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Are There Double Standards in Humanitarian Aid?

There seems to be a fair share of complaining and sabre rattling in the western world about the Russian aid convoy to East Ukraine and...

Ferguson: Cop Unlikely to be Convicted

As Roberto A. Ferdman writes in his Wonkblog article; Race and the "Thin Blue Line" matters greatly in matters of justice; On Wednesday, a 12-person...

How Did U.S. Journalist James Foley End Up With The Islamic...

The gruesome execution of U.S. journalist, James Foley, sent shockwaves throughout the international community, as outrage and fear spread rapidly through social media outlets....

The War In Lebanon Has Just Begun

When the battle for 'Arsal began, many civilians in Lebanon were shocked: "Is the Islamic State really here?" The sad reality is that the...

Historical development of Syria

Syria underwent an era of great history and development under the empire of ‘Greater Syria’ (Bilad al-Sham). Despite Syria having no record of being...

Erdogan Is The New Sultan Of The Middle East

“On the land of Syria I will live… I will tell generations to come… how evil visited my country… turned it to a big...