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The Road From Damascus To Msyaf

By Eva Bartlett The last leg of the trip from Damascus to Msyaf followed a road which at times was 500 metres away from terrorist factions (including Ahrar al-Sham, Jaysh al-Islam, Jebhat al-Nusra and Da'esh [ISIS]) occupying Houla villages (including: Kafrlaha, Tel Dow, Tel Dahab, Aqrab, Taiba, Houla and Zara). Three large chimneys of the … Continue reading The Road From Damascus To Msyaf

Academics For Peace: International Appeal

Academics, please take action by signing the appropriate petition below. For the right to demand peace at times of war. Academics from all over the world defend their colleagues in Turkey. For the right to demand peace at times of war In solidarity with academics from Turkey for peace In the Kurdish Southeast of Turkey, … Continue reading Academics For Peace: International Appeal

Syria is the Middle Eastern Stalingrad

Day and night, for years, an overwhelming force has been battering this quiet nation, one of the cradles of human civilization. Hundreds of thousands have died, and millions have been forced to flee abroad or have been internally displaced. In many cities and villages, not one house is left intact. But Syria is, against all … Continue reading Syria is the Middle Eastern Stalingrad

Israel Deprived of Turkey's Friendship

Press statement by H.E. Mr. Ahmet Davuto─člu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey, regarding Turkish-Israeli relations 2 September 2011 Distinguished Members of the Press, You all know very well the reason why I will deliver this statement today. Approximately 15 months ago on the 31st of May 2010, Israel carried out an … Continue reading Israel Deprived of Turkey's Friendship