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Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem: Letting a genie out of the bottle

US President Donald J. Trump has let a genie out of the bottle with his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and intent to...

Israel’s days are numbered if Jerusalem is recognized as Capital

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (10:38 A.M)- The end of the state of Israel could be close as the United States moves to recognize Jerusalem as the...

US-backed forces wanted ISIS to conquer Deir Ezzor, so did opposition...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:35 P.M.) - In one day it will be three months since Syrian pro-government forces, led by the Syrian Arab Army and...

Syria and Yemen: A tale of two conflicts

Over the past six years, the world has looked on in horror as a modern-day humanitarian crisis has unfolded in Syria. Emotive images of young...

Labour Party betrays Palestine

The Labour Party in the United Kingdom has made a huge switch in its policy leaving many followers of the Jeremy Corbyn headed Party...

Gaza crisis reaches boiling point

BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:00 P.M.) - The ongoing humanitarian crisis in the besieged Gaza Strip is quickly coming to a boiling point. The Office of the...

What you didn’t know about Tehran’s terrorist attacks

There’s been much talk recently of the motives behind the terrorist attacks that targeted Iran’s parliament and the shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran,...

Frontier violence or self-defence? A response to the recent murder of...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:21 P.M.) - Two female Palestinian children were killed in deliberate acts of violence by Israeli colonists this week in the West...

Palestine goes on world’s largest hunger strike

The world’s largest collective hunger strike is taking place, yet it took an trending challenge on social media in order for it to receive...

VIDEO: Summary of the ‘After the War on Syria’ conference held...

Over 150 people attended the ‘After the War on Syria’ conference, over 18-19 April at the University of Sydney. Seventeen papers were presented and...