• 2022-11-28

    A conflict of interest between Ankara and Washington over Syria will likely see the two drift apart, with Turkiye aligning more closely with Eurasian powers.

  • 2022-11-26

    After two years of relative quietness the situation in Syria is again escalating. This follows a terror attack in Istanbul two weeks ago allegedly committed by a woman who had traveled there from the Kurdish controlled city of Kobani in northeast Syria. Turkey accused the U.S., which is occupying northeast Syria, of complicity in the attack.

  • 2022-11-25

    The Biden administration has imposed new sanctions on Tehran and expressed support for protesters, as the Iranian government aids Russia in the Ukraine war and continues nuclear enrichment.

  • 2022-11-25

    In response to Iraq’s condemnation of Iranian operations on its territory, Tehran has criticized both Baghdad and the IKR for failing to secure their borders

  • 2022-11-25

    An investigation into British and American collusion with the terror groups that kidnapped and murdered western hostages in Syria.

  • 2022-11-24

    An advisor to a western European Prime Minister said privately, “when the Americans want the government officials to campaign for a particular narrative, we receive a piece of paper with instructions to follow. Normally, Prime Minister or minister would contest the US dictate. Decision-makers are instructed to avoid any headache and execute Washington’s will without delay. We do it and avoid any discussion or questioning even if the US suggestions are incompatible with our interests or foreign policy.”

  • 2022-11-23

    Who is killing who in Iran, and how do we know? The death of a young boy last week illustrates how narratives are deliberately distorted in conflict.

  • 2022-11-23

    A conflict, which with the high possibility that Iran’s Russian and Chinese allies may decide to become involved, would have the potential to reach far beyond the Gulf. Wednesday afternoon’s attack on the Pacific Zircon, a tanker in the Gulf of Oman, owned by Israeli billionaire Idan Ofer, comes amid a time of increased tensions in the region, with both "Israel" and the United States immediately placing the blame on Iran.

  • 2022-11-23

    Despite widespread support coming from the political West, the Kiev regime never seems to be happy, no matter how much money, resources or other forms of support it is set to receive. The latest claim that the Neo-Nazi junta is making is that at least 75% of the Iranian drones' components are made in the United States, European Union, Japan, and other vassals/satellite states of the political West. According to the Kiev regime sources, the parts that were identified by the Neo-Nazi junta's military intelligence were allegedly produced by Western companies. 

  • 2022-11-22

    Diplomatic hypocrisy in the European Union saw its parliament cut ties with Iran while asserting it will continue to support the riots.

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