Category: Middle East

May 06

Tories setting up to bomb Syria

The Conservatives are seriously thinking of asking Tornado pilots to bomb government facilities in Syria

The Conservatives are considering a manifesto pledge to hold a Commons vote to bomb government facilities in Syria, reports the Guardian. The paper says the commitment would only take effect if there were another gas attack.  But the fear is it would encourage ‘false flag’ events by rebel jihadist forces. ‘Assad must go’ hysteria A lot …

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Apr 07

Missile strike follows Idlib ‘gas attack’

US destroyers launch a missile strike

President Trump has launched a missile strike against Syrian airfields.  The pretext is the alleged release of chemical weapons in the town of Khan Sheikhun the rebel-held Syrian Idlib province on Tuesday. According to the BBC, the Pentagon said 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired from Navy destroyers USS Porter and USS Ross.  They say they targeted ‘aircraft, …

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Apr 05

Idlib gas attack – hang on a minute!

The Idlib Gas Attack - is it real and what would Assad gain?

Before we all rush to identify Russia or ‘Assad’ as those responsible for the Idlib gas attack, let us just consider: ‘Idlib Gas Attack’ – background? 1 The US and UK armaments manufacturers need a Russian threat, 2 They are making billions of dollars from ‘wars and rumours of wars’, 3 They have strong financial links to …

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Feb 09

Syrian Christians not welcome in UK

Churches in Syria have been looted and damaged by jihadists

The United Kingdom has let in very few Syrian Christian refugees. UK Christians assumed the Government would favour their brothers and sisters.  But a Christian aid charity says this has not happened. the UK has been ‘out-sourcing’ refugee selection to the UN.  But this has meant a lack of balance in refugee numbers. Out of over …

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Jan 27

Theresa May to meet Donald Trump

Tam Dalyell, who died yesterday

Today the Rt Hon Theresa May MP becomes the first world leader to meet President Donald Trump. The media is obsessed with their probable discussions on trade. The UK exports more to the US than we buy from them, so it could get tricky. But trade deals often focus on tariffs or the lifting of …

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Jan 10

NATO rattles its sabre in Europe

According to reports in the Daily Express, the Independent and RT among others, the US has just landed the biggest shipment of military equipment since the Cold War at Bremerhaven in Germany as part of a NATO build-up. The Express said hundreds of tanks had been off-loaded at the port and are now trundling across Europe …

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Dec 14

Yes, Aleppo is being liberated

A row has broken out on the left following a headline yesterday in the Morning Star (in red opposite) saying ‘Final liberation of Aleppo is within sight’. According to the liberal-leaning Huffington Post, a host of Labour MPs queued up to condemn the communist paper for its headline. Many were from the disgruntled Blairite wing, like John …

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Dec 08

BBC’s Muslims Like Us gives Islamic State a platform

We are growing used to the BBC giving us fake news on Syria and promoting transgenderism to children. But now they are putting our physical safety at risk by giving a platform to a supporter of Islamic State. Muslims Like Us “Muslims Like Us”, to be broadcast on Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th December at …

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