The Partitioning of Iraq

By Anton Veslov Recently news from Iraq has all but disappeared from the reports of world news agencies. As if on command, the largest Western media outlets have begun to strictly measure out coverage of events in this country. The multistage Iraqi scheme, which has required colossal expenses and huge casualties, is failing, and the…

Israel Welcomes Sunni | Shia Conflict

By Ali Haydar A report forecasting Israel’s strategic future looks positively at Sunni-Shia conflict in the Middle East though it fears instability along Israeli borders. Israeli Major General Amos Yadlin concludes the “Strategic Survey for Israel 2013-2014” by stating: “In 2013, Israel’s national security balance sheet was largely positive. In contrast, in the second half…

Israel’s Secret Nuclear Arsenal

Israel’s nuclear reactor at Dimona Deep beneath desert sands, an embattled Middle Eastern state has built a covert nuclear bomb, using technology and materials provided by friendly powers or stolen by a clandestine network of agents. It is the stuff of pulp thrillers and the sort of narrative often used to characterise the worst fears…

Ariel Sharon, Genocidaire

Mass Murderers Pay Tribute To A Genocidaire The United Nations General Assembly condemned the 1982 Massacre at Sabra and Shatilla as “genocide.” So what the world is witnessing now are innumerable government leaders, politicians, pundits, professors, intellectuals, media figures and the State of Israel pay formal tribute to a genocidaire–one who has committed genocide. Obviously,…