President Al- Assad Not to Bow to Supporters of Terrorism in Negotiations


A Syrian political analyst underlined that President Bashar al-Assad will not abandon his rigid stance on the ongoing war against the foreign-backed terrorist groups in his country.

"Everyone knows that the Syrian president is a firm negotiator and he will not accept any solution that would harm Syria's sovereignty and territorial integrity; hence we consider war as the only solution to deal with the terrorist groups and their supporters," Syrian Political Researcher Kamal Fayaz told FNA on Sunday.

Putin to Turkish Envoy: “Tell Erdogan he can go to hell along with ISIL Terrorists”

Russian President Vladimir Putin broke the accepted diplomatic protocols and personally summoned Turkish Ambassador to Moscow Ümit Yardim, and warned him that the Russian Federation shall sever the diplomatic relations immediately unless Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan stops supporting ISIL terrorists in Syria, where Russia holds its last navy base in the Mediterranean sea, FNA reported.

The Independent: German Isis recruit reveal full horrors of his 'execution centre' ordeal

Ebrahim B finally woke up to the horrific reality of life in Isis in August last year. Locked in a blood-smeared cell in one the terror organisation’s “execution centres” somewhere in Syria, the 26-year-old German Tunisian from Wolfsburg was forced to listen to the sound of a fellow prisoner being decapitated.

With Nuke Deal, Iran Set to Become a Future World Power: Pepe Escobar

With the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 nations finalized at last, Tehran will be able to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. According to Sputnik contributor Pepe Escobar, the agreement could also prime the Islamic Republic to become "one of the powers of the future."

"Remember that in the past few days, [the US] was backtracking. And Obama, roughly a week ago, was saying the deal was less than 50/50," Asia Times correspondent Pepe Escobar told Radio Sputnik.

Yet, despite the uncertainty, negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 Nations – including China, Russia, France, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany – resulted in a comprehensive agreement.

Greece votes No

It's not just disaffected pensioners: young Greeks have worked out that they don't need the bloated EU

Despite the scaremongering and bullying from those in Brussels, we are waking today with Greece having delivered a resounding No, according to Nigel Farage, the Telegraph.

Isis in Palmyra

Isis in Palmyra: The two images that show what the so-called 'Islamic State' is doing to thousands of years of human knowledge

They are the images that show how far Palmyra has fallen. Once famous for its annual cultural festival, the UNESCO world heritage site was the backdrop for a video released by Isis this weekend purporting to show the murder of 25 Syrian soldiers.

When the Syrian government’s forces fell back and Isis captured the city on 20 May, concerns were divided between the ancient Roman ruins left behind and the civilians and captive soldiers who faced a massacre, according to Adam Withnall, the Independent.

US ‘created ISIL for sake of Zionism': Ex-CIA contractor

The United States is seeking to have a “never-ending war” in the Middle East which would make the countries there unable to stand up to Israel, says former CIA contractor Steven Kelley.

“The purpose of creating this group [ISIL] is to have a never-ending war in the region that serves several purposes, obviously, it’s going to break apart the countries and disrupt the people and reduce their ability to stand up to Israel,” he told Press TV on Tuesday.

Kelley went on to say that “the other thing is providing the constant flow of orders for weapons from the military-industrial complex back home, which of course is feeding a lot of money to the senators that are pushing for these wars.”

A new report said the Pentagon is paying monthly stipends to the so-called “moderate rebels" in Syria who are being trained to fight the ISIL Takfiri terrorists.