Anti-Human Rights

Foreign Intervention in the Syrian Conflict

The increased foreign intervention in Syria’s internal conflict suggests that the anti-Assad coalition is preparing for the end of the “battle for Syria.” In northern Jordan, a training camp with mockups of typical Syrian towns and an airport has been established alongside the military training range for soldiers of the […]

Qatar’s Great Power Games

The recent Arab League summit, which illegally decided to provide military aid to the Syrian opposition under pressure from Doha, has once again demonstrated that there is a new power balance in the Arab world where the traditionally powerful countries like Egypt, Algeria and Iraq have again proved helpless against […]

Turkish-NATO Trace Of Chemical Attack In Aleppo

While the US President Barack Obama was visiting Middle East, the Syrian opposition tried to accuse Damascus of applying chemical weapons in order to provoke United States to intervene militarily in the Syrian conflict. The opposition knows well that the United States considers the use of chemical weapons a red […]

Chemical Attack in Syria

As we wrote in January, the co-producers of Syrian drama were staging a false flag chemical attack in Syria.  We concluded then that a provocation in Syria is the only option left for the war-mongers. Having exhaustive information on the real situation in Syria and being aware of inability of […]

Two Years After Launching Intervention

March 19 is the date the NATO intervention against Libya was launched two years ago. This day in 2011 NATO started combat actions against the Arab Jamahiriya under the pretext of complying with the United Nations Security Council resolution N 1973. It was illegal for the resolution allowed  “to take […]

Back to the Rule of Force at Sea?

Exactly one year and one month after committing the murder of two Indian fishermen off the coast of Kerala state, India, the buddy-pair of Italian marines has finally dodged the Indian judiciary to remain home in Rome. The collusion between the Indians and Italians to prevent the murderers from being tried […]

Looking for Way Out of Syrian Crisis

On March 11 a delegation of the Syrian National Coordinating Committee for Democratic Change led by its Coordinator Heisam al-Manaa, visited Moscow to hold talks with top officials of Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. At the negotiations and while meeting Russian experts and media, Mr. Manaa confirmed there was no […]

Venezuela After Chavez

The leader of Venezuela is gone at 58. He has not had time enough to fulfill even a half of his plans. A man of action, he has set an example for the left-wing forces of the continent. His demise will certainly slow down, perhaps temporarily, the reforms in the […]

Remember Libyan Jamahiriya

Libya was a self-sufficient, prosperous state which collapsed two years ago. It makes remember the dramatic events and what it resulted in. First of all, it was a new type of war, a «virtual revolution» and the United Nations Security Council’s resolutions were based on…editing the stages of a TV […]