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The Last Chance for Peace in Syria?

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) meets with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah during a tour to the Middle East.

Dec 23, 2013, Counterpunch The war in Syria grinds on, an endless wreckage of shattered limbs and lives. The blood flows across borders, fueling the religious sectarian killing across the Middle East that is the life-blood of the Syrian conflict. Hopes rose in Syria after Obama’s last minute decision not to …

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Washington’s New Islamic Front: Expanded U.S. Support to Al Qaeda Rebels in Syria

Dec 15, 2013, Global Research From the outset, the Western military alliance has (covertly) supported the terrorists with a view to destabilizing Syria as a nation state. Lest we forget, Al Qaeda is a creation of the CIA.  The US, NATO, Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have channeled most …

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Al Qaeda Terrorism in Syria is a “Weapon of Mass Destruction”

Dec 17, 2013, Global Research On November 27, 2013, at a United Nations Security Council Stakeout, the Syrian Ambassador displayed a file of 258 letters addressed to the Security Council, documenting terrorist actions, terrorist groups and terrorist individuals currently operating in Syria, or arrested for such activities.  These letters urgently …

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Whose sarin?

"Humanitarian Aid" Anthony Freda Art

  Dec 8, 2013, London Review of Books Barack Obama did not tell the whole story this autumn when he tried to make the case that Bashar al-Assad was responsible for the chemical weapons attack near Damascus on 21 August. In some instances, he omitted important intelligence, and in others …

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Religious leader speaks about US media’s misrepresentation of country’s issues

Nov 18, 2013, The Daily Nebraskan Mainstream media has depicted the crisis in Syria as a black and white cinema. At a talk in downtown Lincoln Monday morning, Mother Agnes-Mariam of the Cross said that isn’t the case. Mother Agnes is Mother Superior of the monastery of St. James the …

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Tariq Ali asks did USA rely on tainted Israeli evidence to justify Damascus Missile Strikes

Nov 16, 2013 British-Pakistani historian, activist and editor of the New Left Review, Tariq Ali, says that without publicly available evidence, Barack Obama’s claim that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against civilians and rebels is “totally unconvincing.” During a (Aug 29, 2013) debate http://www.democracynow.org/2013/8/29… on “Democracy Now!” on …

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Rania Masri Debates Syria’s Path Forward

Sep 10, 2013, Democracy Now We host a debate on how to resolve the Syrian conflict between Rafif Jouejati of the Syrian Local Coordination Committees, a network of activists throughout Syria, and Rania Masri, Lebanese-based human rights activist and professor at the University of Balamand in Lebanon.

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Greek Orthodox Archbishop Atallah Hanna: “We reject any aggression on Syria”

Aug 29, 2013, SFPN Large number of occupied Jerusalem’ citizens held a sit-in at the courtyard of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to express sympathy with Syria which is exposed to threats and pressures targeting its stance and national role. In a speech in front of the participants, Greek …

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