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Syrian-Russian steps can provoke Golan clash

For four days since July 25, the Syrian army has been continuously firing artillery batteries – moved close to Israel’s defense lines on the Golan border – in a manner that comes dangerously close to provoking an Israeli response. 145 more words

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Why Turkey Suspects Washington of Playing a Part in Failed Coup

The failed Turkish coup attempt has triggered a heated debate about its origins and alleged plotters. Canada-based author John Chuckman explains why he believes Washington could have winked and nodded to Turkish military rebels. 856 more words

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Four Reasons Why Liberation of Aleppo Would Mean an End to the Syrian War

As the Syrian army advances in the jihadist-ravaged city of Aleppo, Russian political analysts explain why the once-vibrant metropolis, formerly home to 2.3 million people, is of prime importance to all the parties of the conflict and can play a key role in settlement of the ongoing crisis. 967 more words

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US-Backed Rebels: "We Are Worse Than ISIS!"

A Spokesman from the “moderate rebel” group, Nour al-Din al-Zinki movement, claimed that the beheading of a young Palestinian boy was a “mistake” and “ 89 more words

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Hillary Clinton Thinks the US Should Arm Terrorist Groups in Syria who Chopped Off a Young Boy's Head

The war against the government of Syria by the Gulf monarchies, the Erdogan government in Turkey, and the U.S has gone on for too long. The brutality has reached new highs with the beheading of a young boy by rebels who were once… 65 more words

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First Palestinians in Syria war under Hizballah

Hizballah artillery in action in Syria

On Sunday, June 19, helicopters of the Syrian Air Force started transporting Palestinian militia fighters from the Damascus area to the Deir-ez-Zor region of eastern Syria, debkafile’s military sources said in an exclusive report. 181 more words

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Erdogan ‘Trying to Outdo Ataturk’: Germany’s Genocide Vote Sends Shockwaves

Germany’s Bundestag passed a resolution to recognize the Armenian Genocide of 1915, at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. In response, Ankara recalled its German ambassador and Turkish President Erdogan threatened to retaliate. 478 more words

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