Israeli general sees possible threat from Iraq as Iran’s clout grows

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Iran could use its growing clout in Iraq to turn it into a springboard for attacks against Israel, the chief of Israeli military intelligence said on Monday, reports Reuters. Israel sees the spread of Tehran’s influence in the region as a … Read More

Iraq denies attempts to restore PKK-Syria relations

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Barham Salih (R), then a senior PUK politician who has held multiple top positions including prime minister of the Kurdish region shows his ink-stained finger after voting in the Kurdistan’s legislative election at a polling station on September 21, 2013 … Read More

MbS: The New Saddam Of Arabia?

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As Mohammad bin Salman (MbS) has terrorized his opponents at home and abroad, fear has spread within the Saudi kingdom. Has he become the new Saddam of Arabia? As Iraq’s Saddam Hussein did in the 1980s, MbS is cementing his … Read More

Assad’s Suffering Syria Seeks Reconciliation with the Arab World

While many Arab leaders would have loved to oust Assad and hand Iran a major strategic setback, many are now of the mindset that the Syrian dictator isn’t going anywhere. For the Syrian people, the last eight years have been … Read More

Iran should be top of UN Security Council’s agenda

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Iran’s state-owned Persian news outlets have put significant emphasis on the recent announcement by US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley that President Donald Trump is planning to chair a meeting on Iran in late September. The meeting to discuss the Islamic … Read More

Pro-ISIS outlets vow unleashing biological warfare on West

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FILE PHOTO © Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters Despite crushing defeats in Iraq and Syria, Islamic State’s propaganda outlets urged lone-wolf attackers to unleash biological warfare on the West, including dissemination of viruses from feces and droppings of rats. A propaganda … Read More

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