Monthly Archives: June 2012

Syrian conflict sliding towards global catastrophe

By Ameen Izzadeen Syria is not a friend of Israel. Officially, the two countries are at war with a 1973 ceasefire contributing to the absence of conflict. While the ceasefire was on, Israel in 1981, in a blatant violation of … Continue reading

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Deep-state game: New pharaoh crushing revolution in Egypt

By Ameen Izzadeen The Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate Mohamed Mursi, who has claimed victory in Sunday’s presidential runoff, may not be a Moses, but it seems Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi is the pharaoh-incarnate. The February revolution that ended the 30-year dictatorship … Continue reading

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Iraq-Iran alliance upsets US agendas

By Ameen Izzadeen More than 60 people died in a series of bomb blasts across Iraq on Wednesday. The endless violence indicates that Iraq’s problems are far from over though the United States withdrew its troops – at least on … Continue reading

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Egypt: The return of the pharaoh with the US support

By Ameen Izzadeen In its more than 5,000-year history, Egypt last month had what the Western media called its first free-and fair election to pick a head of state. The election ended inconclusively requiring a run-off which will be held … Continue reading

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