Middle East

Trump aligns with Obama’s agenda in bombing Syria!

Donald Trump, the billionaire U.S. president, who during his campaign said that regime change in Syria would not be his top priority and called for cooperation with Russia to fight ISIS/AL Qaida and associated “Islamist Jihadists” groups, stunned the world by launching an unprovoked attack of 59 tomahawk missiles against Syria’s Shayrat military air base in April 2017.

Jewish settlers dig in to keep possession of Palestinian land

LONDON––The Jewish settler’s leaders are involved in a criminal attempt to legalize their occupation of settlements on land stolen from Jordan, Syria and Palestine in Israel’s 1967 colonial war.

On November 6, 2016, the Israeli settler colonial government approved what the New York Times characterized as “a contentious bill that would allow for the retroactive legalization of Jewish settlement outposts built on privately-owned Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank. The measure breaks a longstanding taboo, and in the view of many experts, it defies international law.”

French police commit violence against African and Afghan immigrants

The immigration violence in October 2016 by the French police against the traumatized and impoverished colonial people fleeing U.S.-led NATO wars was world news.

French police demolished the Calais “Jungle” tearing down the makeshift homes of the 7,000 residents.

U.S. unnerved by Turkey’s reconciliation with Russia

The meeting on Tuesday, August 9th between Vladimir Putin and Recep Erdogan in Moscow sent shock waves to white power leaders and centers in the so-called West.

Obama’s Saudi Arabia and London trips cement his legacy as world’s leading neocolonialist stooge

U.S. president Barack Hussein Obama arrived in Riyadh on April 20, 2016 amidst crisis between the U.S. and Saudi Arabian governments.  

For decades, the sell-out Saudi royal family has been a key puppet of U.S. imperialism in the region.

The growing strength of the people’s resistance in Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Afghanistan, Turkey, Yemen, Bahrain and in Saudi Arabia itself as well as the developing power of Iran are the primary causes that are forcing a rethink of relationship throughout the region.