Why Do we Have Poverty In Iraq

Why Do we Have Poverty In Iraq

For a country that is considered one of the greatest countries in exporting Fuel and the country that has one of the largest archaeologist sites and thousands of years back in history why does it have that great numbers suffering from  poverty among people and young children ???? Read More »

Stop Fighting Each other !

Stop Fighting Each other !

’Jihadist’ Infighting in Syria is ’Sedition’: Ayman al Zawahiri the succesor of bin laden said on a recorded video   Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri has told “the  fighting  militant groups in Syria to accept independent “Islamic arbitration” to end three months of fighting”however  these 3 months  of fighting have resulted in the death of more than 3 thousand militants. Militant groups in Syria, including the Islamic Front and Al-Qaeda’s newsest sect  Al-Nusra Front, have been in fierce fighting with the  Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) since January.         Read More »

Miscellaneous News

Miscellaneous News

My own Picture: While burning Egypt One of the pages that support the FSA al Quada posts a picture saying they captured some Hizbollah forces when they didn’t notice that these members where captured by isreal and then freed and that the third person in the picture in the man who have been in the isrelian prison for 60 years and then freed By Hzbollah Abducted Iranian Border Guards Freed in Pakistan                   Egypt has barred entry to a Lebanese activist who wanted to deliver a petition against a court’s death sentences for 529 alleged rioters, an official with the activist’s group said Friday. Wissam Tarif, a member of the US-based Avaaz human rights organization, was detained at Cairo airport for several hours and put on a flight back to Lebanon, said the group’s spokesman Sam Barratt Read More »

Hezbollah Has Many Possibilities When it Comes to Responding

Hezbollah Has Many Possibilities When it Comes to Responding

Former Israeli navy chief Vice Admiral Eliezer Marom said that Hezbollah has settled the account with the Zionist entity, noting that the resistance” feels that the score is tied”. In remarks published by Israeli daily Jerusalem Post on Thursday, the Israeli V.-Adm noted that the “an alleged air strike on a Hezbollah convoy ferrying advanced weapons from Syria to Lebanon, touched off a series of attempts by Hezbollah to ‘settle scores’ with Israel.” Hezbollah seems to have signaled that it has accomplished its goal with the latest attack, which wounded four members of an army patrol on the Golan border on March 18, JP quoted Marom as saying. “Five of the alleged air strikes were reportedly on Syrian territory, and the weapons that were attacked were in the possession of the Syrian army. The latest attack on a weapons transit, if Israel carried it out, targeted arms in Hezbollah’s possession. This changes things.” For Syrian President Bashar Assad, he “has no interest in confronting us, he is busy with the rebels. With Hezbollah, it’s a different story. This is a terrorist organization that cannot allow itself to not respond to strikes on it. Its justification for its existence is resistance to Israel. Also, Hezbollah is Iran,” Marom explained. If Israel was indeed behind the air strikes, those who ordered it would likely have assumed that a direct strike on Hezbollah is different from previous air strikes in Syria, Marom added. “Hezbollah has many possibilities when it comes to responding. They ... Read More »

Is This Hamas’s New Joke

Is This Hamas’s New Joke

The Arabic text says, ” Al-Qods, is waiting for men.” With these guys? huh, it’s a joke! #Gaza kidnapped by#Qatar, only #Zionist allies: #Erdogan#Haniyeh #BinKhalifa #KaledMeshal, #AlQods dead. Really what a joke,Al Qods needs true Arabs true theists not American Rats. Now,not to forget that Hamas,the so called Palestinian resistance is nothing but a traitor who betrayed  the SAA and Hizbollah Read More »

Is Al Sisi a New Mubarak ?

Is Al Sisi a New Mubarak ?

Cairo: Why now? Public opinion professor at Cairo University, Safwat al-Alim, asked the question in a live interview with Liliane Dawood on Egyptian channel OnTV’s program, al-Soura al-Kamila. Alim was concerned with the sudden enthusiasm of the Egyptian Ministry of Information to announce a code of ethics for the media only hours after Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi announced his candidacy for the Egyptian presidential elections.  “Why wasn’t the ministry enthusiastic about this issue in the past nine months, which witnessed absolute chaos since the fall of the Mursi regime?” he asked. The Egyptian media has not had a code of ethics all its life and the necessity to have one grew to be even more important following the January 25 Revolution. However, its establishment in this manner, without preparation, and by the initiative of Information Minister Durriya Sharafeddin, rather than from civil society and the media warranted the question: Why now? Does it actually aim to control Egyptian media in the weeks leading up to the presidential elections? But if the code is adopted against the will of journalists, would the government be able to handle accusations that any penalties imposed on TV stations or newspapers are because they opposed the frontrunner candidate Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi? Although Sisi’s supporters are certain he will win the presidency in the first round of elections, and although Hamdin Sabahi, his main competitor, lacks media support, this does not mean that Sisi’s supporters can control everything that happens in the coming days.   This is not due ... Read More »