Nov 30 09:58

US knows ally Saudi Arabia is the source of terrorism : Disaster Capitalism author

When disaster strikes, people set aside their differences and band together, in order to overcome adversity. But for others, catastrophes mean big business and even bigger profits.

Nov 30 08:38


Released a day before Thanksgiving, the U.S. Department of State disclosed its annual list of gifts from foreign governments to federal employees. Although the State Department publicly condemned Saudi Arabia for numerous human rights violations, the Saudi king gave President Obama and his family roughly $1.35 million in gifts last year. According to the Office of the Federal Register, many world leaders offered the president and multiple other federal employees lavish gifts throughout 2014. While British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Obama a photograph and facsimile telegram from Winston Churchill estimated at $440, Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud offered First Lady Michelle Obama $1.13 million in jewelry sets. As Prince William pompously gave the president a signed photographic portrait of Prince William valued at $888, the Saudi King sent $80,000 jewelry sets to Obama’s daughters.

Nov 29 21:23

Iranian Supreme Leader Sends Crucial Message to World Audience on Terrorism

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei released an important message to the world youth on global terrorism, including the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
Here is the full text of the letter:
In the Name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful

To the Youth in Western Countries,
Today, there are very few people who are uninformed about the role of the United States of America in creating, nurturing and arming al-Qaeda, the Taliban and their inauspicious successors. Besides this direct support, the overt and well-known supporters of takfiri terrorism- despite having the most backward political systems- are standing arrayed as allies of the west while the most pioneering, brightest and most dynamic democrats in the region are suppressed mercilessly.
The other side of these contradictory policies is seen in supporting the state terrorism of Israel.

Nov 29 14:57

FLASHBACK- REPOST:France and Israël launch a new war in Iraq and Syria

Looks like somebody is planning to carve the Turkey and stuff it with a little bit of Syria and some Iraqi Pie for dessert and make a Kurdistan out of it!

- The third Syrian war (since the 20th November 2015) was initiated by certain members of the the same group, this time with the aim of creating a new state to the North of Syria and Iraq, in order to apply a stranglehold on the Arab states who are resisting Israël [6].

Having realised that it will no longer be possible for them to act against Syria, the organisers of the war agreed to reboot and continue the programme which had already led to the creation of South Sudan in 2012. This project corresponds to the plan by Alain Juppé (March 2011) and that developed by Robin Wright (September 2013), which anticipated that after having supported Daesh in order to create a « Sunnistan », it would be neccessary to create a « Kurdistan » [7].

Nov 29 12:16

More Civilians Killed by Saudi Airstrikes in Yemen's Sa'ada

The Saudi fighter jets bombarded the residential areas in Bani Moin region of Sa'ada, and took more civilian lives. Many people's houses were also destroyed in the Saudi airstrikes. The Saudi warplanes bombed an area in the province of Ta'iz on Sunday, killing at least 8 women. Reports also said four people, including 2 girl children, were killed in Saudi airstrikes on al-Jarda' in the capital, Sana'a. On Saturday, Saudi warplanes bombed the province of Ta'iz, leaving at least 12 civilians dead and 13 others injured. Saudi military aircraft also pounded other districts in the same province as well as the capital, Sana'a, though there were no immediate reports of casualties. On Friday, a woman was killed and several others were injured when Saudi warplanes pounded the Maqbanah district of Ta'iz Province. Saudi aircraft also dropped cluster bombs on Ash Sharijah district in the Yemeni Province of al-Bayda, but no reports of casualties were immediately available.

Nov 29 12:14

Yemeni Forces Seize Several Strategic Military Bases in Saudi Arabia

The Yemeni forces continued their advances in the province of Jizan, and took control of Malhama, al-Radif and al-Mamoud military bases, FNA dispatches and local residents said this afternoon. The army and popular forces also captured al-Rabou'a military base in Asir province and Nahouqa military base in Najran province. On Wednesday, the Yemeni forces pounded military bases in Jizan and Najran provinces with heavy artillery fire. The artillery units of the Yemeni army and Ansarullah forces hit Al-Fariza military base in Jizan, and Alib and al-Ash military bases in Najran province. The Yemeni missiles also hit the military hardware of Saudi forces in al-Rabou'a military zone. Also, the Yemeni forces seized control of yet another strategic military base in Saudi Arabia's Najran last Sunday, one day after they captured al-Shabaka military base in Al-Sharafa region in Najran province.

Nov 29 09:59

Who is Right in Syria? - An Analysis by Lawrence Davidson

In all of the bloodshed, population displacement and terror that has accompanied the Syrian civil war, the least-considered party has been the Syrian people and their future. Right now that vital ingredient can only be supplied by the reimposition of order by Damascus. The folks in Washington, Paris and Ankara might not like that, but they are not the ones facing a future of anarchy. And indeed, the more they stand in the way of Damascus, the more chaos they will help create.

Nov 29 09:59

Saudi Arabia Imposing Own Plans of New Government on Syria

There are both government and opposition representatives on the list of figures for the new Syrian government proposed by Saudi Arabia, according to Randa Kassis, leader of the Movement for a Pluralistic Society.

Nov 28 14:44

After Paris and Beirut, It’s Time to Rein in Saudi Arabia

After the carnage in Paris, Western governments turned immediately to debating the usual tactics for “bringing the terrorists to justice.” Should we employ drone strikes, they wonder? Boots on the ground? Police?

Nov 28 09:32

After Paris and Beirut, It’s Time to Rein in Saudi Arabia

After the carnage in Paris, Western governments turned immediately to debating the usual tactics for “bringing the terrorists to justice.” Should we employ drone strikes, they wonder? Boots on the ground? Police?

Nov 28 09:27

UK could be prosecuted for war crimes over missiles sold to Saudi Arabia that were used to kill civilians in Yemen

Britain is at risk of being prosecuted for war crimes because of growing evidence that missiles sold to Saudi Arabia have been used against civilian targets in Yemen’s brutal civil war, Foreign Office lawyers and diplomats have warned.

Advisers to Philip Hammond, the Foreign Secretary, have stepped up legal warnings that the sale of specialist missiles to the Saudis, deployed throughout nine months of almost daily bombing raids in west Yemen against Houthi rebels, may breach international humanitarian law.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My question is, if the UK is successfully convicted of war crimes, who, please, goes to jail?!?

Because unless, and until the politicians who have decided enabling Saudi Arabia's military in hitting civilian targets in Yemen is "a good thing" are cooling their collective heels in the slammer, such a prosecution is merely sound and fury, signifying...nothing.

Nov 28 06:26

Saudi Arabia Goes Scientology

Nov 28 05:42

An Invisible US Hand Leading to War? Turkey’s Downing of a Russian Jet was an Act of Madness

It is all terribly dangerous and it is hard to predict where things will lead.

This outrageous shootdown of a Russian plane that was in no way posing a threat to Turkey or Turkish forces, will not end here, because Russia and President Putin cannot allow Turkey and NATO to so blatantly act against Russia and its pilots and go unpunished, particularly as it is Russia that is acting legally in Syria, while the US, Turkey and other nations backing rebel forces there are in all acting blatant violation of international law.

Unless saner heads start prevailing in Washington, this could all quickly spiral into the kind of situation in 1914, where a lot of ill-conceived treaties led to a minor incident in the Balkans turning inexorably into World War I.

Nov 28 00:54

Decoding the Paris Attacks: ISIS Blowback or French-Israeli False Flag?

The truth is that President Hollande is a cynical charlatan who is conning his own population with audacious lies, and is, like his criminal counterparts in Brussels, London, Ottawa, Sydney and Washington, using staged terror to expedite the Zionist-Globalist agenda, of which he is a loyal servant.

Nov 27 19:51

From the Airliner to the Bomber

by Israel Shamir

"Erdogan plans to pull Turkey to the brink of war with Russia. Erdogan has given orders to shoot down Russian planes operating in Syria while claiming they have intruded into Turkish air space.”

Nov 27 15:46

Shunned by US, Turkey looks for alternative oil

Looks like Turkey found that new supply of oil! Something tells me that it just dried up!

Excluded from a US list of countries that will be exempted from the petrol embargo on Iran, Turkey is seeking to buy oil from Libya and Saudi Arabia. ‘We have to replace the supply,’ says Turkish Energy Minister Y?ld?z“.Turkey’s absence from the U.S.’s waiver list regarding the Iran issue doesn’t mean it will not be included,” Y?ld?z told reporters yesterday. “Those talks are carried out on the level of companies,” he added.

Stressing that Turkey’s security of supply was an important issue; the minister said they would not halt purchasing crude oil from Iran unless other suppliers were lined up.

Nov 27 07:43

Saudi Arabia Planning Mass Execution

Alarm at Reports That Saudi Arabia is Planning a Mass Execution

Two Saudi Arabian newspapers have reported that the kingdom is planning to execute more than 50 people convicted of terrorism, prompting alarm from human-rights group Amnesty International. The media outlet Okaz said that 55 people would be put to death for “terrorist crimes” that caused the deaths of 171 people, 100 of them civilians. A report on the Al-Riyadh website, now deleted, put the number sentenced at 52. Neither organization specified when the executions would take place.

Those scheduled for execution include alleged members of Al-Qaeda. According to Okaz (in Arabic) they are accused of plotting to topple the kingdom and attempting to carry out attacks using small arms and surface-to-air missiles.

Nov 26 10:07

Saudi Arabia To Sue Twitter User Who Called Poet's Death Sentence 'ISIS-Like'

Saudi Arabia's justice ministry plans to sue a Twitter user who compared the death sentence handed down on Friday to a Palestinian poet to the punishments meted out by Islamic State, a major government-aligned newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Nov 25 20:33

Video: Interview with ISIL members captured by YPG

Interviews with ISIL members captured by the YPG (People’s Defense Units, the armed forces of the government of Rojava, the Syrian Kurdistan), that have been fighting ISIL since 2013. From a 2015 report in Israel’s Channel 1, edited by Binyamin Edelman.

Nov 25 20:27

Turkey Downs Russian Fighter to Draw NATO and US Deeper into Syrian Quagmire

The downing of the Russian Su-24 fighter fits perfectly with the way in which the Turkish government has been ratcheting up tensions on the border, using its jihadi allies to seize Syrian territory, and trying to incite a violent reaction that will force greater NATO or US involvement.

Nov 25 15:15

Drudge Sends the Biggest Secret Viral: “America Has Been Arming ISIS”

The biggest open secret in the world has just been tweeted by the world’s biggest news aggregator.

This bombshell tweet echoes numerous reports from the alternative media pointing out the sick truth behind the shocking resurgence of terrorism that ISIS is the creation of Western forces, and that the United States has in fact been arming and supporting their own worst enemy:


Nov 25 14:35

Yemeni Forces Destroy Another Saudi Warship

Yemen's army and popular forces targeted and destroyed a Saudi warship in the waters near Bab al-Mandab Strait, the sixth Saudi vessel sinking in waters offshore Yemen in the last one month. The Saudi warship was targeted with Yemeni missiles in the coastal waters in the province of Ta'iz today. The sunken ship had repeatedly fired rockets at residential areas in Ta'iz province, inflicting casualties and destruction there. This is the sixth time that a Saudi warship is sent deep into the waters of Bab al-Mandab Strait by the Yemeni forces.
The Yemeni army and popular forces have been pounding a range of military bases in two provinces in Southern Saudi Arabia with heavy artillery fire for the last several hours, reports said Wednesday evening.

Nov 25 08:56

Israeli Colonel Caught with IS Pants Down

This was definitely not supposed to happen. It seems that an Israeli military man with the rank of colonel was “caught with IS pants down.” By that I mean he was captured amid a gaggle of so-called IS–or Islamic State or ISIS or DAESH depending on your preference–terrorists, by soldiers of the Iraqi army. Under interrogation by the Iraqi intelligence he apparently said a lot regarding the role of Netanyahu’s IDF in supporting IS.

Nov 25 08:53

Did NATO Just Attack Russia, Or Was It Climate Change’s Fault?

I began this morning reporting on Britain’s next king saying climate change is partly responsible for Syria’s civil war, and his blaming the refugee crisis and civil war there on drought. In an exclusive interview with Sky News, Prince Charles waxes profoundly over the lost Copenhagen climate accord in 2009, and on far reaching strategies you probably never even dreamed of. Then the news came a Russian SU24 fighter/bomber had been shot down by Turkey, and the world turned over. As I type this Twitter, Facebook, and the digital media stream is inundated with a foreign policy horror story. All I can see is Vladimir Putin’s face as Jordan’s king spoke with him, and images of Mr. Obama’s “moderates” machine gunning a pilot before his parachute set down. I wonder if the bad climate will be the cause of World War III?

Nov 25 08:04

Palestinian poet sentenced to death by Saudi court

A Saudi court has sentenced to death the Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh, convicted of several blasphemy-related crimes.

Nov 25 07:45

Palestinian poet sentenced to death by Saudi court

Fayadh, described by The Guardian as a “leading member of Saudi Arabia’s nascent contemporary art scene,” was first arrested at a café in the southern city of Abha, where he resides, in August 2013.

Human Rights Watch, in its statement condemning the 17 November ruling, said that “religious police went to the café after a man reported that Fayadh had made obscene comments about God, the Prophet Muhammad, and the Saudi state. The man also alleged that Fayadh passed around a book he wrote that allegedly promoted atheism and unbelief.”

Nov 24 18:48

PARIS & the City of ‘ISIS’: Major Occult Symbolism, Hypnosis & the Massive Psy-Op Now Underway…

....any time we’re told over and over again that something “has changed the world forever”, we’re best served to be suspicious. In regard to terror attacks, the only other time this mass psychological conditioning has occurred was with 9/11, which probably did change the world forever and which we were repeatedly *told* would change the world forever. Other terror attacks have simply been treated as precisely that: as terror attacks – 7/7, Boston, and others weren’t sold to us as ‘world changing’ or historic, but just as terrorism.

The 13/11 Paris attack seemed pre-packaged from the start as something much more important. This is mass psychological programming we’re witnessing right now; and everyone should pay attention so they can observe how it works.

The mainstream media all over the Western world was on virtual 24-hour Paris coverage for days. In the UK, BBC News 24 reported on virtually nothing else. On Sunday, I watched even the UK’s Channel 4 news do a one-hour news special from Paris, forsaking all other world news. It didn’t show or report on anything new that hadn’t already been reported on the Saturday, but seemed to exist purely to amplify the mass hysteria and sense of historic, world-changing drama.

Nov 24 17:29

France and Israël launch a new war in Iraq and Syria

This is a good article with a lot to digest!

On one hand, the French government is mobilising all its media in order to keep its population focused on the attacks of the 13th November. On the other, with Israël, it is launching a new war in Iraq and Syria. The objective is no longer to overthrow the secular Syrian régime, nor to destroy its army, but to create a colonial state straddling the border between Iraq and Syria, to be managed by the Kurds, in order to apply a stranglehold on the Arab states. The dream of an Israeli nation between the Nile and the Euphrates is back.

Presidents Putin and Obama concluded an agreement to destroy the Erdo?an family’s tankers, thereby putting an end to the petrol trafficking. On the same day, and for the first time in eighteen months, the US Central Command bombed the tanker-trucks in Iraq, while the Russian army destroyed a massive number in Syria [3].

Nov 24 09:44

In France, a whiplash from rotten Syria policy

Considering the fact that “Armed moderates” are practically non-existent in Syria, France announced in 2012 that it was delivering “lethal weapons” to Syrian rebels. French Arms deals were also with Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar; states at the forefront of supporting Salafi networks.

Nov 24 08:15

Yemen Stands Alone - attacked by Saudi Arabia since March

Yemen has been under relentless airstrike attacks by Saudi Arabia since March 26. Over 7,000 people having been killed in Yemen since the start of the vicious war on the poorest Arab country. The military aggression is supposedly meant to undermine the Ansarullah movement and bring fugitive former Yemeni president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, back to power.

Nov 24 04:14

Hitting Saudi Arabia Where It Hurts

Though faced with a global terrorism crisis, Official Washington can’t get beyond its neocon-led “tough-guy-gal” rhetoric. But another option – financial sanctions on Saudi Arabia – might help finally shut down the covert supply of money and arms to Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.

Nov 24 03:51

Who Has Been Pushing Russia To Go “All In” Against Saudi Arabia and Qatar?

On November 19, 2015 Russia’s pro-Western radio station “Echo of Moscow” published an article on its website that was written by the former economic adviser to the Russian president on the economy Andrei Illarionov, who is now residing in the United States. The article was titled “The next step – a strike on Saudi Arabia?” and was packed with calls to launch air strikes against Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The author underlined the fact that after a series of terrorist attacks in Egypt and France, and the triumphant for Russia G-20 summit in Antalya, in the face of the paralysis of NATO’s forces, the time has come to execute the plans of launching massive strikes on military, infrastructure, energy facilities in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, that were allegedly “cherished for years”.

Nov 23 22:04

Manufacturing a phony “caliphate”

"This thing is largely smoke and mirrors: manufacturing a phony “caliphate” out of nothing but a misfit band of thugs collected from many disparate countries—all wearing matching black outfits and masks (so that you can’t identify ethnicity), driving identical shiny Toyota trucks by the hundreds, flying identical mass-produced flags and sporting slick logos—supplied by whom?"

"When has a genuine grassroots rebellion ever looked like this? These guys are well-funded by sophisticated backers. And those backers are no friends of the Muslim world.

Nov 23 10:39

US Ally Saudi Arabia Just Sentenced a Man to Death for Writing Poetry

Here’s something that won’t be reported widely in the American mainstream media. Interesting isn’t it?

How Obama claims that Syria’s Assad must step down for crimes against his people and humanity, but when American ally Saudi Arabia murders people for the same intolerance Obama keeps telling the American people we shouldn’t have against anyone for any reason, it’s just A-okay! When stories like this one surface, it becomes blatantly obvious once again that nothing we’re being told about why our government is in the Middle East (and Syria in particular) is true.

Nov 22 15:20

Oil Reliance Policy Dragging Saudi Arabia to Brink of Economic Collapse

The ill-conceived policy adopted by Saudi Arabia to lower oil prices and provide the country with a global monopoly has put the kingdom on the brink of a financial disaster, Viktor Mikhin, a Russian expert on the Middle East, wrote in his article.
The Saudi-led aggression has destroyed nearly two dozens archeological landmarks in Yemen since the beginning of Riyadh government's airstrikes on the Arab country, the General Organization of Antiquities and Museums announced on Saturday.

Nov 22 14:55

Yemeni Forces Take Control of Saudi Strategic Military Base in Najran Province

"The Yemeni forces seized three Abrams tanks from the Saudi army in Al-Shabaka military base," a commander of the popular forces Hadi al-Rotabi said on Saturday...

The Yemeni Forces pounded the pro-Hadi militias' positions in Ma'rib with a barrage of missiles after Yemen's former fugitive Prime Minister Khaled Bahah entered the province.

Nov 21 16:08

Letter to to Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson from a Greek Orthodox Priest

Dear rabid dog Dr. Ben Carson,

I hope this word will not offend you, doctor. If it does, I don’t care because you have offended each one of the 9 million Syrian refugees by calling them rabid dogs. You, along with every politician who caused Syria—the land of Saint Peter and Paul, the Apostles and the saints—to bleed to death, are evil rabid dogs.

Nov 21 13:58

In the Fight Against ISIS, Russia Ain’t Taking No Prisoners

The so-called Islamic State should have learned by now: they’ve picked a fight against the wrong guys. We have entered “take no prisoners” territory. For Russia, now all the gloves are off.

Nov 21 10:02


Nov 20 17:47

U.S. Senator to President al-Assad: War on Syria was an unlawful war of aggression

Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday received a letter from U.S. Senator for the State of Virginia Richard Black a letter in which he said “I was pleased by the Russians’ intervention against the armies invading Syria. With their support, the Syrian Army has made dramatic strides against the terrorists.

Nov 20 15:15

Saudi Arabia Has 100,000 Air-Conditioned Tents Sitting Empty, Still Won't Take Syrian Refugees

The tents, located roughly 2,150 miles from Syria in the city of Mina, are only used a few days a year to house pilgrims on their way to Mecca for the hajj, the news station TeleSUR reported.

The huge tents are also fireproof and equipped with kitchen and bathroom facilities.

Nov 20 12:01

Nobody’s Fool: Paris Attacks Were Planned in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia's systematic ambivalence towards ISIL’s malicious doctrine has simple explanation. They have the same root, desperate to fight Iranian Shia "fire". ISIL doesn’t follow “Caliph Ibrahim.” It follows the House of Saud. “Caliph Ibrahim” is an expendable vassal. One dominant strand to the Saudi-ISIL identity pertains directly to Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (the founder of Wahhabism). Under the Wahhabi-Takfiri doctrine, his followers (Saudi and ISIL) deem other followers of faith and Shia Muslims infidels as they honour the Prophets, the dead, saints and angels. Al-Wahhab says, “Those who would not conform to this view should be killed, their wives and daughters violated, and their possessions confiscated.” The deeply Wahhabist ISIL is doing exactly all this and more, all while upholding loyalty to the Saudi King's absolute power.

Nov 20 08:20

Saudi Arabia—-Bloody Bankroller Of Syrian Terror

In the wake of the latest terrorist outrage in Paris, the big question is not which specific group is responsible for the attack, but who’s responsible for the Islamic State and Al Qaeda in the first place. The answer that has grown increasingly clear in recent years is that it’s Western leaders who have used growing portions of the Muslim world as a playground for their military games and are now crying crocodile tears over the consequences.

Nov 20 08:18

US approves $1.29 bn sale of bombs to Saudi Arabia

The United States has approved a $1.29 billion deal to replenish the Saudi air force's arsenal, depleted by its controversial bombing campaign against rebels in Yemen.

Congress has 30 days to block the sale but is unlikely to do so, and shipment of the more than 19,000 smart bombs is urgent, with strikes continuing daily.

The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said Saudi Royal Air Force stocks are low "due to the high operational tempo in multiple counter-terrorism operations."

Nov 19 14:01


Mass murder, as that which just occurred in Paris, is always distressing, but that does not mean we should stop thinking.

Isn’t it rather remarkable that President Hollande, immediately after the event, declared ISIS responsible? How did he know that? And if he was aware of a serious threat from ISIS, why did he not take serious measures in advance?

Nov 19 11:48

USA Delivers 19,000 Bombs to Wahabist Saudis Supporting ISIS

The Islamist theocracy Saudi Arabia is getting heavy ammunition equaling billions of dollars from the United States. It remains to be seen whether this economic booster shot for the U.S. defense industry will lead to consequences in Syria. The Saudis are fighting covertly against the Russians.

Nov 19 10:43

Water Crisis in Yemen

TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 239 days of Saudi war on Yemen has deteriorated the humanitarian crisis and caused severe shortage of basic needs such as drinking water in the country, besides killing at least 6,938 civilians, including hundreds of women and children. An estimated 21 million people are still in need of immediate humanitarian assistance in Yemen. [PHOTOS]

Nov 19 05:18

J’accuse: Those Responsible for the Friday the 13th Attacks in Paris

The Islamic State is clearly not alone in having the blood of innocents on its hands. The trail of blood extends to Berlin, Riyadh, Doha, Ankara, as well as the White House and CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

Nov 18 20:21

Suspicions about the Russian Plane Crash

"Once again, politicians, intelligence agents and journalists have made up their minds that a bomb triggered the crash of a Russian Airbus A321, though evidence to support this theory is ephemeral."
- Christine Negroni, "Why the rush to judgment in the Metrojet disaster?"

[Carmi] Gillon suggested that today a terror organization could take over a jet plane and “achieve something like 9-11” without fielding any flesh and blood attackers.
- Carmi Gillon, former head of Israel’s Shin Bet security service, “The double-edged sword of cyber warfare,” Times of Israel, June 24, 2015

“Cyberspace enables the attack of another nation state in offensive action, even reaching victory without leaving any fingerprints, even if it is suspected. We are already there; we are not talking about some distant future. We have experienced this in Israel’s day-to-day actions against its enemies.”
- Israel Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, Ibid., Times of Israel, June 24, 2015

Nov 18 20:15

The Paris Attacks - À quoi bon?

There are basically two ways to view the terror attacks in Paris: they were, either, as French President François Hollande says, “an act of war… committed by a terrorist army, DAESH, a jihadist army,” – or they were something else.

Given the fact that the fraudulent “War on Terror” is an Israeli construct dating back to the 1970s, the first suspect would have to be Israeli intelligence.
Why would they do that?
To advance the Israeli strategy known as the “War on Terror” – and destroy Syria in the process.

How would they do it?

Nov 18 15:24

Abdel Bari Atwan: Inside How the U.S. & Saudi Arabia Aided Growth of the Islamic State

Two days after the Paris attacks, President Obama met Saudi Arabia’s King Salman for a bilateral meeting at the G20 summit in Turkey on Sunday.

Nov 18 14:41

Some popular fallacies about Islamism

Magdi Abdelhadi debunks some of the common misconceptions about Islam and Islamism, and spells out the essential steps that must be taken if the pernicious ideology that drives the likes of Al-Qaeda and Islamic State is to be defeated.

Nov 18 10:19

Two More Civilians Killed in Saudi Airstrikes on Yemen

Saudi fighter jets bombed a residential area in the Yemeni Province of Ta'iz on Wednesday, leaving at least two civilians dead.

Nov 18 09:42

Approaching Global Insanity

What's really at stake if the world gets conned again and gives in to USI, Israel & NATO, supposedly under the global silence of the UN ­ will be nothing less than the conscription of every NATO “nation” into an all out and probably nuclear war, which will more than likely end in a nuclear conflagration which this planet cannot survive.

That 'war' will directly INVOLVE the lives of every man woman and child,
that is living on this planet today.

Every nation must close their borders, rise up and send back all the undocumented, to wherever they came from ­ immediately.

If this is not done, together with OUTLAWING

every part of Political Correctness and Zero Tolerance,
in every country,then humanity and nature are equally doomed to die
a very ugly death and this will happen very soon, if the global public does not act!

Nov 17 12:42

20 Sudanese Forces Killed in Clashes with Yemeni Revolutionary Forces

"The Ta'iz province's revolutionary committees infiltrated in regions near al-Anad military base which has been occupied by the Saudi forces and clashed with the Sudanese forces deployed in the base for a short period of time," one of revolutionary committees' field commanders, Amjad Ali, told FNA on Tuesday. "20 Sudanese forces were killed in the clashes among whom one ranking officer was also seen," he added. Also on Thursday, the Yemeni army and popular forces' artillery fire killed and wounded tens of Saudi-led Sudanese military forces in Taiz, destroying 3 of their armored vehicles some days after the African country sent a new batch of forces to Yemen.

Nov 17 09:29

Saudi Air Raids Hit Yemeni Provinces

Saudi fighter jets launched fresh airstrikes on several areas across Yemen on Tuesday as civilian death toll exceeded 6,930.
Saudi warplanes bombed the international airport in the Yemeni city of Ta'iz. There have been no immediate reports on casualties and the extent of damage by the air attacks. Saudi air raids also hit the al-Omari camp North of the Bab al-Mandeb Strait and off Yemen’s coast as well as the al-Arqoub military camp, which lies East of the Yemeni capital, Sana'a. No words about casualties were available. The Saudi warplanes also struck the road linking Haydan district to Maran region in the province of Sa'ada, though, no casualties were reported...

Nov 17 09:27

Yemeni Forces Attack Military Base on Saudi Soil

The Yemeni army and popular forces fired a barrage of rockets at the main Saudi military base in the kingdom’s Southwestern border province of Jizan on Tuesday.
Over 200 Saudi, Pro-Hadi Forces Killed in Failed Attacks on Bab al-Mandeb. The Yemeni army and popular forces repelled repeated attacks by Saudi troops and pro-Hadi militias on Bab al-Mandeb Strait off Yemen's coast, and killed tens of enemy troops in heavy clashes over controlling the waterway which is of strategic importance.

Nov 17 09:24

Saudi Jets Slaughter Tens of Friendly Troops Again

Saudi warplanes hit the positions of the forces allied with the Saudi-led coalition in Southern Yemen, and killed a large number of militants loyal to fugitive former President Mansour Hadi on Tuesday, in what has come to be known as "routine" shooting and bombing of friendly troops by Saudi forces.
Heavy infighting has erupted among the coalition troops and the Saudi-backed militias and terrorists in Aden after fugitive president Mansour Hadi returned to the port city in Southern Yemen, independent sources revealed on Tuesday, adding that Hadi will most likely return to Saudi Arabia for fear of his life.

Nov 17 08:30

The Saudis Are Stumbling (And They May Take The Middle-East Down With Them)

Using its vast oil wealth, it’s quietly spread its ultra-conservative brand of Islam throughout the Muslim world, secretly undermined secular regimes in its region, and prudently kept to the shadows while others did the fighting and dying. It was Saudi money that fueled the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan, underwrote Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Iran, and bankrolled Islamic movements and terrorist groups from the Caucasus to the Hindu Kush.

It wasn’t a modest foreign policy, but it was a discreet one.

Today that circumspect diplomacy is in ruins, and the House of Saud looks more vulnerable than it has since the country was founded in 1926. Unraveling the reasons for the current train wreck is a study in how easily hubris, delusion, and old-fashioned ineptness can trump even bottomless wealth.

Nov 16 21:58

Paris Shooting: 10 Ways It Looks Like A Hallmark False Flag Op

The Paris shooting of November 2015 which just occurred on Friday 13th November bears many of the telltale signs of a false flag operation. Now more than 48 hours later, we have some clues that the New World Order manipulators are up to their old tricks again – which are getting very predictable by now. Here are 10 signs that the Paris shooting is yet another false flag attack designed to scare the common citizen (in France and everywhere), demonize Islam, provide “reason” for Governments at G20 and around the world to waste more money and take more liberty fighting terrorism, provide justification for the French Government to increase surveillance, and provide France and NATO with an excuse to escalate violence against Syria.

Paris Shooting False Flag Sign #1: Drills on Same Day........

Nov 16 20:25

Saudi empire headed for collapse

Nov 16 15:46

Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters kill dozens of Saudi forces

Dozens of Saudi troops have been killed in an ambush by Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters at the al-Omari camp north of the Bab al-Mandeb Strait off Yemen's coast.

Nov 16 10:13

Ansarullah: UN Draft Proposal on Yemen Crisis Flawed

Mohammed Abdulsalam said Monday that the UN proposal for a fresh round of negotiations between Yemeni groups only includes the mechanism of the talks and does not address the main crisis in the Arab country and the chief reasons behind it, press tv reported. Earlier this month, the United Nations special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed said that the talks between members of the Yemeni Ansarullah Houthi movement and the government of Yemen’s fugitive former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi would begin by mid-November. However, the negotiations have yet not been held. The UN special envoy added that he was working with a team to "reach an agreement on the date... and the subjects that will be discussed within the context of the UN Security Council Resolution 2216". Abdulsalam said that the draft proposal does not include political solutions to end the conflict in Yemen. It also does not include the issue of elections or the fight against ISIL Takfiri terrorists.

Nov 16 09:46

U.S. Approves Sale of Smart Bombs to Saudi Arabia: Sources

The Pentagon’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), which facilitates foreign arms sales, notified lawmakers on Friday that the sales had been approved, the sources said.

Nov 15 23:38

French Colonial Dreams Linger On In Syria

When British troops under Marshal Allenby entered Damascus in 1918 accompanied by troops of the Arab Revolt led by Sharif Faisal of the Hussein of Mecca dynasty, French-British rivalry in the Middle East was already running at extreme highs. They were in no way resolved by the San Remo conference of April 1920 where the post-World War Allied Supreme Council met. It was attended by the four main non-US Allied Powers of World War I, represented by the prime ministers of Britain, France, Italy and by Japan's Ambassador K. Matsui.

This was the most important “turf war meeting” to divide up Class "A" League of Nations mandates for administering the former Ottoman-ruled lands of the Middle East. US participation was observer-only due to American deciders already setting apart the future Saudi Arabia as the USA's exclusive national zone of influence.

Nov 15 23:32

French politicians call on their government to reconsider its foreign policy, relation with Syria

Paris, SANA – A number of French deputies and politicians called on the French government to alter its foreign policy and correct its course immediately and reconsider its relation with Syria following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.

Deputy Jacques Myard said that there’s a need for revising France’s foreign policy, particularly in Syria, voicing belief that France adopted an erroneous policy towards Damascus, asserting that France’s enemy today is ISIS and Al Qaeda, not President Bashar al-Assad.

Nov 15 13:30

How John McCain Wound Up Canoodling With Terrorists

Now, however, it’s time to debunk the "debunking," because the truth is finally coming out – and it’s worse for McCain than even Sen. Paul imagined. It turns out the frenetic Arizona warmonger met with members of the Northern Storm Brigade – the group that handed US journalist Steven Sotloff over to ISIS as he crossed the border into Syria.

Nov 15 13:25

McCain Poses With Alleged Terrorists -- Proof That Involvement in Syria Is a Bad Idea

The photo of John McCain posing with terrorists and kidnappers in Syria encapsulates, perfectly, everything wrong with the position of McCain and others that the U.S. ought to insert itself into Syria's civil war.

It was revealed this morning that McCain, during his personal mission to Syria to meet with rebels, appeared in photos with Mohammed Nour and Abu Ibrahim, two members of the Sunni "Northern Storm" brigade, which kidnapped 11 Lebanese Shia pilgrims, who were on their way back to Lebanon, from Iran. The group is still holding nine of the hostages.

This should give everyone pause when it comes to ramping up support for the rebels by arming them.

Nov 14 17:51

What Preceded The Islamic State Attacks In France

The Islamic State claims responsibility for the attack.

But who weaponized and financed the Islamic State or prior organizations in Syria and Iraq from which this terror attack grew?

Nov 14 13:52

Saudi Arabia’s Syrian adventures may soon be over

Reports of Saudi king’s possible visit to Russia indicate that Saudi Arabia’s adventurism in Syria is coming to a close.

According to the Russian presidential press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, the visit of Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to Russia is being worked out and agreed through diplomatic channels.

This shows Riyadh is ready to reach a ‘compromised solution’ on the Syrian crisis – a solution that may not be what the US seems to be attempting to achieve through its renewed engagement in Syria and Iraq and its (possible) policy of balkanization of Syria into different “safe zones.”

Nov 14 09:10

Paris Attacks: A Perfect Pretext For NATO To Mobilize in Syria and Iraq

To anyone who is really paying attention, the real agenda behind this ‘terror’ event in Paris – is a NATO-sponsored intervention in Syria and northern Iraq.

Also, for the time being, the following will now be buried: any talk of preserving privacy rights in the west, any debate on mass surveillance and bulk data collection, any vocal opposition against mandatory biometric ID’s in Europe, any criticism of Israel’s continued squeeze on the West Bank and East Jerusalem, the overdue Iraq War Inquiry in Britain, and of course – any political opposition to an increased western military presence in Syria, Iraq (and any where else).

Nov 13 19:07

The French Connection – False Flags and the Charlie Hebdo Incident

Naturally, the first operation that comes to mind is Gladio, the infamous NATO “stay behind” operations in Europe during the Cold War that utilized terror attacks and shootings in public venues (amongst other things) to later be blamed on leftist and socialist groups. Gladio thus represents the so-called “conservative” side of the dialectic running operations against the so-called left. The Aldo Moro incident in Italy, for example, involved a staged assassination of a socialist minister by a NATO-run Marxist front. NATO/Gladio operations have never ceased, as we see the same patterns at work in more recent false flags.

Nov 13 09:52

Grand Mufti of Syria: “Terrorism is a new ideological trend, has nothing to do with Islam”

It’s the leaders of the Gulf countries, Turkey and the America that should stand trial, because they supplied the arms. The weapons that killed my son came from them. To me, all the people who were killed at their hands are like my son. Every Syrian that died in this war is my son..........Grand Mufti of Syria, Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun

Nov 12 14:12

Natural Born Murderers: US, Saudi Arabia Deliberately Targeting Hospitals

When a despotic regime like Saudi Arabia decides to become subservient to the United States, it's not because it wants to get a rocket to put a man on the moon to serve humanity; it’s because it wants to send as many innocent people as possible to their graves; more so, doctors, nurses and patients.
Medical facilities in the war-torn Yemen are being ‘deliberately’ attacked, with some 100 incidents reported since the Saudi-led coalition began airstrikes in March, the International Committee of the Red Cross said.
Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 233 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 6,921 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Nov 12 12:30

Saudi Russo Rapprochement Back on Track

The Saudis and allied Arab states were increasingly furious with Washington Mideast policy and with the US shale oil boom that was damaging the Kingdom’s lead role in setting world oil prices. The Obama Administration seemed to care less about Washington’s Mideast partner that had been a key ally since 1945 when King Ibn Saud in a fateful meeting with President Roosevelt granted the Rockefeller US oil majors exclusive drilling rights in the Kingdom.

Nov 12 11:12

'Flagrant Violation': Saudi Jets Continue Attack on Hospitals in Yemen?

As the Saudi-led alliance, backed by the United States, continues its bloody operation in Yemen, targeting hospitals and clinics, Common Dreams reports Wednesday.

Houthi followers take part in a rally denouncing the Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen's capital Sanaa November 6, 2015
Saudis, Allies Proclaim Victory in Yemen, Analyst Says It's Not Over Yet
According to the publication, Saudi jets on Sunday repeatedly shelled the Al-Thawra hospital, considered one of the area’s most important health care facilities, providing medical assistance to 50 patients daily. The attack was carried out just weeks after another significant facility – a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) clinic – was reportedly attacked in the northern city of Haydan.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In this indiscriminate bombing of hospitals and medical clinics, the Saudi government and military leadership have demonstrated that they have the morals of a dead tree stump, which means they have absolutely no morals whatsoever.

But what is more worrying to me than the actual bombings is that their US governmental and military enablers seem to have signed off on this practice,which means that the extrajudicial assassination of sick civilians is perfectly acceptible to our Nobel peace prize-winning President Obama.

Is this the price President Obama thinks is acceptible, in civilian casualties for throwing out the Houthi rebels in Yemen, and, by Saudi proxy, reinstating our thug, Al-Hadi?!?

IS it just me, or is there something terribly wrong with this picture?!?


Nov 12 09:43

Pro-Hadi Ringleaders Split after Feud over Defeats from Ansarullah

Differences and disputes among the field commanders of forces loyal to fugitive president Mansour Hadi in the Northern province of Jawf over their recent defeats in war with Ansarullah have led to quarrels and divisions, Yemeni sources disclosed on Thursday.
A major local affiliate of the al-Qaeda in Yemen vowed allegiance to the Saudi regime, saying it will fight along the kingdom’s forces in the ongoing war against Yemen.
A prominent Saudi Mufti announced that some 2,000 people from the Persian Gulf Arab states have jointed the terrorist groups in Syria.

Nov 12 09:41

Artillery Fire Destroys 3 Armored Vehicles, Kills Sudanese Forces in Yemen

The Yemeni army and popular forces' artillery fire killed and wounded tens of Saudi-led Sudanese military forces in Taiz, destroying 3 of their armored vehicles some days after the African country sent a new batch of forces to Yemen.
The Yemeni army and popular forces pounded and destroyed the ISIL and al-Qaeda terrorist groups' positions in Southern Yemen in artillery attacks, a spokesman announced Thursday.

Nov 11 10:37

Spokesman: Yemeni Popular Forces Establish Control over Bab al-Mandab Strai

The army and popular forces completed their control over Bab al-Mandab Strait in Southwestern Yemen after purging the Saudi-backed militants and the militias loyal to fugitive president Mansour Hadi.

Nov 11 08:58


Saudi Arabia is pushing the U.N. General Assembly’s human rights committee to condemn Iranian and Russian intervention in Syria, a move that prompted complaints on Tuesday from the delegations of Iran and Syria.
The non-binding draft resolution, prepared by Saudi Arabia and co-sponsored by Qatar and other Arab nations, the United States, Britain, France and other Western powers, was presented during a meeting of the assembly’s Third Committee, which focuses on human rights.
In addition, without mentioning Russia specifically, the draft “strongly condemns all attacks against the Syrian moderate opposition and calls for their immediate cessation, given that such attacks benefit so-called ISIL (Daesh) and other terrorist groups, such as al Nusra Front.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A memo to the Saudi government and the House of Saud; aren't you concerned about looking just a tad disingenuous with this resolution, when your goal is obviously regime change here, but in your "vision", to a more Wahabic-centric government?

Nov 10 17:55

35 Countries Where the U.S. Has Supported Fascists, Drug Lords and Terrorists

The U.S. is backing Ukraine's extreme right-wing Svoboda party and violent neo-Nazis whose armed uprising paved the way for a Western-backed coup. Events in the Ukraine are giving us another glimpse through the looking-glass of U.S. propaganda wars against fascism, drugs and terrorism. The ugly reality behind the mirror is that the U.S. government has a long and unbroken record of working with fascists, dictators, druglords and state sponsors of terrorism in every region of the world in its elusive but relentless quest for unchallenged global power.
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Behind a firewall of impunity and protection from the State Department and the CIA, U.S. clients and puppets have engaged in the worst crimes known to man, from murder and torture to coups and genocide. The trail of blood from this carnage and chaos leads directly back to the steps of the U.S. Capitol and the White House.

Nov 10 17:50

FLASHBACK: Sleeping With the Devil: How U.S. and Saudi Backing of Al Qaeda Led to 9/11

A little disingenuous or CUDP on the blowback angle but I like the pics and the vids!

Preface: The director of the National Security Agency under Ronald Reagan – Lt. General William Odom – noted:

Because the United States itself has a long record of supporting terrorists and using terrorist tactics, the slogans of today’s war on terrorism merely makes the United States look hypocritical to the rest of the world.

Odom also said:

By any measure the US has long used terrorism. In ‘78-79 the Senate was trying to pass a law against international terrorism – in every version they produced, the lawyers said the US would be in violation.

(audio here). Background here.

Nov 10 17:34

FLASHBACK: The CIA's "Operation Cyclone" - Stirring The Hornet's Nest Of Islamic Unrest

Zbigniew Brzezinski not long ago revealed that on July 3, 1979, unknown to the American public and Congress, President Jimmy Carter secretly authorized $500 million to create an international terrorist movement that would spread Islamic fundamentalism in Central Asia and "de-stabilise" the Soviet Union...
The CIA called this Operation Cyclone and in the following years poured $4 billion into setting up Islamic training schools in Pakistan (Taliban means "student").

Young zealots were sent to the CIA's spy training camp in Virginia, where future members of al-Qaeda were taught "sabotage skills" - terrorism.

Others were recruited at an Islamic school in Brooklyn, New York, within sight of the fated Twin Towers.

Nov 10 17:15

Russian MoD: Terrorist's tactics in Syria have drastically changed

According to local sources, the Syrian army and pro-Assad units are completing a local sweep in the Northeast province of Latakia in preparation for a major offensive against the stronghold of the group "Al-Nusra", mountain fortress city Salma.

Russian Defense Ministry spokesman at a regular press briefing, informed a significant change in the tactics of terrorist groups throughout the territory of Syria.

Nov 10 10:20

Yemeni Forces Regain Control of Strategic Mountain in Ta'iz

The Yemeni army and Ansarullah fighters retook the mountain of al-Shajara in the province of Ta'iz from the Saudi-backed militants on Tuesday.

Nov 09 08:12

Saudi Air Raids Hit Yemeni Provinces

The Saudi fighter jets bombed several areas across Yemen on Monday and injured several civilians, some of them in critical conditions.
Eight civilians were injured in Saudi airstrikes on al-Talh area in Sahar district in the province of Sa'ada, according to the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen television.

Nov 07 16:23

Carter says Russia, China potentially threaten global order

It's not nice to threaten the NWO!

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) -- Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Saturday accused Russia of endangering world order, citing its incursions in Ukraine and loose talk about nuclear weapons, and said the U.S. defense establishment is searching for creative ways to deter Russian aggressive and protect U.S. allies.

Nov 06 20:56

NATO Invades Spain

The notion that the Pentagon would dare declare its own no-fly zone over northern Syria to protect a gaggle of “moderate rebels” from Russian and Syrian Arab Army (SAA) bombing is preposterous.

Fresh from its thunderous humiliation by the Taliban; its “liberation” of Libya for the benefit of militia hell; and while Russia was bombing the hell out of a Salafi-jihadi/”moderate rebel” constellation in Syria, NATO – in search for a “360-degree” response to Russia – resorted to invading… Spain.

Nov 06 17:26

Ron Paul on Syrian Proxy War: U.S. “Now Al-Qaeda’s Air Force”

With ISIS, the United States has once again created its own enemies – and is now defending them against Putin.

Dr. Ron Paul said that the United States was “now al Qaeda’s Air Force,” with the hypocrisy of American foreign policy now more stark than ever before.


Nov 06 10:19

Ansarullah: Riyadh Allying with Tel Aviv, Serving Washington

Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah Movement Abdul-Malik al-Houthi blasted the Saudi regime for becoming an ally of Israel and a servant of the US. "Saudi Arabia is allying with Israel and helping the occupying regime; while it is at the same time subservient of the US," Al-Houthi said, delivering a speech in Yemen on Friday. He reiterated that the corrupt Arab governments are the biggest threat facing people in certain Muslim countries. Al-Houthi said some rulers of the Muslim countries are taking advantage of the resources of the Islamic world. He said the interpretation of Islam provided by tyrant rulers and like-minded clerics are completely against the true teachings of Islam.

Nov 06 10:12

Dozens of Saudi-National Militants Killed in Damascus Countryside

A military source confirmed death of a number of Saudi nationals, who were joining the Takfiri terrorists to fight against president Bashar al-Assad's government, in the countryside of the Syrian capital of Damascus.

Nov 06 09:15

Saudis Bring Oil War To Europe With Largest Price Discount Since 2009

With oil exports to Europe having slipped from 13% of Saudi's total to just 10% in the last six months, The FT reports, the de facto leader of OPEC has slashed its Official Selling Price (OSP) to Europe in an effort to regain market share. Saudi lowered its OSP for its Arab light crude grade in Europe by $1.30 a barrel for December, taking its discount to the weighted average of the North Sea Brent benchmark to $4.75 a barrel - the largest discount since February 2009.

The move, as we detailed previously, is basically going after Russia's customer base, has raised heckles in Moscow, with Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin complaining last month about Saudi "dumping" after he revealed the kingdom was selling oil to refineries in Poland.

Nov 06 07:42

Trudeau's sunny ways may not do at the Saudi embassy

If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to engage more diplomatically with foreign powers, perhaps he can start by taking a stroll over to the Saudi Arabian embassy in Ottawa.

Just don’t try doing it whilst carrying a sack of letters demanding the release of imprisoned — and flogged — human rights blogger Raif Badawi.

There is, of course, the possibility that Canada’s PM would get a warmer reception to his knock-knock than occurred Monday, when Badawi’s supporters were confronted by closed doors, which stayed that way. The mission was in no mood to accept petitions from about 20 countries — but primarily this one — seeking freedom for the 32-year-old editor of website “Free Saudi Liberals,” or at least he was until arrested in 2012. The online forum criticized religious authorities, a brave but prohibited stance in the formally Wahhabist Kingdom.

Nov 05 12:54

Yemeni Missiles Rain down on Several Saudi Provinces

The Yemeni army and Ansarullah fighters conducted several retaliatory attacks against key positions in several Saudi provinces, inflicting heavy losses on the kingdom's forces.
The Yemeni army shot down a fighter jet of the Saudi-led coalition in capital Sana'a on Thursday.
22 Yemeni groups and political parties endorsed an agreement to unite against Saudi Arabia's aggression against their country.

Nov 05 01:58

Russia in Syria: US readies for dogfight, deploys F-15Cs fitted with air-to-air combat weapons

Amid increasing Russian influence over the Syrian skies, the United States is sending in a large number of F-15Cs fitted with air-to-air combat weaponry.

Nov 04 13:48

Saudi Royalty Gets Away With Drug Smuggling, Rape & Torture

Nov 04 10:25

Senior Saudi Commander Killed in Yemen's Ta'iz

Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters and army troops killed a ranking Saudi commander and dozens of his forces in the province of Ta'iz.
The Yemeni forces took control of a military base that had been occupied by Saudi forces in Ta'iz province a while ago... Saudi troops later launched a counter-offensive to take back the base, but they failed and escaped the region after losing a number of their vehicles. Meanwhile, Ansarullah fighters also pounded a base in the Saudi border region of Jizan in a massive missile attack. The Yemeni army also launched missile attacks on military bases in Zahran in the Asir border region of Saudi Arabia. Yemeni Popular Committees fired a number of missiles at Saudi bases in the al-Khubah district in Jizan. Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 224 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 6,919 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Nov 04 10:09

Yemeni People Protest in Sana'a to Condemn Saudi Violence, World Silence

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Yemeni People staged a protest in front of the UN office in Sana’a to condemn the Saudi-led war on their country and the world's silence on Riyadh's continued crimes against their oppressed nation. [PHOTOS]

Nov 03 23:12

Towards a reversal of the situation in the Near East

The days of the « Arab Spring » are almost over. As of now, the White House and the Kremlin are redesigning the contours of the « Greater Middle East ». However, their agreement, which was concluded before the Russian military intervention in Syria, could still be modified by the changes in the balance of power. There is no proof that Moscow will accept the stabilisation of Syria or ignore the partition of Turkey and Saudi Arabia which are soon to begin. In any event, the coming upheaval will modify the status quo which has been in place for the last five years. Most of the powers implicated are therefore scrambling to change sides before the other players.

Nov 03 12:10

Syrian Deputy Minister: Saudi Officials Need Psychotherapy

Syrian Deputy Economy Minister Hayan Salman lashed out at the Riyadh government officials for interfering in his country's internal affairs, and said that the Saudi officials have psychological problems and need intensive medical care.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian and UN special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed in a telephone conversation on Tuesday discussed the latest developments and international efforts to halt the Saudi aggression against Yemen.

Nov 02 10:07


The colonisation of Northern Syria is an old Israeli project linked to the development of missile weaponry. It calls for the creation of an independent state in the north of the country in order to control Syria from behind, just as Israel had created the state of Southern Sudan in 2011, to control Egypt from behind. This Israeli project was taken up again by France and gave rise, in 2011, to a secret treaty signed by Alain Juppé and Ahmet Davutoglu. Turkey agreed that this new state would be governed by the Kurdish minority and that Ankara would be allowed to expel the PKK there, thus affirming Turkish supremacy in their own country.

Nov 02 09:47

Iran says may quit Syria talks, in worsening spat with Saudi rival

Iran said on Monday it would quit Syria peace talks if it found them unconstructive, citing the "negative role" of Saudi Arabia, in the latest twist in a spat between the regional rivals that bodes ill for efforts to ease turmoil across the Middle East.

Increasingly bad-tempered exchanges between the conservative Sunni-ruled kingdom and the revolutionary Shi'ite theocracy have dampened hopes of improved ties after the adversaries sat down for their first meeting to discuss the Syria war last week.

"In the first round of talks, some countries, especially Saudi Arabia, played a negative and unconstructive role … Iran will not participate if the talks are not fruitful," ISNA cited deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian as saying.

Nov 02 09:15

Saudi Arabia 'Moves Towards Forging Alliance With Russia

King Salman has been impressed by Russia's counterterrorism campaign in Syria so much that he is allegedly planning to come to Moscow before the year is out to "forge an alliance with Russia," Dr. Mordechai Kedar wrote for Arutz Sheva.

The oil kingdom is one of America's key allies in the Middle East but Riyadh and Washington have long appeared to be slowly moving apart. At the same time, Saudi Arabia and Russia have been increasingly interested in improving bilateral ties.

Kedar, who served at the IDF's military intelligence agency for 25 years, outlined four major reasons explaining this trend.

"The most important is America's weak standing in the region, obvious to all and exacerbated by Obama's announcing his retirement from the position of world policeman and the beginning of the American electoral campaign. There is no one to talk to anymore in Washington, especially now that it has become clear that the Iran Agreement is a 'done deal,'" he noted.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Russia's successful air campaign against the terrorists in Syria has netted not only appreciation of the job they are doing, but also a desire for more geopolitical closeness by surrounding countries, such as Saudi Arabia.

Russia is a real game changer here, in the Middle East, and - as usual - Putin has deployed his military assets like the master chess player he is.

Nov 01 12:54

‘Calculated to put American troops in danger’: Why US wants escalation in Syria

Sending some 50 US advisers to Syria illegally to train the so-called ‘moderate rebels’ looks like a calculated move. If, or when, someone gets hurt, the US will have a pretext for boots on the ground, believes retired US Air Force Lieutenant Col Karen Kwiatkowski......

Nov 01 08:21

The Caliph at the gates of Vienna

History has a jolly habit of repeating itself as surrealist farce. Is it 1683 all over again, with the Ottoman Empire laying siege to Vienna just to be defeated by the “infidels” at the last minute?

No; it’s 2015 and a Caliph simulacrum – Ibrahim, a.k.a. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi — has prompted a gaggle of world powers, lesser powers and assorted minions to converge to Vienna to discuss how to defeat him.

Westphalians, we got a problem. None of this makes any sense if Iran is not at the table discussing a solution for the Syrian tragedy. Moscow knew it from the start. Washington — reluctantly — had to admit the obvious. But the problem was never Iran. The problem is the ideological matrix of goons who metastasize into Caliphs: Saudi Arabia.

Oct 31 12:51

No-Guerra No-NATO Peace Conference in Rome

A Tribute to the “No-Guerra No-NATO” and pro-Peace Demonstration in Rome on Monday 26 October 2015

We, the people of Europe have to stand up against NATO. We must not let go.

As we know by now, the Soviet threat was a farce the western people – mostly the people of the US and Europe – were made to believe by a massive and continuous propaganda campaign, a western propaganda of lies – not unlike today’s anti-Russia, anti-China supra-multi-billion dollars Zionist-Anglo-Saxon media misinformation.

Oct 31 12:44

Politics Extension of US-led War on Syria

If Washington and its allies were sincere about a political resolution to the conflict then why don’t they reaffirm their commitment to the Geneva Communique?

Russia’s military intervention in Syria is proving a decisive turning point in stabilizing the government of Bashar al-Assad, while racking up serious defeats against the sundry extremist mercenary groups. That is the assessment of US top military officer General Joseph F Dunford. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told the Senate Armed Services Committee this week:

«The balance of forces right now are in Assad’s advantage».

Oct 31 08:04

US Sending Special Forces to Aid ISIS in Syria

US forces who obey these illegal orders are giving aid and comfort to the enemies of America! Treason doth prosper when none dare call it treason. This is TREASON most foul!

Washington is desperate to find ways of countering Russia’s effective Middle East agenda - combining formidable military might against terrorism with trustworthy diplomacy, proving Moscow is a valued partner, polar opposite Washington, a rogue bully.

Obama’s pledge about no “American combat troops fighting on foreign soil” proved another of his many Big Lies.
US Special Forces will be deployed to northern areas - illegally without Damascus or Security Council authorization.

Unannounced greater numbers may join them. Their mission: aiding ISIS and other takfiri terrorists, putting them in harm’s way.

Oct 30 09:35

U.S. ignores the UN small arms treaty they signed and are selling arms to rogue nations

Remember back in 2013 when the U.S. signed onto the United National Small Arms Treaty parameters, which restricted the selling of arms to rogue and aggressive nations? Well, like nearly all treaties the government has signed since its inception, enforcement and integrity tied to their signature lasts about as long as it takes a corporation or political party to want to profit from breaking that treaty.

So it should come as no surprise that the U.S. Department of Defense just signed a deal where they would sell $11 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia, which is enlisted in an illegal war against their neighboring country of Yemen.

Oct 30 08:47

Yemeni Forces Shoot Down Saudi Military Logistics Plane in Ta'iz Province

The Yemeni army and popular forces shot down a military plane of the Saudi-led coalition forces used for dropping weapons and ammunition for the terrorists and Saudi troops in the province of Ta'iz.
Yemeni Missiles Destroy Saudi Military Positions in Jizan, Najran

Oct 29 15:06

800 Colombian Soldiers Join Saudi-Led Forces in Yemen

Hundreds of former Colombian nationals are fighting alongside Saudi -led forces in Yemen, media reported on Sunday.

Pan–Latin American terrestrial and satellite television network, Telesurtv, quoted the Colombian newspaper, El Tiempo, as saying that as many as 800 Colombian nationals could soon be fighting in Yemen, with dozens likely already in the war-torn country.

The troops include former Colombian soldiers fighting under contract with Saudi Arabia, the report said.

Oct 29 04:27

Report: Saudi Plot to Attack Damascus Foiled

The Saudi regime with the help of Jeish al-Islam terrorist group had prepared a plan to attack Damascus from the Southern provinces after Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected the Syria-Yemen swap proposal by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman, media reports said.

Oct 29 04:26

800 Colombian Soldiers Hired to Join Saudi-Led Forces in Yemen with $1000 Weekly Salary

At least 800 Colombian nationals could soon be fighting alongside the Saudi-led coalition against Yemenis, with dozens likely already in the war-torn Middle Eastern country, a Latin American paper disclosed.

Oct 28 07:51

Report: Saudi Plot to Attack Damascus Foiled

The Saudi regime with the help of Jeish al-Islam terrorist group had prepared a plan to attack Damascus from the Southern provinces after Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected the Syria-Yemen swap proposal by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman, media reports said.

The Saudi deputy crown prince gave his proposal to President Putin in a meeting in Moscow on June 19, the Arabic-language Al-Akhbar newspaper wrote.

Oct 28 06:59

Saudi Arabia Bombs Second Doctors Without Borders Hospital

By Derrick Broze

For the second time in a month, a health center run by Doctors Without Borders was bombed as part of the military effort led by Saudi Arabia. The hospital was operating in the northern province of Saada, an area which has been heavily bombed since the Saudi-led military effort against Houthi rebels began in April...

Oct 27 14:19

Yemen hospital hit by Saudi-led airstrikes - Medecins Sans Frontieres

Saudi-led coalition airstrikes have hit a Yemeni hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders), the international humanitarian aid organization said on Tuesday.

An "MSF facility in Saada, Yemen was hit by several airstrikes last night with patients and staff inside the facility," the group tweeted.

Sadaa is the largest city in Sadaa province, northwestern Yemen.

Oct 27 12:49

Yemenis Protest against Saudi Invasion in Front of UN Office

Yemeni People staged a protest in front of the UN office in Sana’a to call for an end to the Saudi war and the unjust blockade imposed by Riyadh on their nation since seven months ago; they also condemned the US for supporting Saudi Arabia's massacring of women and children in Yemen. [PHOTOS]

Oct 27 12:08

Now Saudi Arabia Has Bombed a Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Yemen

The US changed its story four times (at least) on why it bombed a civilian hospital staffed by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) otherwise known as Doctors Without Borders, in Kunduz, Northern Afghanistan earlier this month. Twenty two people died, including 12 staffers and 10 patients (three of whom were children) — and injuring 37 other people. Twenty four staff are still missing.

Now news just broke that Saudi Arabia bombed another Doctors Without Borders hospital last night, this time in northern Yemen.

Luckily only two doctors were "lightly wounded" and no one died this time. Reportedly everyone had just enough time to run to safety before another missile hit the maternity ward.

This is, yet another, war crime, and pretty much everybody knows it.

But they just keep justifying it by claiming terrorists might be hiding in these hospitals, so they have no choice but to bomb hospitals.

Gee. Kinda makes you wonder who the terrorists really are.

Oct 27 09:27


Whenever you’re running an air campaign there’s always the possibility of collateral damage. In simpler terms, we you’re dropping bombs on populated areas, you’re invariably going to kill some non-combatants. Now ideally, you want to keep the number of dead civilians to a minimum, which is why The Intercept’s recent investigative report on America’s drone program was so disturbing - it turns out 90% of people killed aren’t the intended target.

Oct 27 05:11

Saudi Arabia hits hospital run by Doctors without Borders in Yemen

Doctors without Borders (MSF) says a hospital run by the international medical group in Yemen has been hit by Saudi airstrikes.

“MSF facility in Saada [sic] Yemen was hit by several airstrikes last night with patients and staff inside the facility,” the group said in a tweet on Tuesday.

Oct 26 13:27

Saudi Prince Detained for Drug Smuggling, 2 Tons of ISIS "Drug of Choice" Seized on Private Jet

In what is being hailed as the "largest-ever smuggling operation uncovered at Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport," two tons of drugs were seized by authorities off a private jet.

Among the five Saudi nationals detained for questioning in connection to the drugs was Saudi prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz, member of the Saudi royal family.

Charges involve the smuggling of two tons of Captagon aka Fenethylline pills (amphetamine) and some cocaine to the Saudi capital of Riyadh, according to NBC New York.

These are not big pills. Can you imagine how many it would take to make up a two ton batch?

The bust comes on the heels of an open letter reportedly written by an unnamed Saud family prince who claimed eight out of the 12 surviving sons are in support of a coup against King Salman.

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Oct 26 10:49

Saudi Prince Arrested in Lebanon

A Saudi prince was arrested in Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport after the Lebanese authorities found two tons of drugs on his plane, reports said Monday.

Oct 26 10:48

Suicide Bomb Attack at Saudi Mosque Kills At Least 4 People

A suicide bomber blew himself up at a mosque in Saudi Arabia's Najran on Monday night. A suicide bomb attack killed, at least, 4 people and wounded 15 others.

Oct 26 07:53


Saudi prince and four others were detained on Monday in Lebanon in the largest drug bust in the history of the Beirut airport, a security source said. Saudi prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz and four others were detained by airport security while allegedly “attempting to smuggle about two tons of Captagon pills and some cocaine,” a security source told AFP.

Oct 26 06:56

Lebanon arrests, interrogates Saudi prince for carrying drugs

Abd al-Muhsen bin Walid bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud was detained on Monday at the Rafik Hariri International Airport in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, while in possession of 24 bags and eight suitcases full of narcotics.

The Saudi prince was arrested along with four other individuals.