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American Maneuvers To Remain in Iraq

October 14, 2011 // Thawra al-Wehda - Syria - Arabic

At a time of continuing quarrels between Washington and Baghdad over the issue of American forces remaining in Iraq beyond their decreed departure at the end of this calendar year, a rising number of voices within the U.S. are demanding a total and complete withdrawal from the Land of the Two Rivers, especially as the [Read more]

Media Spin and the Privatization of U.S. Wars

October 12, 2011 // Thawra al-Wehda - Syria - Arabic

America’s international affairs are associated with websites like Google, Facebook and the Otpor! organization, which spread chaos in Serbia by calling upon the rebels to overthrow the regime. The New York Times refers to a report from April 15 written by Ron Nixon stating that American trainees teach the youth to [Read more]

We Will Not Fall into Your Trap

October 10, 2011 // Thawra- Al Wehda - Syria - Arabic

The number of pretexts has multiplied, but the American-European betrayal has a single aim. There has been one empty draft resolution after another, all devised by the West in the U.N. Security Council as its agents scramble after it both at home and abroad. The single goal is the destruction of Syria: the exhaustion [Read more]

Western Funding Aims to Abort the Egyptian Revolution

October 5, 2011 // Thawra al-Wehda - Syria - Arabic

It is already known that the West was not happy with the revolution sparked by the Egyptian people against the Camp David regime, Israel's friend and client of the United States. They have not relented in their attempts to terminate the revolution since it began. After failing to directly impact the events in Tahrir [Read more]

American Intentions toward Iraq

September 22, 2011 // Thawra Al-Wada - Syria - Arabic

When it was necessary and justified, it must be said that the U.S. was prepared to do something. Even before the attack on the economic and political capitals (New York and Washington) of America on Sept. 11, 2001, it was for Iraq’s oil, more than anything else in the Middle East, that the Americans attempted to [Read more]

After Ten Septembers

September 14, 2011 // Thawra Al Wehda - Syria - Arabic

From the first moment that television channels around the world broadcast the image of a plane crashing into the World Trade Center in New York, it became apparent that the world was on the verge of great events, not because of the magnitude of the event itself, but because the global changes that paved the way for it. [Read more]

The Arab Spring Is Not Over

September 4, 2011 // Al-Yaum - Saudi Arabia - Arabic

After the events of Sept. 11, when al-Qaida bombed the Twin Towers in New York, much has happened in the Arab and Muslim world. It would not have happened without America wanting to change the political map according to the neoconservative plan in the era of U.S. President George W. Bush. First came the occupation [Read more]

Obama and the Uncertain Outlook for the 2012 Election

August 31, 2011 // Thawra Al Wehda - Syria - Arabic

It is clear to observers that Obama suffers from lack of vision and the confidence of his supporters, even on issues that he was ready to fight for during the long negotiations that took place prior to the agreement...Republicans’ responses seem extreme to many voters, but, all told, they have a clear outlook and vision for the future.
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