Not surprisingly, BBC omits Iran’s involvement and activities in Bosnia in this report, and the active complicity of the U.S. and Germany and other Western powers in facilitating this extremist incursion into the Balkans, in part as a means of destroying the former Yugoslavia, and dismantling its military. Youtube notes: Published on Jul 4, 2015 20 years ago in the civil war …
“Every place that I went. Every person I spoke to, I asked this question to them. Without hesitation, they said there are no moderate rebels. Who are these moderate rebels that people keep speaking of?”
“The call I heard from the Syrian people was for the United States to stop arming these terrorists.” — U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard
“This group of people will turn crazy violent if they don’t get what they want so you should let them in.” #MuslimBan
“How to make terrorists:
1. Ban everyone from a certain group from entering the country.
2. Wait. ”
This development is especially intriguing in light of the recent meeting Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, had with President Bashar Al- Assad. Gabbard traveled to Syria apparently without the knowledge of senior Democrat Leadership. She was also one the very first politicians to meet with Republican President Donald Trump at Trump Tower following his election. …
“Assad and those around him are afraid of the Iranians,” said the official, claiming that members of the Syrian president’s inner circle were angry about Tehran’s treating Damascus like a colony.
“The regimes that are in power in the Arab and Islamic world are like dead bodies. They perished because of their weakness. The future belongs to the forces of Islam… I see no way out of the serious current circumstances other than the setting up of true Islamic society and of an Islamic state in …
Qatar is enslaving thousands of foreign workers to build the architectural wonders it plans to display at the World Cup. The wealthy Gulf kingdom has spared no expense, even if the cost is thousands of lives — the lives, that is, of poor foreign laborers from across the developing world. Toiling long hours in scorching desert heat, and housed in squalid, overcrowded labor …
“Current ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who succeeded al-Zarqawi, has benefited from Iran’s support for the organization, which includes fundraising.”