What President Nicolas Maduro Should Do Now

August 5, 2018 Arabi Souri 3

What President Nicolas Maduro should do now is exactly what the Western mainstream media is warning of and fearing: impose highest level of emergency law, if already in place then increase it, and literally ‘purge’ any figure who has ties with the US, UK, France, any other NATO member state, [Continue reading…]

Obama & AIPAC

bolivia nobelist obama crimes humanity

September 20, 2013 Arabi Souri 3

Barack Obama: Bolivia plans legal action against US President. The plans of Bolivia’s President Evo Morales for a legal action against U.S. President Barack Obama, also known as a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, will probably become very interesting, although such legal actions against the Nobelist Obama will certainly lead to [Continue reading…]

Syrian Soldiers in Daraa (Source: FNA)

Syria: US War Plans Result from Defeat of the Terrorists

September 6, 2013 Arabi Souri 9

Iran and Lebanon talk about Syria and the US threats. While some political analysts are more and more convinced that the US administration of President Obama will launch a war on Syria in the upcoming days – with or without the favoured result at the vote in the House of Representatives [Continue reading…]

Syrian Army discovers Saudi-made Chemical Containers (Source: FNA)

Venezuela and Cuba Oppose US-led Military Strike against Syria

September 2, 2013 Arabi Souri 2

Venezuela and Cuba oppose US-led military strike against Syria. The President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has sent a letter to the US President Barack Obama in order to urge him to stop any kind of war preparations against Syria and to forget about the military strike on Damascus because of [Continue reading…]

European Solidarity Front for Syria-Romania

Syria: Venezuela and Brazil Reject Any Foreign Interference

August 20, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

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.