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The Blood of the Saints, Pure Evil, and Zionist Preferences

Ruins left by terrorists at the Greek Catholic Church of Our Lady in the Syrian town of Yabroud in March of 2014 ISIS Sends Parents Rape Video Plus Body Parts of Their Kidnapped Daughters “In Syria, if the choice is between Iran and the Islamic State, I choose the Islamic State.” –Israeli Defense Minister Moshe […]

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The Responsibility for This Boy’s Death Rests Entirely with the US and Its Allies

All Americans need to take a good close look at the photo above. This is the result of the Obama administration’s attempts to overthrow the government in Syria. It probably was not the intended result, per se, but it is the result nonetheless. When you finance an army of crazed murderers and send them into […]

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Israelis By Chance ‘Discover’ Gold Coins and Other Archaeological Treasures

By Richard Edmondson It seems that Israelis are rather remarkably blessed with good fortune these days. Within a month of each other, two amazing archaeological discoveries have been uncovered in the Jewish state–not by means of an archaeological dig or excavation, but simply happened upon by chance, we are told. Back in February, approximately 2,000 […]

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Have Pillaged Iraqi Artifacts Ended Up in Israel?

By Richard Edmondson With ISIS carrying out rampages through archaeologically sensitive areas of Iraq, a pertinent question to ask now is what group’s cultural heritage in the Middle East is being preserved, and whose is being destroyed. Over the past couple of weeks shocking reports have surfaced concerning mass destruction of Iraq’s cultural heritage at […]

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Pouring Gasoline on the Fire

By Richard Edmondson The US and Turkey have come to an agreement under which US military personnel will begin training so-called moderate rebels to fight in Syria. The announcement was made Tuesday. This is not just a foolish move; it is the equivalent of pouring gasoline on a fire. There are no moderate rebels. The […]

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Half Moon Over Damascus

Terrorism and beauty, truth and light, in 79 lines of poetic verse…   Take me off to the half-moon over Damascus, where half-lives are split Into billions of crystals of cognizance. What is a terrorist? A death fighter. That’s as opposed to a freedom fighter. So many damn lives. So many festivals to the dead. […]

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Official Communique Released on Damascus Terrorism Conference

By Richard Edmondson The right of nations to file lawsuits against parties–including other nations–supporting terrorism, and the setting up of an international court to hear such suits, are among the recommendations of an international conference held recently in Damascus. The International Conference Combating on Terrorism and Religious Extremism, sponsored by the Syrian Ministry of Justice, […]

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‘They Have Buthchered Children’

By Richard Edmondson “The truth is that ISIS was created in Iraq in 2006. It was the United States which occupied Iraq, not Syria. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was in American prisons, not in Syrian prisons. So, who created ISIS, Syria or the United States?” —Bashar Assad The above quote can be found in an interview […]

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A Hard Won Victory for 68 Palestinian Families in Lebanon

By Franklin Lamb Masnaa border crossing (Syria/Lebanon) Predictions about the likely course of events in this region, including occasional ones by this observer, have a way of not panning out as expected. But one prediction I offered recently to Palestinian friends in Syria—namely that Lebanon’s “media” would fail to inform the world about an important […]

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