During a weekend meeting with Angela Merkel at the German government’s Meseburg castle outside Berlin, Russia’s Putin spoke about the Syrian refugees in neighboring countries. Putin threatens flooding Europe with more Syrian refugees by brutalizing the province of Idlib, the last bastion of Syrian rebels, if Europe does not fund the
If one reflects upon Western apathy when the Assad regime systematically decimated all secular and moderate Muslims over the last seven years of a devastating Syrian war, one can make a simple and logical deduction: The terror industry serves important economic and political goals. One one hand, American politicians scream:
For those who are not familiar with Syrian demographics might be surprised to know that most of the Syrian Muslim communities (About 72% of the population) were quite tolerant; they embraced co-existence, and even had a deep secular streak because of French colonization. Today, while the war still rages, evil
Russian air defense assets in Syria have downed 45 drones targeting their main base in the country, its military said Thursday, after an attack by the Islamic State group on a Syrian army base a day earlier killed seven troops. There is a new resistance war in Syria against Assad
The leader of Lebanon’s Iran-backed Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, said on Tuesday his group was stronger than ever and would “very soon” celebrate victory in Syria, where it has been killing Islamists and civilians alike. A sign that Iranian backed elements distressed by the new American sanctions are beginning to appear.
While experts believe Syria’s civil war is reaching its denouement, on the horizon appear the dark clouds of a direct looming regional war centuries in the making. Syria may be its most important battlefield. The fight for the Syrian province of Idlib is dangerously capable of igniting this 14 centuries