Global war on "terrorism"
In 1980s, the United States and Israel created the concept of "international terrorism" to discredit the national liberation movements, accusing them of being tentacles of the Soviet beast. After the September 11 attacks, responsibility for quashing terrorism was taken away from the police and shifted to the military domain. For the Anglo-American ruling class, the "war against terrorism" had been envisaged as a means of affirming its control over trade routes (free maritime and air circulation), but it served the Bush administration and the Zionist movement to cloak their mistimed colonial adventures (Palestine, Afghanistan, Irak).
The same concept is used by the West to justify the setting up of an Orwellian surveillance society and by the Shangai Cooperation Organisation (Russia, China) to stymie the intrusion of the nomadic populations of Central Asia and to stabilise them by force.
The Prosecutor General of Russia has opened an investigation into public calls for terrorism inside Russia posted by Dmytro Yarosh on his website.
Nazi leader Dmytro Yarosh was appointed Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council (body that oversees the Ministry of Defence and the Armed Forces) in the Ukrainian government that emerged from the coup.
Dmytro Yarosh boasted of having fought against the Russians to defend the Islamic Emirate of Ichkeria (Chechnya). On his (...)
The interior ministers of France, Germany, Italy, Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States met in Krakow on 6 February 2014.
The main topic on the agenda was how to deal with jihadists returning home from Syria.
While the governments of these six countries had facilitated, in 2011, the departure of their own nationals to Syria in anticipation of a "liberation" by NATO, they are now jittery about seeing these fighters come back.
The ministers decided to treat this as a matter of (...)
According to an interview broadcast by the Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel, prince Abdul Rahman al-Faisal is the ruler of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS).
Prince Abdul Rahman al-Faisal, a graduate of Sandhurst military academy, is the brother of Foreign Affairs Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal, and of Prince Turki al-Faisal, Saudi Ambassador to the United-States and the United-Kingdom.
ISIS is the Al-Qaeda branch in Iraq and Syria. It figures on the UN list of terrorist (...)
Saudi Arabia succeeded in brokering a ceasefire among the four major armed groups of the Syrian opposition: the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the Al-Nusra Front, Islamic Front and Al-Mujahideen Army.
The factional fighting left at least 1,500 dead in one month.
The Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs promptly seized the Security Council of the United Nations. In its letter, it denounces the support provided by Saudi Arabia to organizations classified as "terrorist" by the SC (...)
The last days of a war are always the deadliest. Routed armies avenge their defeat by committing futile atrocities, as we have seen in Adra where the tortures inflicted on loyalist workers have nothing to envy those committed during the fall of the Third Reich. But the situation is exacerbated by the collapse of what remains of the international anti-Syria coalition, each ex-partner trying to protect his interests at the expense of his former allies.
The clash between the Turkish police and judiciary, on the one hand, and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on the other, has been dragging on since 17 December 2013. After the police took in for questioning the sons of three ministers and the director of a major bank for money laundering, the Prime Minister denounced a supposed plot hatched against him by the spiritual leader of the Hizmet (islamic movement), Fethullah Gülen. He dismissed from their posts over 2 000 state workers, including (...)
President Putin’s cabinet seems to be pointing the finger at Saudi Arabia for the Volvograd attacks.
On December 29th, a kamikaze Muslim woman, identified as Oksana Aslanova, blew herself up in the Volvograd train station, killing 18 people. The following day, another kamikaze blew himself up in a trolleybus, killing 17 people.
President Putin called on the victims’ families to offer his condolences, and visit the wounded at the hospital. He emphasized that foreign sponsors may have been (...)
The Egyptian government approached the 18 signatories of the Arab League’s Anti-Terrorism Treaty, urging them to crack down against the Muslim Brotherhood. The request was submitted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nabil Fahmy (considered to be a close friend of Washington).
According to Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood, of which former president Mohamed Morsi is a member, has continuously supported terrorism abroad and has practiced it in Egypt.
The Muslim Brotherhood is officially (...)
The Turkish police got hold of a truck containing weapons and ammunitions, earmarked for armed opposition in Syria
The truck driver said that he was transporting the merchandise on behalf of the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH), an association run by the Muslim Brotherhood of Turkey, of which Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is a member. The IHH promptly denied the accusation.
The Turkish press asserted that, during the second half of 2013, the government dispatched 47 tons of (...)
The Turkish police launched, on 17 December 2013, a vast anti-corruption operation without informing the government. Unjustifiably large amounts of cash were found during the searches, in particular, at the homes of Egemen Bağış, minister of European Affairs, and Bilal Erdoğan, son of the prime minister. Moreover, the sons of Zafer Çağlayan (Minister of Finance), Erdoğan Bayraktar, (Minister of Environament and Urban Planning), and Muammer Güler (Minister of the Interior) were taken into custody. (...)
The discovery of links connecting Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Al- Qaeda is upsetting Turkish politics. Ankara not only actively supported terrorism in Syria, but did so as part of a NATO strategy. For Thierry Meyssan, the case also shows the artificiality of armed groups fighting against the government and the Syrian people.
The spokesman of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), Abu Mohammad al-Adani al-Shami, on November 21st 2013, called on rebel groups to close ranks against the Damascus government.
This stance contravenes the orders of Al-Qaeda’s supreme leader, Ayman Al-Zawahiri, on November 8, for the dissolution of ISIS in Syria, anointing the Al-Nusra Front as sole representative.
Covering terrorism: from denial to justification
By Ghaleb Kandil
Groups affiliated to Al-Qaeda emerged in Lebanon 25 years ago, under various names. 22 months ago, the Lebanese Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn has launched a warning against the danger of the presence of this organization in Lebanon. He was referring to the cocktail of terrorist groups, which were established in some regions benefiting from local politics coverage by Sheikh Saad Hariri, his party and its allies in the war (...)
We are publishing below an editorial from the Turkish daily Today’s Zaman. The columnist points to the defeat of the Syrian Contras which, in her view, spells out a defeat for Turkey who has given them all out support. While adopting the Atlanticist misrepresentation of the facts, she warns her country against a foreseeable exodus of extremist fighters who will not fail to seep into neighboring countries.
The honourable Steven Blaney, Canadian Minister of Public Security, announced on November 8th 2013, that his government has registered the groups Jabhat al-Nusra li Ahl al-Sham (a.k.a « al-Nusra Front ») and al-Muwaqi’un Bil Dima on the list of terrorist entities, by virtue of the criminal code.
This decision comes at a time when the historical leader of Al-Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri, is reorganizing his base in Syria. In September, the two armies that represented it, the Islamic State of Iraq and (...)
Indian coast guards boarded, on October 11th 2013, the MV Seaman Guard Ohio after having discovered weapons aboard.
The ten crew members and the 25 guards were placed in custody to undergo interrogation by the secret services.
The MV Seaman Guard Ohio is a counter-piracy ship owned and operated by the private military company AdvanFort.
The AdvanFort management thanked the Indian government for allowing its ship to enter Indian territorial waters when it sought safe harbor during a (...)
The South-Caucasus military tribunal (Russia) condemned, on October 15th 2013, Ali Tatziev to two sentences of life imprisonment.
Designated successor to Shamil Basayev, Ali Taziev (a.k.a. ’’emir Mangas’’) was second in command of the Caucasus branch of Al Qaeda, led by Dokka Umarov.
There are two distinct independent organizations in the Caucasus : the "Itchkeria Republic" of Ahmed Zakaïev (based in London) and the Caucasus Emirate of Dokka Umarov. The first is sponsored by the Anglo-American (...)
On the occasion of the only public intervention since his nomination, MI5 (British counter-espionage agency) Director General warned against the consequences of the Snowden affair and those of the Syrian war .
According to Andrew Parker, Snowden’s revelations could lead to the cessation of the entire intelligence surveillance, and thus deprive counter-espionage of it’s main weapon.
With regards to Syria, the chief executive has noted the radicalization of British Islamists, many of whom (...)
President Obama gave the order to abduct Abu Anas al-Libi (whose real name is Nazih Abd al-Hamid al-Ruqhay), on October 6th 2013 in Libya. A Delta Force force succeeded without making any victims.
Even supposing that al-Libi were a legitimate target for the US, as claimed by Secretary of State John Kerry, this kidnapping constitutes a violation of international law and of Libyan sovereignty.
In 1995, this jihadist, who had joined Osama Bin Laden in the Sudan, participated in a failed (...)
The Abbottabad Commission report, divulged July 8, 2013 by Al-Jazeera sheds light on a secret understanding between Washington and Islamabad over the use of drones.
Despite Pakistan’s repeated protests against U.S. drone strikes to eradicate "terrorist" groups, it turns out they are perfectly legal.
The Abbottabad Commission was to study the conditions of the attack by U.S. Special Forces on Osama bin Laden’s supposed house in Abbottabad. The report was classified by the Pakistani (...)
An Israeli Arab citizen, who had gone to fight in Syria on his own, was sentenced July 8, 2013, to two and a half years in prison.
Arrested on 19 March coming back from Turkey, Hichmat Masarwa, a 29 year-old baker, acknowledged having illegally undergone military training within "rebels ranks" at the hands of a foreign instructor.
The State of Israel, which actively supports the Contras in Syria, trying to prevent jihadists from taking root among its own population.
At the same time and (...)
On the eve of the riots anniversary in Xinjiang (formerly East Turkestan) , a series of attacks, on 26 June 2013, against public buildings in the township of Luqkun took the lives of 24 people.
The Global Times, reported the return of some one hundred members of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) who had joined the "sacred jihad" in Syria  However, the Syrian ambassador to Beijing could only identify thirty cases. Whatever the case may be, the support they enjoy in Turkey (...)
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenine (photo) said that his country has no explicit evidence of Hezbollah’s involvement in the bombing attack against an Israeli bus in Burgas.
According to the minister, this case can not support Hezbollah’s inclusion in the European Union list of terrorist organizations.
The X-47B drone, the size of an F/A-18 is operated from an aircraft carrier.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama is going all out, but neither he nor any other President of the United States can promise the total defeat of terror, because "We will never erase the evil that lies in the hearts of some human beings." He announced this in his speech on the "comprehensive counterterrorism strategy." 
Despite the setbacks suffered by Al Qaeda and its affiliates, "the threat today is (...)
In the course of its investigation into the Reyhanlı bombings (11 May 2013), the Turkish police conducted on Monday, 27 May 2013, a series of raids on the homes of Al-Nusra Front militants in Adana and Mersin. 12 suspects were arrested.
2 kg of sarin gas were found.
The Al-Nusra Front is the Levantine branch of Al-Qaida. The militants were preparing to use the sarin gas inside both Turkey and Syria. Sarin gas is a chemical weapon banned by the United Nations in 1991.
This discovery comes (...)
Two FBI special agents, Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw, lost their lives during a training exercise in Virginia Beach, May 20, 2013. The two men were trying to rope down from a helicopter onto a ship. But due to weather difficulties, they fell into the water and died as a result of the impact.
Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw, alongside Richard Deslauriers, were part of the FBI team in charge of the Boston marathon bombing investigation. They were involved in the arrest of the (...)
In the first part, geopolitical analyst William Engdahl discussed the role of CIA’s Graham Fuller in creating the policy of using angry Jihadist Muslims as trained terrorists in Afghanistan and elsewhere against the Soviet Union. Herein—largely drawing on the revelations made by FBI whistle-blower Sibel Edwards—Engdahl throws the spotlight on the entire CIA-sponsored Islamic Jihadist operations run through Fetullah Gülen across Turkey into Central Asia and Russia and China.
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It is a great honor to return to the National Defense University. Here, at Fort McNair, Americans have served in uniform since 1791 — standing guard in the earliest days of the Republic, and contemplating the future of warfare here in the 21st century.
For over two centuries, the United States has been bound together by founding documents that defined who we are as Americans, and served as our compass through every type of change. Matters of war (...)
Are there too many coincidences in the Boston Bombings official narrative to call them coincidences? Behind each one lurks the shadow of Graham Fuller—a top CIA strategist who famously advocated co-opting Islamic extremists to further advance the US agenda in Central Asia—and his cozy ties with the accused brothers’ uncle. William Engdahl delves into the ramifications of the Fuller-Tsarni connection, the most compelling of the Boston smoking guns, and the threatening can of worms it has opened up.
Axis for Peace
The Yugoslav Caldron
How US Propaganda Created a Myth
Debunking the Islamic Trail
"Before our very eyes"
"Before our very eyes"
"Before our eyes"
Propaganda and terrorism