Though no one can disagree that Iran is dangerous, an argument can be made that Saudi Arabia is equally dangerous… (archive https://archive.ph/6Jg7B)read more
Published by Reuters on 16-November-2017
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanon’s Saad al-Hariri is expected to leave Saudi Arabia for France within 48 hours, before flying home to Beirut to officially submit his resignation as Lebanese prime minister, a source close to Hariri told Reuters on Thursday.
Hariri announced his resignation in a televised broadcast from Saudi Arabia on Nov. 4, and has not yet returned to Lebanon.
He said on Wednesday he would return soon.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun tweeted on Thursday that he hoped the country’s political crisis was over following Hariri’s acceptance of the French invitation.
When a mathematical analysis is considered of Palestinians killed in conflict during the last 50 years it is an unpalatable fact that at least 5 TIMES MORE PALESTINIANS HAVE BEEN KILLED BY ‘BROTHER’ ARAB/MUSLIM ARMIES AND MILITIAS than their supposed enemy the Jewish State of Israel. Paradoxically, however, the Palestinian leadership — Hamas in Gaza and the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank — both have Charters only calling for Jew extermination. Perhaps they should concentrate on their real enemies – Syria, Russia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, and Pakistan – yes?read more
This is a repost, in full, from Breibart. Frances Martel has broken Hillary’s negative influences into 5 categories – Migrant Crisis, Emboldened Autocrats, Emboldened Corruption, Jihadist Boom and Collapse of State. These are her “accomplishments” that neither her own campaign won’t talk about and the Main Stream Media dare not talk about. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton – as senator, secretary of state, and active partner in the Clinton Foundation – has had the…read more
During the past 39 years, I have witnessed various Iranian opposition groups and Iranian TV channels in Los Angeles keep popping up, one after another, but none united.
Each group had its own agenda, yet the common denominator among all of them was “regime change.”read more