African (Black) Men (Mostly) With Guns

Ahjamu Umi The video was circulating endlessly this past weekend. Seemingly dozens of primarily African men (with a sprinkling of women) carrying semi-automatic weapons, marching, and chanting, in formation. Apparently, headed for the Ku Klux Klan headquarters in rural Georgia, U.S. It wasn’t clear what happened once or if they reached their destination, but its…

Operation Cyclone and Timber Sycamore: America’s Bounties for Killing Russian Troops

Gavin O’Reilly Following last Friday’s allegations by the New York Times that Russian intelligence officers had offered financial incentives to Taliban insurgents who had targeted US and coalition forces in Afghanistan, the ensuing outrage by the mainstream media went as predictably as expected. Despite the allegations being denied by Russia, US intelligence officials and even…

Statement of the Libyan People’s National Movement on the Current Situation

Statement of the Libyan People’s National Movement The Libyan National People’s Movement and the masses of the Libyan people followed the speech of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, during this day, 20.06.2020, in Sidi Barani, at a time when direct and foreign military intervention in Libya is intensifying, exporting…

Rising Threat of Disintegration of Yemen and the Role of the Islah Party

Abdul Rahman On May 22, the 30th anniversary of the unity between North and South Yemen was celebrated by some groups. The Abdrabbuh Masur Hadi-led faction of the General People’s Congress (GPC) and Islah were leading them. However, the celebration of the Unity Day by these political groups was ironic considering that major parts of…

Libya: A Political Solution Remains Elusive

Army Remains Committed to Liberating the Country from Turkish Forces, Foreign Mercenaries Hardly a day passes without the issuance of regional and international statements, positions and recommendations calling for a political solution in Libya, but the conflict continues and the war is still raging around the capital, Tripoli, and the national army continues its field…

Turkish Ambitions in Libya Extend to the Sahel and Sahara Countries

In recent months, Ankara has put its full weight behind the financial and military support of the Fayez al-Sarraj government. In light of the unanimity that the Turkish goal is to protect the project of political Islam in Libya and throughout North Africa, its second dream transcends Libya and goes further in considering expansion throughout…

The Fall of Al-Watiyah Base Establishes Permanent Turkish Presence in Western Libya

The Turkish regime controls the Tunisian-Algerian-Libyan border triangle The fall of the Al-Watiyah military base to the Muslim Brotherhood and mercenaries establishes a permanent Turkish military presence in Libya, considering that all speculation is directed towards Turkey after its control of the remaining bases in the Western region (Mitiga and Misrata) in addition to the…

Turkish Intervention in Libya and International Silence

Turkey has officially, publicly intervened militarily in Libya through air, sea, and ground forces (officers, soldiers and mercenaries numbering over ten thousand, according to the latest statistics announced). Uqba ibn Nafi` Air Force Base in the Al-Watiyah region near the Libyan western border was one of five American training bases closed after the Al-Fateh Revolution…

The Ever War on Terror: What on Earth is the U.S. Doing Bombing Somalia?

Danny Sjursen In a move that will surely worsen Somalia’s slow-boiling coronavirus crisis, the Trump Administration has quietly ramped up a bombing and covert raiding campaign, a major escalation of a war Congress hasn’t declared and the media rarely reports. The Trump administration has quietly ramped up a vicious bombing—and covert raiding—campaign in Somalia amid…