As of 16/8, my Facebook account has been reinstated. The power of positive thinking evidently works wonders. Much thanks to all.
Recently my Facebook profile, on which I was connected to around 5000 people, was closed down by Facebook. This has had some impact on my ability to do my job as a researcher and journalist, tho I have since … Continue reading →
19/7 On the night of August 9, 2006, our unit was ordered to cross the border and commence an operation into Marj Ayoun and El Khiam. It was the conclusion of a period of several days in which we had … Continue reading →
Key points Syria today is divided into areas of control. The Russian intervention means that the Assad regime can no longer be defeated militarily, except by a direct western military intervention against Assad which clearly will not happen. … Continue reading →
On October 13, 2015, two young Palestinian men affiliated with the Hamas movement, Baha Alian and Bilal Ranem, boarded the 78 bus in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv neighborhood. The two were residents of Jabel Mukaber, an adjoining Arab village. Alian was … Continue reading →
Jerusalem Post, 6/11 Syrian Bluff The west has conceded the continued existence of both Assad and Islamic State, despite attempts to create a different impression. Talks in Vienna last Friday intended to relaunch the diplomatic process on Syria produced predictably … Continue reading →