US War in Syria Far From Over: Selected Articles

17 JUly 2017 — Global Research

US War in Syria Far From Over

By Stephen Lendman, July 17, 2017

Ceasefire in southern Syria was short-lived, discussed in a previous article. On Sunday, Netanyahu said he opposes the Russian/US brokered deal, claiming it “perpetuat(es)” Iranian and Hezbollah presence in the country near Israel’s border.

Brzezinski Wanted NATO to Become the “Hub of a Globe-Spanning Web” of Security Pacts

By Steven MacMillan, July 17, 2017

An Agenda For NATO: Toward a Global Security Web unprecedented risks to global security,” with “extremist religious and political movements” among these risks, movements that he himself helped to empower through advocating giving the Mujahideen US aid.

The US Deep State: Sabotaging Putin-Trump Ceasefire Agreement in Syria

By Federico Pieraccini, July 17, 2017

From the Russian point of view, any military sabotage would once again lay American intentions bare, regardless of Trump’s subsequent moves. However, one thing that is certain is that in the case of sabotage, Trump will be faced with having to make a definitive choice. Either he will surrender to the deep state, returning the situation back to a state of hyper-conflict with a nuclear superpower; or he will confront and overcome the deep state, thereby enabling him to implement his electoral promises.

Photos of Aleppo Rising: Swimsuits, Concerts and Rebuilding in First Jihadi-Free Summer

By Tyler Durden, July 17, 2017

Aleppines and other Syrians are rebuilding – they are optimistically preparing for the future. Welcome to the real Aleppo.

Israel’s Crimes against Humanity: ‘Gaza Will be Unlivable Next Year, Not 2020 as the UN Says’

By Edo Konrad, July 17, 2017

Things have gotten acutely worse in the Gaza Strip over the past month, since Israel and the Palestinian Authority cut the besieged strip’s already inadequate supply of power. But an entire generation of Gazans have grown up without ever experiencing electricity that is available around the clock. Crisis is nothing new.

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