Thursday, 2 December , 2021

Saudi Arabia

“This is Our War & It is Shameful:” Journalist Andrew Cockburn...

Even before the Saudi-led bombing campaign in Yemen began more than a year ago, Yemen was ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world. But now, a year and a half into the war, Yemen’s health system has broken down, and the population is facing the threat of starvation. For more, we’re joined by Andrew Cockburn, the Washington editor for Harper’s magazine. His latest piece for Harper’s is headlined "Acceptable Losses: Aiding and Abetting the Saudi Slaughter in Yemen." He is author of "Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins."

Yemenis are turning to Russia

A newly-formed governing council in Yemen could work with Russia to "fight terrorism" by allowing Moscow use of the war-torn country's military bases, Yemen's former president said on Sunday. Ali Abdullah Saleh, a former counter-terrorism ally of the U.S. who was toppled by mass protests in 2011, told state-owned channel Russia 24 that Yemen was ready to grant Moscow access to air and naval bases.

Radicals around Erdogan call for war “against Crusaders”

The engineers of the project targeted President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for “ruining the game.” Since they know that the Turkish society's unifying, the uniting power will disappear and become open to the operation in his absence. They planned to first eliminate him and his cadres and then launch Turkey's destruction process.

Did Russia save Erdogan?

TEHRAN (FNA)- Arab media outlets quoted diplomats in Ankara as disclosing that Turkey's President Erdogan was alerted by Russia against an imminent army coup hours before it was initiated on Friday, while a western media outlet said Erdogan asked his supporters to remain in the streets after receiving advice from Tehran.

Hidden Struggle: Why Kurds ‘Must be Kept Under the Roof of...

By Ekaterina Blinova A hidden struggle for hearts and minds is going on in Syria: Western geopolitical players are trying to establish their control over...

The Tragedy of Syria and the Middle East at Large

By Peter Koenig and Amin Abadi, The Kayhan Institute A few weeks ago, Amin Abadi from the The Kayhan Institute of Teheran asked me for...

The untold story behind Saudi Arabia’s 41-year secret debt

By Andrea Wong Failure was not an option. It was July 1974. A steady predawn drizzle had given way to overcast skies when William Simon, newly...

Saudi Daily: U.S Planned and Carried Out 9/11

On the eve of President Obama's April 2016 visit to Saudi Arabia, the U.S. Congress began debating the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act...

The Economy of Middle East in one Map

  By JEFF DESJARDINS If we could only show you one map to explain the economy of the Middle East, it would be this one.     In one fell...

Yemen’s hidden war secret – A war for territorial restoration

By Catherine Shakdam If Yemen has been the forgotten war of our generation – the untold story of a violent war of theocratic occupation, Yemen has...