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US Guantanamo detainee killed in Syria while leading NATO-backed death squad

Apr 17, 2014, New Eastern Outlook The Long War Journal reported in its post, “Former Guantanamo detainee killed while leading jihadist group in Syria,” that: Ibrahim Bin Shakaran, a Moroccan who spent more than three years at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility before being released to Moroccan custody, has been killed while leading a jihadist…

Assad There to Stay?

Apr 9, 2014, CounterPunch How the US Campaign for “Regime Change” in Syria Became a Magnet for International Terrorism Long gone the days when the U.S.-led so-called “Friends of Syria” could plausibly claim that two thirds of Syria was controlled by rebel forces, that Syrian capital Damascus was under siege and its fall was just…

Media Blackout over Syria

Apr 6, 2014, Global Research On April 6, The London Review of Books published in its online journal Seymour Hersh’s “The Red Line and the Rat Line.” Hersh continues to expose details surrounding the staged August 21 chemical attack incident in Syria, which apparently pretty much everyone in Washington’s intelligence bureaucracy suspected was carried out by the…

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Saudi regime goes berserk over reform calls

Zafar Bangash, Apr 2014 Calling for reforms is “terrorism,” withdrawing your allegiance to the monarchy is “treason” and contacting international news organizations about human rights violations in the kingdom will land you in prison. Welcome to the Saudi kingdom! Has the Saudi regime shot itself in the foot over its terror decree? Many observers inside…

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Peace Pilgrimage to Syria

Press release: 5 April, 2014 Peace Pilgrimage to Syria, is a civil movement of peace activists for providing humanitarian aid to Syria and strive to bring peace in the country as soon as possible. This movement has eminent personalities and peace activists from all over the world. This caravan after its presence in Iran will…