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Media Silent as Saudi Arabia Does to Itself What Assad Was Accused of Doing in Syria

The Western world was outraged when Syrian troops allegedly opened fire on anti-regime protesters in 2011, aggression that arguably provided the ignition to kick start the years-long Syrian conflict. To some extent, the world also watched in horror as the Syrian and Russian militaries pounded Aleppo into the ground last year while the media routinely condemned their actions with glaring…

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ISIS War Minister Killed East of Aleppo

The Syrian army killed who they believe to be the War Minister of the Islamic State militant group in operations just east of Aleppo, Syrian military officials said Wednesday. The commander, Abu Musab al-Masri, was killed in operations on May 10, and was named among 13 other senior ISIS officials killed by the Syrian army…

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Syria “Bus Bombing” Conducted By Terrorists, Not Syrian Government; No Red Lines?

By Brandon Turbeville Days after pushing the patience of the world with its missile attack on the al-Sha’aryat airbase, America’s puppet troops committed yet another atrocity that is provoking international attention. While the justification provided by the United States missile attack was a highly questionable gas attack (which all the evidence points toward being the…

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Chemical Weapons 2017: What Just Happened In Syria?

by Brandon Turbeville Yet again, on cue, the Western corporate press is on fire with stories of “Assad’s brutality,” and “chemical weapons” attacks against civilians. Obviously, the United States, NATO, and their media mouthpieces are united in condemnation of the Assad government and the Syrian military despite there being no evidence that it committed the…

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[Photos] Before & After in Aleppo and Why We Need an Antiwar Movement

by Dylan Charles Where is the antiwar movement today? I’ve heard it said recently that people care more about Star Wars than they do about real wars, and sadly, this rings true as a condemnation of modern society. People just don’t seem to care about peace. Somehow, the powers that be have been able to…

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