Three reasons why there can only be a military solution in Syria

By Bilal Abdul Kareem     Tags: Bashar Assad, Aleppo, Aid Convoy, Syria Negotiations, FSA, Al Qaeda, Islamic State Show comments Five years on, Syria is no longer a conflict that can be solved with negotiations among powers that lack the will in the first place Most of the outside world watched in horroratnewsthatthe ill-fated Aleppo aid convoy was blasted and burned.…

Why Conjoined Syrian Twins Nawras and Mou’az Were Condemned to Death

By Franklin Lamb Pauper’s Cemetery, Najha, Syria One month old conjoined twins Narwas and Mou’az Al-Hashash died needlessly this month in a Damascus hospital because they were the innocent victims of what International Humanitarian Law defines as War Crimes. (Photo: Courtesy of Zahra Hospital, East Ghouta, Syria) The boys are buried in an unmarked pauper’s grave…

Egypt’s prosecution to investigate spying claims against politicians Sabahi, Abul-Fotouh

Politicians Hamdeen Sabahi (L) and Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh (R) A citizen has filed a report claiming former presidential candidates Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh and Hamdeen Sabahi have spied for Hezbollah and Iran Egypt’s prosecutor-general has ordered an investigation into a police report that accuses politicians Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh and Hamdeen Sabahi of spying for Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Iran’s Revolutionary…

July 15 Tweets Pose Questions On ‘Shadow CIA’ Stratfor

  – In similar circumstances, no one would have posted such information about the US president’s whereabouts, argues analyst Tweets by U.S.-based firm Stratfor on the Turkish president’s flight to Istanbul from Marmaris on the night of the July 15 coup attempt have drawn attention and controversy worldwide, said Anadolu Agency in a report on Tuesday. Founded…

Abu Dhabi announces launch of Israeli-installed mass surveillance system

By Rori Donaghy     Company owned by former Israeli intelligence agent was responsible for installing Abu Dhabi’s mass surveillance system Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed arrives for opening of World Future Energy Summit (AFP)     Authorities in Abu Dhabi announced on Wednesday the launch of an emirate-wide surveillance system, which Middle East Eye previously…