The Syrian Conflict and International Terrorism

The Syrian crisis has been going on since March 2011 and has resulted in tens of thousands dead, including civilians,…

Borders Are Going to Be Redrawn in the Middle East

In triggering the civil war in Syria by openly interfering in its internal affairs on the side of the opposition,…

Syria: The Last Line of Defense

The war in Syria entered a decisive phase after the Arab League summit held in Doha in March, at which…

Foreign Intervention in the Syrian Conflict

The increased foreign intervention in Syria’s internal conflict suggests that the anti-Assad coalition is preparing for the end of the…

The Role of Political Islam

Arab scholarly circles have become much more interested in the future of political Islam and the role it plays in…

About the “Chemical” Attack in Syria

With US President Barack Obama’s visit to the region in the background, the Syrian opposition using an accusation that Damascus…

Chemical Attack in Syria

These are the facts. A chemical weapon was used the morning of March 19 near the town of Khan al-Asal…

The Syrian Crisis Reaches beyond the Country

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Syria’s civil war, which has turned its cities into ruins and taken the lives of more than 70,000 people, is…

The Arab Spring: Power Comes from the Barrel of a Gun

Before we continue our conversation about the links between Islamist extremists and Western government agencies, let us briefly review a…

My Enemy, My Brother

The world is woven of contradictions. That is particularly evident in world politics. For example, the United States is periodically…

The “Islamic Quartet” and Syria

Mursi’s new regional aspirations At the Organization of Islamic Cooperation summit held in Mecca in mid-August, Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi…

Syria and the “real” French policy


To achieve its Middle East ambitions, Paris has apparently decided to take full advantage of its chairmanship of the UN Security Council. On July 30, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said that as soon as his country takes the presidency in the UN Security Council on August 1, it intends to call for an emergency ministerial Security Council meeting on the ongoing armed conflict in Syria in order to “try to stop the massacres and prepare a political transition.” It seems that pride of…

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