United States takes revenge against the axis of resistance and the victor over terrorism

Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Commander Qasem Soleimani killed by American terrorist attack: the vicious United States takes revenge against the Axis of Resistance and The Victor over terrorism

What happened? 

This Friday morning, the 3th of January, the United States carried out one of their most heinous crimes yet which plunges not only the Middle East but the whole world in an extremely dangerous situation, possibly bringing it to the edge of war. This morning, the United States assassinated the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Commander Qasem Soleimani, the deputy chief of the Iraqi Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF) Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis as well as other members of the PMF with a targeted airstrike near Baghdad International Airport.

Who was Major-General Qassem Soleimani?

Major-General Qassem Soleimani was born in 1957 in Qanat-e Malek, Kerman province, Iran.
Following the victory of the Iranian Islamic revolution in 1979, he joined the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
During the imposed Iraqi war on Iran (1980 - 1988), he led numerous battles leading to victory.
Later on Major-General Qassem Soleimani was appointed as the chief of the The Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force where he became well known in the battle against foreign interventions in the region and organising and assisting the allies of the axis of resistance against the foreign interventionist agressors and occupiers.
When these foreign interventionist nations, mainly the United States and Israel, allied with Takfiri and Wahhabi terrorist groups, Major-General Qassem Soleimani led Iranian military advisers assisting the Syrian and Iraqi army in their fight against these terrorists and foreign occupation. In this role he became a legend because of his excellent strategic talents and insights.

Fisk uncovers evidence proving Saudi regime's involvement in buying and delivering weapons to terrorists in Syria

LONDON, (ST)- More evidence has surfaced to reveal the involvement of the Saudi regime in buying and delivering weapons to the terrorist organizations in Syria.

In an article published by the UK's "The Independent" Newspaper, British writer and journalist Robert Fisk said that "hundreds of mortars along with their shipment documents and factory instructions were found in one of the hideouts of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization in Aleppo. The papers indicate that these weapons were made in the Bosnian village of Novi Travnik.

"One of the shipment papers carried the dispatcher’s name: Ifet Krnjic," Fisk said, clarifying that he travelled to Bosnia to meet this person and ask him how these weapons arrived to Syria. 

 Krnjic acknowledged that his signature was on one of these documents and said that the Saudis had sent these weapons, specifically a Saudi minister and three Saudi army officers who had visited Krnjic at the factory.

The prominent British journalist went on to say that he tried to show these documents and facts to the Saudis, but they denied everything as if the documents and the mortars were fake.

A Second Whistle Blown on the OPCW’s Doctored Report

DECEMBER 03 ,2019

BY JEREMY SALT/ Herlad Tribune

After the British Daily Mail has recently revealed that a leaked email pointed out the manipulation of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)of  a report on an alleged chemical attack in Douma in 2018, the American Herald Tribune confirmed that the mail exposes the  fraudulent nature of the organization's report on the alleged attack.

Inas Abdulkareem

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British journalist shows tragedies of people maimed by the western sponsored terrorists in Syria’s Aleppo

Although Aleppo city has regained its bustle since the liberation of most of its neighborhoods from foreign-backed al-Qaeda terrorist by the Syrian army in 2016, there are desperate attempts by those terrorists, who are still hiding out in the northern, western and southwestern sides of the city, to paralyze the movement in some streets there and to turn the ancient city again into a field of battle.

The British journalist Vanessa Beeley, who is now in Aleppo city, said in a post she published on her Facebook account that there is graffiti on a wall warns people not to cross a street in Khalediyah neighborhood because snipers lie in wait to pick civilians off like rabbits.

More than half of Americans support Trump's removal

NEW YORK (ST) - More than half of Americans support investigations to dismiss President Donald Trump, according to a new poll conducted by the Wall Street Journal and NBC network.

According to the poll, more than 53 % of respondents said they supported Trump's removal measures and expressed dissatisfaction with his performance. The Democrats occupy the highest percentage in supporting the investigations at 89% compared to 58% of independents and 9% of Republicans. 

Czech website says it is difficult to find a citadel that is more wonderful than the Krac des Chevaliers

PRAGUE, (ST)- A Czech website, that is interested in ancient history, affirmed in a report on Monday that is difficult to find a citadel that is more wonderful than al-Hosn citadel (Krac des Chevaliers) in Syria's Homs.

The  Czech "Historical Moments" website said that the specialty of al-Hosn citadel is not only due to the nature of the large and greatly fortified building, but also due to the fact that it is located in an area that has witnessed the oldest civilizations.

The report focused on the stages of building the citadel, explaining that it is built on an area of 3 hectares and it can accommodate about 4000 soldiers. The report clarified that this area is very big compared to that on which the biggest citadel in the Czech Republic was built, which is one hectare.

Suicide kills more US soldiers than combat operations

WASHINGTON, (ST)-  The "New York Times" has unveiled that suicide cases among the American army personnel have increased and that the number of the soldiers who commit suicide has become bigger than that of the soldiers killed in wars.

An opinion article, "Suicide Has Been Deadlier Than Combat for the Military" by journalist Carol Giacomo, a member of the newspaper editorial board the newspaper's, revealed that suicide rates for active-duty service members and veterans are rising despite the fact that the US government has invested $1 billion in seeking solutions.

According to the "New York Times", more than 45,000 veterans and active-duty service members have killed themselves in the past six years. That is more than 20 deaths a day — in other words, more suicides each year than the total American military deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq.