An overview of Middle East crisis

By Asif Haroon Raja The US and the Western world’s deep-seated interest in the strategically important and oil-rich Middle East are well known. In order to maintain control over oil wells and to keep sea lanes and choke points in Indian Ocean open, the British Empire in line with its policy of divide and rule, split up the Ottoman Empire in 1918 into small Muslim States and installed puppet rulers. By 1923, ...

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Syria on fire

By Asif Haroon Raja Having forcibly changed Qaddafi’s regime in Syria, the US and its western allies are now fully focused towards Syria since early 2011 to bring down Bashar al-Assad’s regime. Billions of dollars are being pumped in to support Syrian rebels and to keep the civil war inflamed. In April 2012 Summit held in Turkey and attended by 70 nations, a total of $ 100 million was pledged by Saudi Arabi ...

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Ramifications of military adventurism in Syria

By Asif Haroon Raja Patrick J. Buchman, an American political commentator stated on March, 24, 2003, “There is a memo at the Pentagon that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off Iran.” George W. Bush also talked of axis of evil in which North Korea was the only non-Muslim country.   Joint Forces St ...

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SYRIAN CRISIS: FROM DIALOGUE TO DISASTER

By Swaleha Malik The ongoing Syrian conflict took a new turn when western powers condemned the alleged use of chemical weapons that they blame Assad regime has used, which resulted in killing 1400 civilians. Aimed at punishing the Al-Assad for the attack using the cloak of humanitarian crisis the real objectives are different. United States once again took the responsibility to protect the innocent civilian ...

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Russian President and Saudi Spy Chief Discussed Middle East Crises

  Posted By Zaheerul Hassan  Syrian situation has dragged Middle East into fire but U.S seems terribly failed in achieving in her long term objectives. Saudi Shah recently very rightly warned his old friend U.S. to stop interfere in Middle East countries. In this regard Shah Abdullah categorically mentioned that U.S. is behind Syrian and Egyptian  current crises. According to a diplomatic report about the “ ...

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Lacerated Muslim Ummah

Asif Haroon Raja The unholy practice of Muslims fighting among each other is in vogue in many Muslim countries. Tunisia, Egypt, Jordon, Algeria, Bahrain, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait had got infected by the Arab Spring in 2011, possibly triggered by CIA and Mosad. As a result, there were regime changes in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen. Despite the change in regimes, infighting in the three countries is still c ...

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Palestinian last struggle for Equal Rights

By Ghada Karmi Once upon a time, Palestine was the Arab world's unifying cause. Justice for the Palestinians was considered a basic pre-requisite for regional stability and peace, and it was an idea that had global resonance. Today, the picture is different and the Palestinian cause has been falling off the political agenda ever since the onset of the Arab Spring, the Syrian conflict, and Israel's success i ...

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Russia is Back to Stay in the Middle East

By Felix Imonti March 01, 2013 "Information Clearing House" - "OilPrice" -  Russia is back.  President Vladimir Putin wants the world to acknowledge that Russia remains a global power.  He is making his stand in Syria. The Soviet Union acquired the Tardus Naval Port in Syria in 1971 without any real purpose for it.  With their ships welcomed in Algeria, Cuba or Vietnam, Tardus was too insignificant to be de ...

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