Syria News Links 15-16 April 2018

16 April 2018 6:39:25 PM —

Video: TV Censorship, Sky News Experience “Technical Trouble” that Silences Expert Doubting Pro-war Syria Narrative

Theresa May defends Syria strikes in parliament

Are We Over the US/UK Fomented Crisis In Syria? (Latest evaluations from Paul Craig Roberts)

Iraq, Then; Syria Today – A Strategy Remix. Bombed and Bombed Again

Missile Attacks on Syria: Why Do They Tell Us Transparent Lies?

Chris Hedges and Mark Crispin Miller: Corporate Media’s Hurricane of Propaganda + American Media Wrong On Syria Coverage

Trump’s Wag The Dog Strategy On Syria Helps No One – Not Even Himself

Voices of the Syrian People

Attacking Syria: Thumbing Noses at Constitution and Law

Theresa May’s press conference statement on Syria, by Theresa May

Russia haunts the western imagination

Press review: Likely second strike on Syria to embolden IS and Russia set to sanction US

Syria air strikes: Theresa May faces MPs’ questions

Playing with Nuclear Matches

Russia prepared to provide transport, military police escort to OPCW in Eastern Ghouta

Iraq Then, Syria Now

Russia ‘will not delay’ in response to US sanctions: Deputy FM

In Iraq, Protesters March Against Missile Strikes In Syria

Syria strikes latest updates: Penny Mordaunt opposes demands to give Parliament greater powers over military interventions

Ukrainian interest. Syria escalation, Poroshenko’s efforts, and Orban’s triumph

Trump’s Punitive Air Strikes against Syria. No Evidence that Assad was Behind the Alleged Chemical Weapons Attack By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

Thousands protesting in Iraq’s capital set fire to US flags, criticize airstrikes in Syria

Syria= Iraq/Libya 2.0

Syria air strikes: Macron says he convinced Trump not to pull out troops

News Daily: May faces MPs over Syria and Stephen Lawrence’s father forgives

What is the West’s end game in Syria?

Russian expert comments on Western strikes against Syria

Pseudo-left parties promote US-French-British bombing of Syria

US-British-French missile strikes on Syria heighten danger of a catastrophic war

UK: Demands grow for May government to hold debate on Syria attack

French students protest war, support striking rail workers

British government admits links to Manchester and London terror attack groups

Czech PM changes stance on Syria strikes after conversation with president

Kerch Strait bridge to help arrange transit of goods between Russia, Syria

Chinese experts say strike on Syria political step not aimed at escalation

Syria air strikes: Theresa May faces MPs’ questions

Syria’s Victory – The Failed Attack by War Criminals Trump, May and Macron

Trump points to constitutional authority to order missile strikes on Syria

UK air strikes on Syria cannot be viewed as humanitarian intervention — embassy

UK hopes to ensure Russia’s support for new UNSC draft resolution on Syria

German top diplomat expects RF to make constructive contribution to resolving Syria issue

We mustn’t see Syria through the lens of Iraq

15 April 2018

Iraq’s ‘weapons of mass destruction’ in 2003; Syria’s chemical weapons today

Syria strikes: Theresa May to be grilled by MPs over military action two days after missiles fired

The Syria Strike Proves We Still Haven’t Learned from Iraq

France’s President Emmanuel Macron says he has ‘convinced’ Donald Trump to keep troops in Syria

Strike on Syria has demonstrated West’s silliness, says Czech president