The French state has finally accepted that torture was adopted during Algeria’s strive for independence.
In its recent spat with the Canadian government, measures taken by the Riyadh administration have been extreme.
All the sources and data on the subject indicate that the PYD, which endeavors to idealize its armed conflict in the guise of fighting a liberation war, systematically engages in child recruitment, which is mainly due to the obstacles the organization faces in mobilizing militants while proving that the PYD’s ideology does not address the masses in the region.
The Sisi regime in Egypt has now begun to target socialist and secular opposition in Egypt, attempting to wipe all kinds of opposition in the country.
What does Germany stand for? Freedom and liberalism or populism? Is this the Germany, which is being dreamt of and which is being constructed for the future? Are universal values being sacrificed for short-term political scores and gains?
How can a terrorist organization be “feminist” when the majority of its suicide bombers are women?
A U.S. military intervention far from the realities of the geopolitics of the Syrian crisis would not have an effective result.
The presidential elections in Egypt in March 2018 is a new step toward consolidating the oppressive regime, which was established with a global political support rather than a step towards democratization.
Not only Arabs but also Turkmens, Kurds and Assyrians have suffered from the PYD’s forced migration policy in Syria. The displaced people, now living in very hard conditions, are dreaming of the day they will return to their homes.
On March 12, the Assad regime cut Eastern Ghouta into three distinct parts, to capture southern Hammuriyah, where it also conducted attacks, including poison gas attacks, on civilian areas.