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Tag Archives: Bashar Assad
Anyone following the news out of the Middle East nowadays is bound to be confused. In fact I wouldn’t be surprised if the governments of all the above countries were equally confused. Let’s just have a look at some recent … Continue reading
I was planning to write about the Syrian civil war some time ago but then events in Israel overtook me. Make no mistake, the “knife intifada” – which includes stones, rocks and car-rammings too – is still ongoing, but it’s … Continue reading
There’s a fair bit of news out there which I’ve wanted to catch up on but I ran out of time during the week, so here’s a quick summary of the main points I missed. The big news of this … Continue reading
A missile or mortar hit a civilian car on the Israeli side of the border on the Golan Heights, killing a 15 year old Israeli and severely injuring his father and 4 others: At least one person is dead and … Continue reading
The (Ig)Nobel Peace Prize awarded to chemical arms watchdog – before they have accomplished their task
In the Orwellian fashion similar to that with which we are so familiar at the UN, the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to an organization that has yet done anything to deserve it. This year it is the … Continue reading