It’s not enough Turkish absolute dictator and Caliph wannabe Erdogan imported Al-Qaeda and its different branches like FSA, Nusra Front and ISIS to the Levant, his followers just took the crimes in his favor to a whole new level when they assassinated a prominent Dutch businessman of Turkish origins for opposing the [Continue reading…]
Syrians, Arabs and foreigners from friendly countries gathered in Romanian capital Bucharest to express solidarity for Syria against the war of terror launched against the sovereign country, its people, its army, its state and its heritage by the weirdest coalition of evil powers spanning from radical cavemen fanatics from Tora Bora [Continue reading…]
Turkey will probably never join the European Union (EU). While the Minister for the Affairs of the EU from Turkey, Egemen Bagis, has stated in a new article that Turkey may never become a member of the European Union (EU), the Iranian lawmaker and Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has announced that [Continue reading…]
Iran: US war threats on Syria aimed at protection of Israel. While the Iranian envoy to Beirut, Ghazanfar Roknabadi, stated during a meeting with the Lebanese Armenian Orthodox Church Leader, Aram I, that the US military threats against the Syrian nation are aimed at the protection of Israel in the Middle [Continue reading…]
British intelligence agency GCHQ: Espionage and Monitoring. The British intelligence agency GCHQ comes back into the centre of the current surveillance scandal about PRISM, Edward Snowden, NSA and XKeyscore – and it seems that the British spying agency (Government Communications Headquarters), based in Cheltenham, monitors and eavesdrops far more backbone connections [Continue reading…]
Iraqi-Syrian border: Security forces arrest further terrorists. While Iraqi security forces were able to arrest three terrorists at the Iraqi border to Syria, the governments of Brazil and Venezuela have in principle renewed their rejections of any foreign meddling and interference in the Syrian affairs.
Law, Policy & EU and PRISM. The U.S. intelligence service, the NSA, is in terms of finding names for its espionage projects either shockingly unimaginative or deliberately trying to allay the excitement about its surveillance and espionage programs by confusion.
The Council of the European Union (EU) has as the last legislative body of the European Union now also approved the draft directive on attacks against information systems, which could already pass the Parliament in Strasbourg in early June. Germany, for example, has a thematically similar “hacker law” since 2007.