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World Cup: Qatar vs Decency

We’ve finally reached the moment supporters and migrant workers have been dying for. Say what you like about Qatar (or if you live there maybe don’t!), but attention now turns to the football. We can just enjoy the England victory over Iran and look forward to future games. Or can we? Should we? Qatar is … Continue reading

Does the US still want Syrian regime change?

The U.S. under the former President Obama has always wanted to impose Syrian regime change, insisting that the Syrian people should not be allowed to vote for Bashar al-Assad in any elections for Syria’s presidency. Obama’s position on Syria is incredibly hypocritical and puzzling. Russia, Iran and Turkey – countries involved in recent peace talks … Continue reading

Desperate terrorists use chemical weapons in Iraq and Syria

Iraqi troops edged further into Mosul on Friday as the United Nations revealed shocking new atrocities by the so-called Islamic State (Isis) terrorists occupying the city. Elite Counterterrorism Forces entered the Qadisiya district, advancing slowly to minimise civilian casualties and avoid being surprised by suicide car bombers, said Brigadier General Haider Fadhil. Regular army troops … Continue reading

Orlando and Jo Cox: a time for reflection

In the wake of the massacre of 49 revellers in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida by a man claiming allegiance to the Daesh Islamic Caliphate and the assassination of Jo Cox by a disturbed man allegedly linked to an American neo-nazi group, we need to sit back and evaluate what’s really going on. Jo … Continue reading

We stand with Florida victims against hatred

On Saturday night in Florida a gunman opened fire in a gay nightclub and killed 50 people, with a further 53 injured. Police killed the gunman, Omar Mateen, 29, a New York-born Florida resident and US citizen of Afghan descent. He had been questioned twice by FBI agents in recent years, according to the authorities. … Continue reading

Isis death cult driven from historic Palmyra

  The Syrian Army together with the Desert Falcons and Russian air-power has driven Islamic State (Isis) occupation troops from Palmyra. It’s the biggest defeat on the death cult since the terrorists were removed from the Kurdish town of Kobane. Palmyra’s liberation, at the culmination of a three-week advance, was spearheaded by the Syrian army … Continue reading

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