Author Archives: Adel Karim

Turkish weapons supply to the Syrian opposition is an obstacle to the political settlement of the conflict

Over the past few days, Turkey has increased the supply of weapons and military equipment to various groups operating in Idlib demilitarized zone. In such a manner Ankara intends to stop the Syrian Army’s attack against rebels in northern Hama. … Continue reading

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Disagreement between various terrorist groups provokes mass human sacrifice in Idlib

For the past week, a number of towns and settlements in Idlib province including Saraqib, Qasabiya and Abdin were actively shelled by the various terrorist groups, competing for the influence and power in the region. The local activists say, dozens … Continue reading

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Tahrir al-Sham. Death and fear on the streets of Idlib

Hayat Tahrir al-Sham group, which controls most part of the demilitarized zone in Idlib province, fully conforms to its internationally recognized status of a terrorist organization. In fact, HTS members use two methods of pressure and influence on civilian population … Continue reading

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Tahrir al-Sham instigates a humanitarian catastrophe in Idlib

Several sources indicated that, terrorists of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) had eliminated dozens of civilians including 17 representatives of the ‘White Helmets’ in the cities of Idlib, Maarrat al-Nu’man and Ariha in order to establish control over the de-escalation zone. … Continue reading

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U.S. Double Standards in the Middle East

It doesn’t matter who works in the Oval Office, the U.S. Middle East policy hasn’t been changing for decades. Whether it is George Bush, Barak Obama or Donald Trump the key idea is the same – Iraq\Syria\Libya constitutes an imminent … Continue reading

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Al-Tanf U.S. military base as a threat to the security of the region

A military base of the U.S.-led international coalition established in 2014 in Syria has already become a point of concern for most parties in the region. There is no doubt that the declared purpose of fighting against ISIS is far … Continue reading

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Syrian National Dialogue Congress in Sochi. Kurds Conduct Closed-Door Negotiations with Iran

The Syrian National Dialogue Congress has begun in Russia’s Sochi today. It is expected that about 1,600 representatives of various political and ethnic groups from Syria will be gathered. The major meetings are scheduled for January 30, 2018. Despite the … Continue reading

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Evidence Shows Kurds Have Received MANPADS and TOWs

According to Al-Masdar, Kurdish YPG have received a shipment of MANPADS and TOWs from the United States to counter Turkish aircraft and armored vehicles if the situation deteriorates as part of a bargain on 15 January 2018. Obtaining intelligence data on the … Continue reading

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Syrians from Tell Rifaat Return Home

Currently, the process of eliminating ISIS and other radical terrorist groups is coming to a logical end. Simultaneously peace and common life return to the cities and towns throughout Syria. It has become possible due to the successful steps of … Continue reading

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US and EU to ‘colonize’ Libya

The civil war initiated in Libya by NATO and its allies has been going on for more than six years. Since it started, the sustainable developing state transformed into a territory torn by various groups including ISIS. A real fight … Continue reading

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Can Khalifa Haftar Defeat Terrorism in Libya?

After the 2011 tragic events, when NATO invaded Libya and brought chaos and devastation, it has refused to settle the socio-political crisis. Having slain the national Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, the U.S. under the pretext of promoting democratic values initiated … Continue reading

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Who is in real power in Libya?

After the U.S. and its NATO-partners invaded Libya in 2011 and killed its leader Muammar Gaddafi, the country is being into chaos and suffering from political instability and violence by different terrorist groups, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS and … Continue reading

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U.S. and Gulf States Hinder Libyan Crisis Settlement

The United Nations General Assembly, which kicked off on September 12 at the headquarters of the international organization in, New York has just ended. During the meeting, the priority was given to the issues of global security and combating terrorism. … Continue reading

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