Turkey’s ill-advised war in Syria’s Afrin enclave has further exposed how the Islamist regime of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his nationalist partners are mobilizing China’s Muslims, especially the Uyghurs, for their proxy battles to advance political and religious goals.
One of the best experts on the region, the Turkish journalist Fehim Taştekin gave me for Slate.fr a long interview on the Kurdish issue while Ankara has been launching an operation on Afrin in Syria.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: Syrian Islamic Liberation Front (SILF) by vast advances in northwest of Syria drive out Tahrir al Sham from western suburbs of Aleppo.
In early days of Saudi Alliance attack to Yemen, brigadier general Ahmad al Asiri (the alliance spokesperson), declares that Yemeni missile bases and arsenals are destroyed by their fighter but …
“Afrin Kurds’ negotiation with Syrian Army!”
What you should know about recent Turkey’s military activities in Afrin and south of Aleppo; hidden trade-offs, future of north of Syria
In the last few days with accelerating the events in northwestern Syria, there is a high risk of engagement and changes the power balance.
Yesterday, rallies in different cities in Iran protesting high prices and unemployment situation for the second day happens and has a widespread feedback in media all over the world. International reactions to these rallies from the White House to different media which is noteworthy.
Maybe you ask how different Intifadas (Palestinian rebellion against Israel oppression) end in despite of Palestinians’ support and effort?
Undoubtedly the media’s account of Saad Hariri’s ‘forced’ resignation is not the whole story, but how true or untrue is it?
By Jeremy Salt
According to the BBC the deal “enabled many hundreds of IS [Daesh] fighters to escape…At the time, neither the US and British-led coalition, nor the SDF, which it backs, wanted to admit their part.”
During the past one month, the World’s eyes were tremendously directed to Iraqi Kurdistan and the outcome of the independence referendum, expecting either a successful secession or a new military conflict.