Donald Trump abruptly announced Wednesday that the United States is pulling 2,000 troops out of Syria. Trump declared victory over ISIS in Syria and claimed that was the only reason why he was in Syria during his presidency. Within minutes of this announcement via Twitter by Trump lawmakers from both sides of the aisle and … Continue reading War Drums Bang Loudly As Trump Threatens To Withdraw Troops in Syria
Peace Action’s Senior Director for Policy and Political Affairs called it a grotesque irony when the House of Representatives led by Republicans attached a completely unrelated farm bill, to the bill seeking to end all U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen. This move led by Paul Ryan lacks dignity, morals, and awareness of the … Continue reading Lawmakers Use Farm Bill Ensuring Americans Are Fed To Block Yemen War Vote
A recent four-part documentary produced by Al Jeezra and published by the Electronic Intifada has revealed a network organized and funded by the Israeli Government within the United States targeting college students on U.S. campuses who support Palestinians. The Israeli government has set up and funded sub-campaigns of what they dub Information Superiority. These campaigns … Continue reading The Israeli Lobby Exposed
Violence in the port city of Hodeida erupted as the United States called for a cease-fire between the US-Saudi-led Coalition and Houthi Rebels in Northern Yemen, but instead of winding violence down in this conflict Yemen has seen its deadliest week in a long time. The port city of Hodeida is vital to … Continue reading US Calls For A Yemen Cease-Fire Publicly While Covertly Escalating The War
On October 24th, the bodies of two Saudi Arabian sisters identified as sixteen-year-old Tala Farea and twenty-two-year-old Rotana Farea were found on the rocky banks of the Hudson River in New York. The bodies of Tala Farea and Rotana Farea were gruesomely discovered 225 miles from their Virginia home duct taped together at the ankles … Continue reading What Happened To Saudi Sisters Tala & Rotana Farea?
According to the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project, the death toll from the war in Yemen is 56,000 deaths and not the widely asserted 10,000 deaths from the conflict as put forth by the United Nations. Journalist and researchers who have followed the growing humanitarian crisis in Yemen have often ridiculed the fact … Continue reading Over 50k Killed In The War In Yemen Since 2015
The Middle East Eye is reporting that a source within Saudi Arabia has exposed a Saudi death squad named the Tiger Squad that was involved in the Jamal Khashoggi assassination and also conducted numerous high profile assassination within the Kingdom itself. The source told MEE that the ruling family in Saudi Arabia was fed up … Continue reading Did The Saudi Crown Prince’s Tiger Squad Assassinate Jamal Khashoggi?