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Monbiot still burying his head in sands of Syria

November 21, 2017, Jonathan Cook Blog Investigative journalist Gareth Porter has published two exclusives whose import is far greater than may be immediately apparent. They concern Israel’s bombing in 2007 of a supposed nuclear plant secretly built, according to a self-serving US and Israeli narrative, by Syrian leader Bashar Assad. Although the …

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How Pseudo-leftists Explain the Failure of the ‘Syrian Revolution’

Some western “Liberals” and “Leftists” pay homage to Yassin al-Haj Saleh, an intellectual leftist of the ‘Syrian Revolution’. In fact Saleh represented only a tiny part of Syria’s left. He was ‘persecuted’ because he aligned himself with the 1980 and 2011 bloody uprisings by the sectarian Muslim Brotherhood, and their international …

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Book Review: ‘Dear World’ by Bana Alabed – PR for Regime Change in Syria

November 10, 2017, True Publica BACKGROUND Bana Alabed is an 8-year-old Syrian girl who rose to fame in 2016 when a Twitter account was set up in her name and she started tweeting in fluent English from east Aleppo as it was under bombardment by Syrian and Russian forces trying …

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Priti Patel Resigns – Israel Lobby Mourns The Loss Of A Valuable British Asset

November 10, 2017, Information Clearing House – Moon of Alabama A British Minister of Hindu heritage was fired after it emerged that she secretly met Israeli officials in Israel and elsewhere without informing the Foreign Office. Back in Britain she then tried to arrange additional finances for Israel’s arming of al-Qaeda in …

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US Mideast Axis Reels As Russian-Backed Forces Power Ahead

November 6, 2017, Strategic Culture – Finian Cunningham It’s been a more-than-usual eventful week in the Middle East. Russian-backed forces made yet more significant military gains in defeating US-sponsored proxies in Syria, with a fearsome display of long-range Russian air and naval firepower against militant hold-outs near Deir ez-Zor. That …

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