Reza Nasri: Syria Should Quickly Sue the United States at ICJ By: Kourosh Ziabari

8 September 2013 — Iran Review

Iran Review Exclusive Interview with Reza Nasri

The U.S. drumbeating for war against Syria over the allegations that the government of President Assad has used chemical weapons against the civilians in the Ghouta district of Damascus has raised many eyebrows across the world as few people expected the seemingly pacifist and peace-loving President of the United States to call for a new war in the Middle East, especially now that there’s no threat posed to the U.S. national security or national interests.

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The BBC’s Syrian Chemical Weapons Coverage: An exercise in Imperial deception By William Bowles

23 August 2013

Over the past three days, since the story first broke, the BBC’s news Website (I use the word news advisedly) has carried twelve stories on the alleged chemical weapons attack that took place in a suburb of Damascus. Today’s offerings include, Hague believes Assad behind attack (23/8/13), without offering a shred of proof that the Assad government is behind the alleged attack or even that it took place, takes foreign secretary Hague’s ‘belief’ as a given. The lead paragraph tells it all: Continue reading

Armed Rebels Massacre Entire Population of Christian Village in Syria

29 May 2013 — Ahlulbayt News Agency

Armed rebels attacked a village in Syria’s Western province of Homs and slaughtered all its Christian residents on Monday.

Armed Rebels Massacre Entire Population of Christian Village in Syria

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – The armed rebels affiliated to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) raided the Christian-populated al-Duvair village in Reef (outskirts of) Homs near the border with Lebanon today and massacred all its civilian residents, including women and children.

The Syrian army, however, intervened and killed tens of terrorists during heavy clashes which are still going on in al-Duvair village.

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The interview given by the President Bashar al-Assad To the turkish Ulusal TV station and Aydinlik newspaper by Bashar al-Assad

5 April 2013 — Voltaire Network

Question: Mr President, you are welcome on Ulusal TV station. My first question might be a bit strange, but I need to ask it, because in the Turkish and world media there has been a lot of information published to the effect that you were killed or that you have left the country. Can you confirm that you are still alive and still in Syria?

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Will Syria Become Another “Failed State”? The Role of the United Nations By Carla Stea

30 December, 2012Global Research

“According to Robert Baer, a former CIA covert operations specialist, the CIA endorsed the idea of using the Muslim Brotherhood against Nasser in Egypt . In “Sleeping With the Devil,” Baer outlines the tactics of a top-secret U.S. effort: ‘At the bottom of it all was this dirty little secret in Washington : the White House looked on the Muslim Brotherhood as a secret ally, a secret weapon. This covert action started in the 1950’s with the Dulles brothers – Allen at the CIA and John Foster at the State Department when they approved Saudi Arabia’s funding of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood against Nasser. Continue reading

Syrian Opposition uses chemical weapons, backed by US and NATO By Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

28 December, 2012 — Global Research – Pravda

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Well congratulations Messrs. Obama, Cameron and Hollande, and your Foreign Department sidekicks Hillary Clinton, Laurent Fabius and William Hague. Your terrorists in Syria have managed to use chemical weapons against government forces, something you were warning President Assad against doing. Well, well, how the tables turn.

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RT: Washington's road to Iran goes through Syria By Veronika Krasheninnikova

2 July, 2012, 13:21 — RT

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Syrians in a damaged building hold up a portrait of their President Bashar al-Assad (AFP Photo / Louai Beshara)

The results of the Geneva talks on Syria depend on whom you ask.

 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton insists that the principle of “mutual consent” on which a “transitional government”in Syria would be based, means President Assad has to go. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, on the contrary, insists the formation of a “transitional government” will be made on inclusive basis.

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Russian Position On Syria: Myths And Reality Russia By Alexander Yakovenko*

19 March, 2012Russia & India Report

It is well known how long it took for the political situation in France to return to normal after the 1789 revolution. Perhaps in England it took less time – 50 years – to achieve a settlement in the form of the Glorious Revolution. Neither the Enlightenment, nor the European revolutions could protect Europe and the world from the catastrophe of World War I. Why not help others avoid such a bloody path and carry out transformational processes by evolutionary methods?

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