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Has OPCW Become a Four-Letter Word?

By Martin Jay | Strategic Culture Foundation | May 21, 2019

The information war between those who believe that OPCW investigations in Syria over the chemical attack of Douma in 2018 was staged – verses those who choose to believe the West’s blithe claim that Assad poisoned his own people – is more or less over.

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Turkey willing to help Canada repatriate ISIS members held in Syria, official says

Turkey is open to allowing captured Canadian ISIS members to transit through the country so they can return to Canada for prosecution, a Turkish official said in an interview. 707 more words


Umm Hamza - Granny & Slaughterer

SWEDEN/SYRIA. Michael Skråmo, the Swedish Jihadists who fought with ISIS, was killed in their final battles and since is wife Amanda had died earlier the question was who would take care of the seven children. 428 more words


UN declared 72-hour ceasefire allowing jihadists to regroup in Northern Hama | May 18th 2019 | Syria

War Diary project. Video clips and news updates from the Syrian Army’s operations against internationally funded jihadists in Northwest Syria.

Suicide attack targets American soldiers in Syria

ISIS suicide attack targets SDF demining convoy

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Islamic State sleeper cells on Monday targeted a demining convoy of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in northeastern Syria, deep behind the Kurdish-led forces’ lines. 514 more words