Month: August 2012

If I Were Assad

The situation in Syria keeps on getting hotter. The West is bumping up the pressure on Bashar Assad, hammering him with so-called “opposition” units that the countries of NATO arm, support and supply well with manpower — mercenaries recruited throughout the Middle East and Africa. Most of the mercenaries recruited […]

Egypt’s Brothers Stage Pre-Emptive Coup

Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi has done the unthinkable – asserting civilian supremacy over the military. This was an act that was supposed to be way beyond the capacity of the Muslim Brotherhood for quite a while. Something precipitated it. Six decades of Egypt’s political history have been punctuated. But this […]

Who Will Replace Kofi Annan?

Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, the UN and the League of Arab States joint peace envoy to Syria, announced his resignation before his tenure expires on August 31. The decision raised the issue of replacement. It’s already clear Annan didn’t fully comply with the instructions from Washington, Brussels and […]

Syrian Tragedy: Continued

The armed anti-government groupings in Syria come out in the open trying to topple the county’s leadership and get hold of power. It is said that the operation is masterminded by special services of the USA, Turkey, other NATO member countries and the monarchies of Persian Gulf. The terror act […]