s speech to the United Nations
Red Line To Israel and Jewish Power Now!
29 September 2012 | Once again, the democratically elected leader of the institutionally genocidal Israel is trying to push us all into a world war.


An article by Mazin Qumsiyeh
Apartheid leader lectures the UN
29 September 2012 | The Prime Minister of Apartheid Israel just lectured the United Nations General Assembly! He spent most of his time nagging those present as if they were school children about Iran.


An interview by Kourosh Ziabari
Colin S. Cavell: The U.S. supported Bin Laden to establish Al-Qaeda
23 September 2012 | "Iran has a long rich history dating back to ancient Greece and Rome, and its culture predates the rise of Islam in the seventh century. Reclaiming its dignity and patrimony in the 1979 revolution, it is logical that Iran would be the first country in the Middle East to break free from its imperial chains given its vast reservoir of history and knowledge from which to draw on in getting back on its feet," said Dr. Colin S. Cavell during an exclusive interview with Tehran Times.


An article by James Petras
The Summer of Muslim Discontent: It’s Not “The Amateur Film” Stupid (*)
23 September 2012 | The so-called “Arab Spring” is a distant and bitter memory to those who fought and struggled for a better world, not to speak of the thousands who lost, life and limb.


An article by Patrick Seale
Why do Arabs and Muslims Hate America?
21 September 2012 | Faced with a dramatic outbreak of anti-American violence by Arabs and Muslims in a score of countries — including the killing of Ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi — the American reaction has been one of puzzlement, outrage and a thirst for revenge. Send in the Marines! Few Americans seem to understand that their country is paying for decades of grossly mistaken policies.


Video
A Talk by John Mearsheimer about American foreign policy
14 September 2012 | .


Interview with Jeremy Salt
The remapping of the Middle East
3 September 2012 | Jeremy Salt is a professor of History and Politics of the Middle East at Bilkent University, Ankara. His book The Unmaking of the Middle East is a brilliant history of the last hundred years in the region, not affected by "orientalist" cliches. We asked Professor Salt to explain the present transformation of the Middle East, including the Kurdish knot. The Kurds in Syria, Iraq, Iran and Turkey now can’t stop talking about the emergence of a Great Kurdistan.


Interview by Kourosh Ziabari
Jean Bricmont: Independent nations must move toward New World Order
30 August 2012 | Prof. Jean Bricmont is a renowned Belgian public intellectual, theoretical physicist, philosopher of science and a professor at the Université catholique de Louvain. A progressive author, he has cooperated with the leading American thinker Noam Chomsky on a variety of anti-war causes.


An article by Olga Chetverikova
Authors and Producers Behind the Blueprint for the Syrian Drama
18 August 2012 | It became clear recently that the West’s former blueprint for Syria – a conversion of Aleppo into the country’s Benghazi, a foothold for a sweeping offensive against the government forces - was irreversibly defeated.


An article by Ramzy Baroud
Neocons vs. the ’Arab Spring’: Back on the Warpath
12 August 2012 | The neoconservatives are back with a vengeance. While popular uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen and other Arab countries had briefly rendered them irrelevant in the region, Western intervention in Libya signaled a new opportunity. Now Syria promises to usher a full return of neoconservatives into the Middle East fray.


An article by John Rosenthal
German Intelligence : "al-Qaeda" All Over Syria
27 juillet 2012 | German intelligence estimates that "around 90" terror attacks that "can be attributed to organizations that are close to al-Qaeda or jihadist groups" were carried out in Syria between the end of December and the beginning of July, as reported by the German daily Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ). This was revealed by the German government in a response to a parliamentary question.


Syria
Lavrov: Annan plan ‘only chance for peace’ but stalled by intervention supporters
10 June 2012 | External players are goading opposition in Syria to military action; this may lead to a Libyan scenario, the Russian Foreign Minister says. Moscow is calling for an international conference “under the UN umbrella” to implement the Annan plan.


An article by Michael Scheuer
War Kills People … As Do Lies By U.S. And Western Interventionists
3 June 2012 | The death of nearly 100 people — reportedly mostly women and children — over the weekend is a salutary reminder of an eternal truth which Western leaders seem unfamiliar: PEOPLE GET KILLED IN WARS.


Russia will veto military intervention in Syria at UN Security Council
30 May 2012 | Russia is firmly dedicated not to let pass an initiative of foreign military intervention into Syria in the UN Security Council.


An article by Tony Cartalucci
Extremists Ravaging Syria Created by US in 2007
12 May 2012 | US, Saudi Arabia, and Israel funded and have backed regional army of Sunni terrorists since 2007 specifically to overthrow Syria and Iran. A 2007 New Yorker article written by renowned journalist Seymour Hersh revealed a plan under the Bush Administration to organize, arm, train, and deploy a regional army of Sunni terrorists, many with ties directly to Al Qaeda, in a bid to destabilize and overthrow both Syria and Iran.


An article by Tony Cartalucci
NATO’s Slow Genocide in Libya: Syria Next ?
20 April 2012 | What the world has to look forward to if NATO and the UN gets its way in Syria.


An article by Johannes Stern
Imperialist powers manipulate Syrian peace plan to prepare for war
11 April 2012 | In recent days, the Western powers have stepped up efforts to foment civil war in Syria and prepare for imperialist intervention in this strategically important country. Media reports indicate increased fighting between Western-backed armed groups and the Syrian army, accompanied by terrorist attacks on government forces and civilians.


An article by James Petras
The Bloody Road to Damascus: The Triple Alliance’s War on a Sovereign State
10 March 2012 | There is clear and overwhelming evidence that the uprising to overthrow President Assad of Syria is a violent, power grab led by foreign-supported fighters who have killed and wounded thousands of Syrian soldiers, police and civilians, partisans of the government and its peaceful opposition.


An article by Finian Cunningham
Syria: The Western Deception Over Regime Change Unravels. NATO Prepares for All Out War
9 March 2012 | The Western governments’ and mainstream media’s narrative of a one-sided humanitarian crisis in Syria is rapidly unwinding to reveal a self-serving deception to justify a re-run of Libya-style NATO conquest. In reality, it is the Western powers and their Israeli and Arab henchmen who are fuelling a humanitarian crisis and creating the conditions for all-out war. All of which, it should be said, constitutes criminality comparable to Nazi Germany’s wars of aggression.


“Responsibility to Protect” as Imperial Tool
Jean Bricmont: The Case for a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy
3 March 2012 | The events in Syria, after those in Libya last year, are accompanied by calls for a military intervention, in order to “protect civilians”, claiming that it is our right or our duty to do so. And, just as last year, some of the loudest voices in favor of intervention are heard on the left or among the Greens, who have totally swallowed the concept of “humanitarian intervention”.


Syria
Libyan shadow over UN Security Council
2 February 2012 | The way some UN Security Council members used the body’s resolutions on Libya to justify their backing for rebel forces in the country has created an obstacle to dealing with the civil conflict in Syria, India’s Ambassador to the UN has told Russia Today.


An article by ­Adrian Salbuchi
‘The lessons of Libya: Chaos is no surprise’
17 January 2012 | Throughout history, military attacks on sovereign nations have always meant death, destruction and chaos which don’t end once invasion is complete. Look at Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Vietnam, Northern Ireland - even World War II and the Cold War. So why should Libya be any different?


‘Qatar is aligned with US in destabilizing Syria’
17 January 2012 | The emir of Qatar has become the first Arab leader to voice support for military intervention in Syria should the bloodshed continue there. Does that mean Doha is aligned with the West’s agenda in the region?


An analysis by Wassim Raad
The signs of the failure of the colonial campaign against Syria
19 December 2011 | During this past week, numerous signs emerged pointing to the obstruction of all the foreign intervention plans targeting Syria, after the efforts aiming at besieging it and subjugating it to impose the program proposed by head of the Istanbul council Borhan Ghalioun failed, thus casting their shadows over the French, American, Turkish and Qatari governments.


An article by Scott Stewart
The Syria Crisis: Assessing Foreign Intervention
17 December 2011 | The ongoing unrest, violence and security crackdowns in Syria have been the subject of major international attention since February. Our current assessment is that the government and opposition forces have reached a stalemate in which the government cannot quell the unrest and the opposition cannot bring down the regime without outside intervention.


An article by Felicity Arbuthnot
War and the Cradle of Civilization: Spinning "Humanitarian Invasions", from The Nile to The Euphrates and Beyond
26 November 2011 | "If a man seeks to understand Rome’s casus reason for each foreign conquest, he needs only look into the Treasury." (Tacitus, AD 56 – AD 117.)


Arab Spring part of ‘US divide-and-conquer plan’
17 November 2011 | The fall of Libya, the riots in Syria, the media attack on Iran are all parts of a global decades-old American plan to take control of all Middle East, believes regional consultant Peter Eyre.


An article by Iftekhar A Khan
The lynching in Libya
4 November 2011 | British writer and political thinker George Orwell died at 46. In the short span of his writing life, he left behind lucid pieces of prose in which he articulated his brilliant political thought. Had he lived longer, the world would have been further enriched by his political philosophy. In his essay “Shooting an Elephant,” Orwell wrote, “When the white man turns tyrant, it is his own freedom that he destroys.” After having launched unprovoked wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the white man has now inflicted tyranny on Libya.


An article by Dr. Kiyul Chung about Syria and Libya
China, Russia Oppose Another Libya-type of US-led NATO Military Intervention
10 October 2011 | On October 4, much more carefully-worked out than the previous vote on Libya in March 17, though in nature same as viciously deceptive, limitlessly greedy, unimaginably hypocritical and racist as before, the UN Security Council Resolution on Syria which had been also cunningly but forcibly pushed upon by US-led NATO powers was, however, thwarted down this time.


An article by Dr. Kiyul Chung about Syria and Libya
China, Russia Oppose Another Libya-type of US-led NATO Military Intervention
10 October 2011 | On October 4, much more carefully-worked out than the previous vote on Libya in March 17, though in nature same as viciously deceptive, limitlessly greedy, unimaginably hypocritical and racist as before, the UN Security Council Resolution on Syria which had been also cunningly but forcibly pushed upon by US-led NATO powers was, however, thwarted down this time.



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