Since September 16, 2014, ISIS is attacking the town of Kobani which has been serving as the capital of the de-facto autonomous region self-administered by Syrian Kurds. Although their fierce resistance does matter and got a political impact, eventually they are doomed to fail for ISIS is disposing over far superior equipment. Turkey is idly... Continue Reading →
Palestinians Say Boycott Israel Movement Is a Path to Peace | TIME.
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02656/syria-white-house_ Syria crisis: US reacts to British vote and setback for Obama Britain’s withdrawal from military strikes against Syria is seen in the United States as a major setback undermining President Barack Obama’s efforts to build an alliance against the Assad regime. .
A few days ago it looked like the United States would be bombing Syria by now. The more pressure we can put on the Obama administration, the better. via Americans Don't Want A War in Syriaâ€”And They're Working Hard to Prevent One | Alternet.
Emily Yates, the veteran, was playing the banjo at the Independence Mall in Philadelphia before she was detained. via Iraq War Vet Arrested While Playing a Banjo at Protest Against Syria Attack | Alternet.
“As international support for Obama’s decision to attack Syria has collapsed, along with the credibility of government claims, the administration has fallen back on a standard pretext for war crimes when all else fails: the credibility of the threats of the self-designated policeman of the world,” said Chomsky. “[T]hat aggression without UN authorization would be... Continue Reading →
US adds new Iran oil targets to sanction list - Americas - Al Jazeera English.