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  • End of US Support for Syrian Rebels Sounds Death Knell for Attempt to Roll Back Iran & Russia in Syria - By Joshua Landis
    Thursday, July 20, 2017
    • Ghufran (Jul 23rd, 12:05): Nusra is out of Flaytah then it took full control of idleb city, next will be an attack on idleb.
    • ALAN (Jul 23rd, 08:51): 'We’re bad day away from Russians asking, ‘Why are you still in Syria?’ – top US commander A US special operatio...
    • ALAN (Jul 21st, 07:41): While the new Trump decision is most certainly a welcome development, the Pentagon program of arming, training, and fund...
    • Eugene (Jul 21st, 00:20): As the military equipment pours into the northern part of Syria, will the Kurd's be left out in the cold again? Oh when ...
    • Ghufran (Jul 20th, 23:36): Western support for rebels has nothing to do with freedom and democracy. The west saw an opportunity to stick it to Iran...

  • Resolving Article 140: Settling the Issue of Iraq's Disputed Territories Ahead of an Independence Referendum for Kurdistan
    Thursday, July 13, 2017
    • ALAN (Jul 15th, 06:32): a violent downward spiral? any potential torsion field now with kurdish issue?...... America is in its way providing an ...
    • ALAN (Jul 14th, 13:04): A look, from outside of Mr. Matthew"s focus Quote from the Voltaire Network: Washington and Moscow would allow Turks to...

  • Rollback? Trump’s Iran claims not just flawed but dangerous - by Steven Simon
    Wednesday, July 05, 2017
    • Bill Tucker (Jul 8th, 06:15): It's hard for me to imagine Pres Trump actually formulating any substantial, personal view about the Middle East. If ...
    • ALAN (Jul 6th, 19:06): Trump policy in Syria is the real threat in the ME
    • Jasmine (Jul 6th, 16:35): Trump should be worry and make calculating move in the north of Syria,Iran is not the threat now,turkey is: http://ww...
    • Eugene (Jul 5th, 22:14): History tells the tale after WW 2. Korea, Vietnam, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen. A superpower that on...

  • Assad cracks down on loyalist militias in Aleppo
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
    • Ghufran (Jul 2nd, 06:13): Syria's Central Bank issued a new 2000 Lira with Bashar's picture on it !! I told you it is a kingdom not a republic. S...
    • Eugene (Jun 23rd, 14:51): Going to be a tall order to clean up the mess, regardless of who agrees with whom. As far as more people living there to...

  • Farewell to Ibrahim “Abe” Soliman: A Syrian-American Who Worked for Peace between Syria and Israel - By Geoffrey Aronson
    Monday, June 12, 2017
    • Akbar Palace (Jun 24th, 23:18): I think Syrians should worry about making peace with their muslim brothers first. Then they can worry about relations w...
    • Yoav (Jun 19th, 06:51): Most Israelis want peace with Syria as well, As long as the Golan heights stay in Israeli hands. To say that most sy...
    • ALAN (Jun 16th, 07:45): /Most Syrians want peace with Israel/ On the other hand, think that, the majority of Syrians, believe in the demise of ...
    • Ghufran (Jun 15th, 20:26): Most Syrians want peace with Israel but that is not on the table now. Israel sees no reason to give concessions and that...

  • Nationalism Between Europe and The Middle East - By Sam Farah
    Friday, June 09, 2017
    • Jordi (Jun 12th, 02:56): Dear Sam, You only call nationalism in a negative way, as the movement and ideology from a centralized State that aims ...
    • Y. Ben-David (Jun 12th, 01:01): I don't accept that it was "nationalism" that caused the two world wars. Hitler was certainly NOT a German nationalist ...
    • Jasmine (Jun 10th, 15:45): Globalism has always existed as a theory because of basic human need of exchanging goods and commerce,but the speed of ...
    • Sam Farah (Jun 10th, 14:12): Please excuse the misspelling of border in the above response
    • Sam Farah (Jun 10th, 11:34): Dear Roland. I am not a globalist in the slightest. As you can see in my last paragraph I do advocate the distributio...

  • The SSNP's Military: The Eagles of the Whirlwind & Their Emblem - By Jesse McDonald
    Sunday, June 04, 2017
    • Bernard (Jun 8th, 09:43): This symbole is everywhere, in mongolia, it's the force of empire, it's hitler who have copied ...
    • ALAN (Jun 7th, 18:37): You can Boldly close a meaningless blog. In fact, blog turns into a corpse.
    • Eugene (Jun 4th, 14:40): Interesting story, especially about the symbols. I'm sure some will take issue and add their own versions, but denying h...

  • The End of the PKK in Sinjar? How the Hashd al-Sha’bi Can Help Resolve the Yazidi Genocide
    Tuesday, May 30, 2017
    • Bonnie (May 31st, 08:21): At last some clarity on vexed events. About time. This article proves Western journalists are treating readers like mush...
    • Jan Veenstra (May 31st, 04:09): I just want to say thanks to Matthew for keeping us informed about Sinjar both here and on twitter. Thanks so much, with...
    • Eugene (May 30th, 21:41): How any government can claim the hi-road in any of this, is beyond belief. The above post is educational for anyone not ...

  • China, the U.S, and the Future of the Middle East - By Sam Farah
    Monday, May 01, 2017
    • Hanibal mahdi (May 26th, 13:59): Ghufran: what you have uttered is the definition of sectarianism. How can you paint a whole country and whole religion a...
    • Ghufran (May 25th, 09:05): So, how a potential movement for freedom and democracy became a fascist campaign led by militants and terrorist sympzthi...
    • ALAN (May 7th, 04:20): "De-Escalation zones" is a RUSSIAN term. And the tactics from beginning to the end Are a RUSSIANS, approved by the Syria...
    • Ali Alwahsh (May 6th, 18:16): "De-Escalation zones" is another masterpiece played by the mastermind of Syrian government. Now it's obvious why the Syr...
    • SimoHurtta (May 3rd, 05:32): Well the big question is does USA need or want a stable and peaceful Middle East. Europe, China and Russia certainly wan...

  • Reconciliations: The Case of al-Sanamayn in North Deraa
    Thursday, April 27, 2017
    • Veronica Newman (Apr 30th, 10:41): I was so sad to read this article. How can ordinary women and children have a life of peace and stability when patriarch...