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“Security Arc” forms amidst Mideast terror

Map of 'Security Arc' by S. Narwani, E. Adaime, A. Amacha

Dec 21, 2013, al Akhbar Many observers are correct in noting that the Middle East is undergoing yet another seismic shift – that the Russian-brokered destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal, a US-Iranian rapprochement, the diminished strategic value of Saudi Arabia and Israel, and a US withdrawal from Afghanistan will …

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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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Saudi suicide

Oct 28, 2013, Voltairenet Unleashed by the United States against Syria, will Saudi Arabia commit suicide if defeated? This is what one might conclude from the following events: On July 31st, 2013, Prince Bandar bin Sultan visited Russia, where he not only met his counterpart, the intelligence chief, but also …

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Syria: Another Illegal War of Aggression based on Manipulation and Fake Intelligence

Sep 4, 2013, Global Research “Their [pro-Israel neocon] plan, which urged Israel to re-establish ‘the principle of preemption,’ has now been imposed by (Richard) Perle, (Douglas) Feith, (David) Wurmser & Co. on the United States.” Patrick J. Buchanan, American political commentator, The American Conservative, March 24, 2003 “I wasn’t afraid …

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Bankrupt at Home and Abroad, Syria Shows Washington is a Spent Geopolitical Player

Oct 19, 2013, Strategic Culture Foundation US policy on Syria could be described as «a comedy of errors» if the consequences for human suffering were not so brutal. Having largely created a quagmire of terrorism and lawlessness in Syria through covert insurgency operations over the past two and half years, …

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To some, US case for Syrian gas attack, strike has too many holes


Sep 2, 2013, McClatchy The Obama administration’s public case for attacking Syria is riddled with inconsistencies and hinges mainly on circumstantial evidence, undermining U.S. efforts this week to build support at home and abroad for a punitive strike against Bashar Assad’s regime. The case Secretary of State John Kerry laid …

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Mother Agnes-Mariam to speak at Tear Down the Walls: Nov 1-3, Tucson, AZ

What’s Going On In Syria? by Syria Solidarity Movement and Mussalaha (Reconciliation) Movement This workshop will feature a live presentation by Mother Agnes Mariam who is coming directly from the Middle East. She will discuss the background to the conflict and the conclusions of her detailed study of the chemical …

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