Argentinians Commemorate the 44th Anniversary of the Night of the Pencils

Peoples Dispatch Out of the ten students abducted by the national security forces on September 16, 1976, only four survivedand the whereabouts of the other six are still not known. Photo: Izquierda Web The night of September 16, 1976, was one of the bloodiest night of the last civic-military dictatorship in Argentina, when a group…

Tripoli, Libya: The People Caught Between Warring Militias

The people of Tripoli are caught in the struggle between the militias of Al Saraj and the militias belonging to the Minister of Interior. President Fayez al-Sarraj is the son of an ancient Tripoli family that descend from Turkish roots, according to the memoirs of his father, Mustafa al-Sarraj, one of the politicians who were…

The Libyan Air Force Moves the Military Front to Misrata

Air strikes targeted the strongholds of militias and mercenaries loyal to the Sarraj government in the city of Misrata The Libyan National Army continues to confront the violations of the Government of Accord forces aimed at controlling strategic cities in the region, with intensification of mobilization and preparedness operations, marking  the continuation of the battles…

Former Pentagon Official Admits Turkey Utilizes ISIS to Fight in Libya

Former Pentagon official Michael Rubin revealed growing evidence confirming Erdogan’s utilization of ISIS and Al-Qaeda fighters to support Fayez al-Sarraj’s beleaguered Government of National Accord, which is allied with extremist groups connected to the Muslim Brotherhood. (Libya, 11 August 2020) – In an article published in the Washington Examiner, Rubin said that documents indicate that…

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…