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Syrian children walk past a damaged van at the site of helicopter gunfire which reportedly killed nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey, where "groups linked to the Islamic State (IS) group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria, on October 27, 2019. The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leade News
A Reminder Following Baghdadi's Death: 'The Terrorists We're Killing Today Are the Terrorists We Created Yesterday'
"Nobody is better than the U.S. at killing terrorists. Nobody is better than the U.S. at creating terrorists."
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The late Jamal Khashoggi, pictured speaking during POMED's "Mohammed bin Salman's Saudi Arabia: A Deeper Look." News
One Year After Khashoggi Murder, Chorus of Demands for Saudi Govt. to Face Consequences
"Despite the backlash directed at the kingdom, the Saudis haven't faced serious consequences for the slaying of Khashoggi or its slaughter of civilians in Yemen."
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The United States of... American Exceptionalism and Overseas Meddling
On living in a nation of political narcissists
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Fire the Nutcases Leading Us to War
Trump is playing with fire by making threats against Iran, Syria, Venezuela, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and China. He appears well on the way to a major war by either plan or accident.
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Not only did the vaccine drive have an ulterior motive, it wasn’t even a real vaccine drive. (Photo: Screengrab from a Pakistani PSA urging parents to vaccinate their children against polio—via Washington Post.) Views
WaPo Must Acknowledge CIA Role in Pakistan Polio Crisis
It’s common moral sense that to prevent future problems, one must have an accurate and true accounting of how these problems were created
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The administration’s plan is clear: keep beating the twin drums of terrorism and nuclear threat. Bolton and Pompeo will use both to justify more sanctions and more provocations. (Photo: Wikicommons) Views
The Path to War with Iran Is Paved With Sanctions
Trump officials will cherry-pick information, package it, and amplify it across a willing echo chamber—exactly as the Bush administration did in the lead up to the Iraq war
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A war against Iran could easily spread to the Gulf and the Levant. The entire region could go up in flames.(Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Hawks Clamoring to Attack Iran
The massive destruction of Iraq and the horrendous human and material cost the American “liberation” caused for the country will be child’s play compared to what could happen if Trump and his Israeli and Saudi allies decide to attack Iran
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Killing for Credibility: A Look Back at the 1999 NATO Air War on Serbia
Twenty years later, Operation Allied force has been all but forgotten in the United States. It should not be.
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A serious discussion about terrorism that would permit questions over whether aspects of American foreign policy can qualify as terrorism would strike at the core of the media’s own preferred ideological narrative. (Photo: FAIR) Views
‘What Is Terrorism?’ NYT Asks—but Offers No Answers
The credibility of the United States' War on Terror depends on the unchallenged assumption that the United States is not a terrorist state
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Afghan security officials inspect the scene of a 2017 suicide car bombing in Kandahar province. (Photo: AP) Views
A Brief History of Our Longest, Most Futile War
The grand plan to transform Afghanistan into a democracy by force was a U.S. imperial fantasy
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