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Coming to a head in Syria

February 05, 2016

by Ghassan Kadi

What started as a “War On Syria”, allowed to grow and fester unabated, fueled and sponsored by eighty three nations spearheaded by Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel and NATO and all pro-NATO nations, is undoubtedly coming to a head. 1,747 more words

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Syrian Army Restores Atman Village in North Daraa

Local Editor

Syrian army established full control Friday over the town of Atman northern of Daraa city, after the withdrawal of armed groups, including leaving their weapons and their equipment. 242 more words

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British MPs Urge Immediate Halt of the Kingdom’s Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia

Local EditorAn all-party group of British MPs called for immediate suspension of UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia and an international independent inquiry into the kingdom’s military campaign in Yemen. 245 more words

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US-NATO Invade Libya to Fight Terrorists of Own Creation

Up to 6,000 troops are being sent to invade and occupy Libya, seizing oilfields allegedly threatened by terrorists NATO armed and put into power in 2011. 1,010 more words

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JUBILATION ERUPTS IN NIBBUL AND AL-ZAHRAA` AS SYRIAN ARMY ENTERS TO EXTERMINATE SAUDI CANNIBAL TERRORISTS

Ziad Fadel
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Ba’ath Party Youth Vanguards from Hama join the celebrations in Nibbul.  One of the placards announces “No” to Sectarianism”. 

Here are some views of the celebratory atmosphere from… 810 more words

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Will the 'Enemy of my Enemy' Strategy Foster Cooperation in the Middle East

Anshuman Kukreti, Middle East Correspondent
Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief
Last Modified: 01:06 a.m. EDT, 4 February 2016

ISRAEL, Jerusalem – Israel is a country which is well-recognized by both economists and global experts because of the extraordinary pace of the development in its technology, business, and tourism sectors. 1,188 more words

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Performance Comparison of mmap() versus read() versus fread()

I recently read in Computers are *fast*! by Julia Evans about a comparison between fread() and mmap() suggesting that both calls deliver roughly the same performance. 1,417 more words

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