The news hit Washington like a gigantic meteor falling from the sky. Defense Secretary James Norman Mattis resigned over the President decision to pull U.S. troops out of Syria. With that decision, the Trump imperiled the lives of the Kurds, the Syrian people under U.S. protection in Tanf, and any
Falafel read in an AP story that Ambassador Fernando Arias, director-general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, was mulling over sending his inspectors to Aleppo to investigate the latest Chemical Assad attack, he figured there was a story to be told here. Using his iPhone, Falafel interviews OPCW
Of all the people Falafel liked interviewing, his least favorite was always Jimmy Carter. This is why he did the former President a big favor by leaving him alone. However, after Jimmy Carter wrote his ugly Op-Ed calling for Assad to remain in power, Falafel felt an urgent need to
Falafel interviews Tulsi Gabbard, a Congresswoman from Hawaii, who has turned many heads when she stood by Chemical Assad in Syria in spite of overwhelming evidence for his use of biological weapons to kill innocent women and children. Assad used chemical weapons some 200 times during the last seven years.
As luck would have it, Falafel was one kilometer away in the Ahvaz region where four gunmen killed a dozen or so IRGC commanders and soldiers who were in a parade celebrating the anniversary of the Iraq War of 1980-1988. Falafel interviews Ahvaz IRGC Commander. Rushing to the scene with half
In a rare occasion to highlight Chemical Assad confidence in his own defense systems, the regime granted Falafel the permission to showcase the regime prowess. Falafel interviews Assad air defenses operator as Israel struck Iranian weapon depots at Damascus International Airport. Rustum, or Abu Sharia, squatted next to a rusty hunk