The Ethiopian Conflict and International Law

by Ann Garrison, published on Black Agenda Report, July 8, 2021 “The NATO nations, and especially the US are hostile to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the government of Ethiopia.” Ann Garrison: Francis Boyle, you’re an expert in international law, including subsets, international human rights law, and international humanitarian law. Could you explain what international humanitarian law is? Francis A. Boyle: There[…]

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What Is Wrong with the “Humanitarian Crossing” into Syria?

by Rick Sterling, published on Global Research, July 8, 2021 The U.S. is hellbent on keeping their crossing into Idlib open.   Tony Blinken warned the Russians a week ago week if they use their veto in the Security Council, the U.S. will end Biden’s initiative to open a dialog with them.  What a surprise. U.S. dialogue ends at the first[…]

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Protest the U.S. Bombing of Iraq and Syria

UNAC Statement For the second time in the short period since the Biden administration has taken office, the United States has bombed Syria. This time Biden also bombed Iraq. Both attacks are illegal and violations of international laws guaranteeing the sovereignty and autonomy of all countries. If anyone thought the election of Joe Biden would bring peace in the Middle[…]

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Western Powers Are Using Aid as a Cover to Keep a Terrorist-ruled Syrian Region Afloat

by Kevin Karp, published by  Global Research, June 17, 2021 With July 10 approaching, we can look at this as a pivotal event in the Syrian War.  Either the UN Security Council will allow the crossing/s and militants occupying parts of Syria will be reinforced or the crossings will not be allowed and Syrian Sovereignty over Syrian territories will be[…]

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Turkey Manufacturing Water Crisis to Pressure Damascus and Syria’s Kurds

by Paul Antinopoulos, published on InfoBRICS, May 20, 2021 This point is an important one.  Turkey and Israel have been stealing Syria’s water for decades.  Israel has redirected the substantial water resources of the Golan into Israel and Turkey uses upstream dams on the Euphrates to limit water going into Syria and Iraq.   Turkey is misbehaving at present due to[…]

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Statement from the International Delegation to the 2021 Syrian Presidential Election

This independent delegation was assembled to witness the May 26, 2021 presidential election in Syria and to investigate on-the-ground conditions of Syrian life in the current period. Activists and journalists from Palestine, Syria, South Africa, France, Canada, and the United States joined this delegation on the invitation of the Syria Solidarity Movement and Arab Americans 4 Syria. This joint statement[…]

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International Delegation Visits Douma Day Before Syrian Elections

by Staff, published on Fightback News, May 26, 2021 Douma, Syria – On Tuesday, May 25, one day before the Syrian election, an international delegation, which includes a number of observers from the U.S., visited the war-torn cities of Douma and Jobar just outside Damascus. The observers viewed tunnel networks used by terrorists during the six-year occupation of the city[…]

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Eyewitness report: Syrians Celebrate Election Outcome

by Kobi Guillory, published on Fightback News, May 28, 2021 Damascus, Syria – On Wednesday, May 26, election day in Syria, crowds flocked to polling places to cast their votes. A delegation of observers from the U.S., South Africa, France and Palestine visited polling locations east of Damascus in the war-torn Ghouta region to witness the voting and celebrations taking[…]

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