Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Syria''
Is US intervention in Syria justified?
Qasim Asad The recent horrific chemical weapons attack in Syria left at least 355 people dead and over 3600 displaying neurotoxic symptoms. The attacks have sparked worldwide condemnation from ordinary citizens across the world but also [...]
The End of Hezbollah in the New Middle East
Ali Harfouch The End of Hezbollah in the ‘New’ Middle East This is our stance and obligation: we have tried to be people of sincerity and fidelity; we believe in truth and enunciate it. We defend [...]
Manufacturing a new leadership for Syria
Dr. Abdul Wahid Last night’s BBC news programme The World Tonight had a revealing report showing exactly what kind of leadership Western colonial states would like to see replace Bashar al Assad in Syria. Britain, France [...]
Towards Liberty for Syria
Ali Harfouch Towards Liberty for Syria: An Alternative Charter “…and say: surely, this is my path…” A political actor is free if he is able to determine his own trajectory in expression of a divine [...]
Radical Perspectives on Lebanon
Ali Harfouch “…thus We have placed within every city the greatest of its criminals to conspire therein. But they conspire not except against themselves, and they perceive not….” As flames engulf streets across [...]
My Fickle Friends – by Bashar al-Assad
How fickle friendship can be. After all the years of close co-operation, the dinners out together, the help we provided, and the dirty work we did for them, its come to this. Yesterday I was a [...]