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Syrians Stop 'Brazen Attack' on American Embassy

September 13, 2006 // Kuwait Times - Syria - English

DAMASCUS: Suspected al-Qaeda-linked militants tried to blow up the U.S. Embassy in Damascus yesterday. The assailants attempted to storm the compound with automatic weapons and hand grenades, but in a fierce gun battle against Syrian guards, they were repulsed outside the walls. The brazen, midmorning attack came amid [Read more]

America's 'Destiny' of Invasion and Expansionism

March 2, 2006 // Al-Wahda - Syria - Arabic

In 1846, an American senator said the following: "America's destiny is invasion and expansion; it is like the staff of Moses, which turned into a snake and swallowed all the Pharaoh's snakes. Give her time, and you will find her swallowing areas as large as the European kingdoms every few years. This will be the rate [Read more]

Unfair U.S. Pressure on Syria Requires Arab Solidarity

October 18, 2005 // Syria Times - Syria - English

Lebanese clergyman Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah has strongly criticized the American accusation campaign against Syria. He stressed that the United States is persuing its own regional interests by using Lebanon against Syria. ‏ In a symposium for Ramadan held Monday, Fadlallah said that the accusations were all part [Read more]

Syria Asks: What is Washington Cooking Up Now?

February 27, 2005 // Syria Times - Syria - English

The active and continuous campaign being launched by Washington and its allies against Syria over implementation of U.N. Resolution 1559 is a blatantly unfair policy that runs counter to the norms of international law and its conventions. The campaign is clearly biased toward Israel, and is designed to tighten the [Read more]

Time for America To Be a Fair Mideast Broker

February 3, 2005 // Syria Times - Syria - English

People in the Middle East hope the forthcoming visit of new U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to the Middle East produces fresh momentum in the U.S. approach to the Arab-Israeli conflict. If Rice wants to make her first visit to the region as a secretary of state a success, she will have to provide a realistic [Read more]
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