Timeline

April, 2017

  • 6 April

    US Secretary of State Tillerson’s attempt to remove Assad

    “It doesn’t make any sense that a President like Assad would do anything as reckless as this knowing that for six years he has had absolute hostility from all the major press agencies and every attempt has been made to discredit him and demonise him. So what is this about?” Thanks to PressTV uploaded to YouTube on the 6th of April 2017.

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  • 6 April

    As the US and EU disintegrate, is it time for a French renaissance?

    Things were looking good for days. President Donald Trump had reportedly sent US senator Tulsi Gabbard on a fact-finding mission in Syria and wanted to know if President Assad would cooperate with the US in defeating ISIS. Assad was willing to cooperate with the new American president. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent statement in Ankara that the US had renounced its desire to remove Assad seemed to mark a major policy shift in the right direction. French presidential favourite Marine Le Pen was unequivocal in her desire to work with the Syrian government to defeat Takfiri terrorism. France’s …

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  • 1 April

    Myanmar defies the “International Community”

    Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de facto leader, has rejected UN calls for an investigation into the plight of the so-called Rohingya ethnic minority in the country. Violence irrupted in the Arakan province in October 2016 when Jihadi terrorists attacked a police checkpoint along the Bangladeshi border, killing nine policemen.

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March, 2017

  • 29 March

    French groups urged to withdraw from financing Israel expansionism

    “Israel tends to act with impunity in the construction of settlements and the violence and oppression of Palestinians and that happens all the time. There are countless UN resolutions against Israel and none of them have been respected.” Thanks to Press TV uploaded to YouTube on the 29th of March 2017.

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  • 22 March

    London terrorist attack: Westminster’s jihadis come home

    One year to the day after the Brussels terrorist attacks, a terrorist drove a car into Westminster parliament buildings killing four people and wounding several others. The British public are in shock. Westminster is considered to be a monument to British ‘democracy’. The date 3/22 will be remembered among those who mourn over the skulls and bones of loved ones lost to terrorism. Today, many of those mourners are in Syria. Just a few hours earlier, 50 destitute families staying at the al Badiya Dakhilya school in the village of Mansoura on the outskirts of Raqqa, were blown to pieces …

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