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.
An extensive network of tunnels, including a field hospital, was built by NATO engineers in 2015 with cement manufactured especially by Lafarge , for the jihadists, in violation of international law and the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.
The complex was abandoned in the face of the advancing Syrian army and has just been destroyed by the Russian army.
Let us recall that, contrary to Western propaganda, from 2011 to 2016 NATO had supervised the construction of underground (...)
On instructions from my country’s Government, I should like to convey to you the following information.
On 24 September 2014, more than six years ago, the Security Council adopted resolution 2178 (2014) at its summit-level meeting, in order to address the problem of foreign terrorist fighters. The adoption of that resolution was an important development in the evolution of international counter-terrorism instruments and gave hope that international efforts to address this problem, which (...)
France realises a little late that the jihadists who have carried out attacks on its soil and others who are preparing new ones are supported by foreign states, military allies within NATO. The refusal to draw conclusions in terms of foreign policy makes the bill to combat Islamism of little use.
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Thank you, Wang Xiyue, for that very kind introduction and those remarkable words, words that were your own. We’re blessed to have you here today.
Look, as a lot – as you said, a lot of people worked really hard to get you home. America never gives up. We never give in. We never leave anybody behind.
We work, every day and every hour – we will continue to do so – to bring back every American held hostage in Iran, all over – and all over the world back to their (...)
The Turkish nationalist organization Gray Wolves has attempted for the third time this week to organize anti-Armenian pogroms in France (in the urban centers of Dijon, Lyon and Vienne).
The demonstrators were chanting “Allah Akbar!" and "Death to the Armenians!". They were dispersed by security forces.
The Gray Wolves are the paramilitary wing of the Turkish Nationalist Action Party (MHP). They define themselves as neofascists, anti-communists, anti-Greeks, anti-Kurds, anti-Armenians, (...)
Speaking before AKP members of parliament in Ankara on 28 October 2020, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan denounced a new international campaign against Islam.
In 2005, he had opposed the US-backed "War of Civilizations" project and launched, together with Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Zapatero, the "Alliance of Civilizations", which subsequently became a UN initiative. Fifteen years later, we find him as Protector of the Muslim Brotherhood with financial support from Qatar.
Joint statement by the Members of European Council
We, European Leaders, are shocked and saddened by the terrorist attacks in France.
We condemn in the strongest possible terms these attacks which represent attacks on our shared values.
We stand united and firm in our solidarity with France, with the French people and the Government of France – in our common and continued fight against terrorism and violent extremism.
We call on Leaders around the world to work towards dialogue and (...)
The Russian Foreign Ministry lined up several of its heavyweights to have them denounce the danger that the jihadi presence in Azerbaijan represents for Russia itself.
Turkey continues to deny having anything to do with it, yet it is gearing up for a Russian response in occupied northern Syria. She started evacuating her military post in Morek (Idlib governorate) while strengthening her presence in the other twelve bases.
Armenia, which until now, under the leadership of Prime Minister (...)
On 11 October 2020, the National Assembly of the Republic of Arstakh adopted a motion regarding the entry of jihadists from Syria, Iraq and Libya to Nagorno-Karabakh.
It invites Armenia, Iran and Russia to create a common anti-terrorist body.
Experience has shown that once jihadism has spread to a geographic area, it is no longer enough to eliminate those who profess it in order to restore peace. Jihadism is not only a military form of combat, it is in itself an ideology that its fighters (...)
Turkish Intelligence Officer Feyyaz Ö., who was in charge of liaising with a US agency, spontaneously presented himself to the Austrian police on 15 September 2020. He revealed that he had received orders to eliminate three of that country’s political figures. .
With Austria having tipped off Germany about the ongoing investigation, it was discovered that the Turkish secret services (Millî İstihbarat Teşkilatı - MIT) operate a gigantic network in Europe, greater than that of the Russian, or even (...)
According to incoming reports, militants from illegal armed units are being moved to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone from Syria and Libya to take a direct part in the hostilities.
We are seriously concerned about this development that not only escalates tensions in the conflict zone but also creates long-term security threats for all countries in the region.
We urge the leaders of the interested states to take effective measures to prevent the use of foreign terrorists and mercenaries (...)
According to Armenia’s Ambassador to Moscow, Vardan Toganyan, ahead of the clashes Turkey deployed 4,000 jihadists from northern Syria to Azerbaijan, where they received training before attacking Nagorno-Karabakh.
Since the beginning of the year, Turkey has been drawing on its reserve of Syria-based jihadists to support the Muslim Brotherhood in Tripoli, the Libyan capital, against the Tobruk-Benghazi (...)
On instructions from our respective Governments, we are writing to you in response to the statement made by the Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations before the Security Council through video link at the Council’s open debate on the situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question, on 21 July 2020, as well as to the letter dated 18 August 2020 from the Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Security Council (...)
Further to my previous letters regarding the blockade of Qatar and the illegal and discriminatory measures that have been imposed against it since 5 June 2017, and upon instructions from my Government, I should like to apprise you of the ongoing efforts of Qatar to appeal to United Nations and international legal institutions, with a view to resolving situations precipitated by the failure of the blockading States to comply with international instruments and mechanisms. That failure has (...)
The war in Afghanistan was officially launched to avenge the attacks of September 11, 2001. However, it had been prepared beforehand. For two decades, we have been explaining in these columns that it is the first in a long series of wars aimed at destroying all state structures in the broader Middle East (Rumsfeld/Cebrowski strategy) in order to control the exploitation of natural resources. The war, which was supposed to last two weeks, has been going on for 19 years. It is planned to last as long as possible. Today, personalities linked to the Pentagon are sabotaging President Trump’s partial withdrawal.
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