T
he insurgency against Bashar al-Assad’s Alawite regime began on March 15, 2015 in the framework of the Arab Springs - in that case designed to destabilize Saudi Arabia. Unlike what had happened in the Maghreb region and in Egypt, Saudi Arabia managed the issue by putting severe pressures on the United States - the global managers of the "Arab Springs" - but, above all, by harshly repressing every internal rebellion.

Published in Middle East

T
he New Year’s attack on the upscale Reina nightclub in central Istanbul that killed 39 and injured some 70 people is still under intense investigation. The gunman took advantage of the confusion and managed to escape with the fleeing crowd. As the world awoke to news of yet another terror attack in Turkey, speculation began to grip the media about the possible identity and motive of the gunman.

Published in Central Asia

T
here is fundamental point which needs to be studied carefully: the war in Syria - after the entry of the Russian Federation into the region – implies a connection between Russia and Iran that is supremely dangerous for Israel. In fact, many of the Russian air raids on the Syrian soil come from the Iranian base of Hamadan, 175 miles south of Tehran - the historical tomb, inter alia, of Esther and Mordechai, the traditional pilgrimage of Iranian Jews.

Published in Middle East

T
he previous two Syrian "ceasefires" of February and September last were substantial failures. Mediated by too diverging interests, they were bogged down in a zero-sum game among the irregularities committed by all the groups involved.

Published in Middle East

A
leppo” as a term has become something of a buzz word in the West that is still full of ignorance: while many have heard of the city, few can correctly name it as a city in Syria and fewer still are aware of just how complex and vicious it has been as a symbolic center of the Syrian conflict for the past four years. What it mostly represents to the semi-initiated in America is the epicenter of the refugee crisis exclusively caused by Pro-Assad government forces, amply assisted by a Russian Air Force that is indifferent to human suffering.

Published in Iconoclast
W
e are witnessing terrorist organizations using a tool in the war between countries. Turkey has been fighting PKK terrorist organization for 35 years. But this is just tip of the iceberg. The PKK is just a simple terrorist organization.
Published in Terrorism

S
ectarian warfare is not a very new issue in the Islamic world because for decades Saudi-Arabia and Iran have had the ambition to dominate the Islamic globe, Iran exports the Shiite Islamic revolution doctrines and Saudi-Arabia the Wahabistic Islamic tenets to the Muslim world unfortunately both countries enjoy rich oil reserves and miss-using petro-bucks to lead the said world.

Published in Intelligence

O
n 15 July 2016, Turkey faced a coup attempt. This attempt was a terrorist attack on Turkey. This attack, which took place outside the chain of command of the Turkish Armed Forces, has failed. Those who carried out this attack are traitors belonging to Fethullah Terrorist Organization (FETO). These traitors closed the Bosphorus Bridge, made low flights with warplanes, and went out to the streets with tanks.

Published in Middle East
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