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US drones killed thousands of innocent people under the silence of the international community: The Sun

So many horrible crimes have been committed by the US military through conducting drone attacks in several countries including Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia under the pretext of “fighting terrorism”.

Thousands of civilians, including women and children were killed in these attacks under the silence of the international community which has been ignoring the savage massacres of the US army.

Brandon Bryant, 34, was a drone sensor operator in the US Air Force between 2006 and 2011.

He has unveiled to “The Sun” newspaper horrible details about the American army’s program in operating these drones in order to kill innocent people in several countries with complete disregard to their identities or ages.

A British Journalist affirms that Western Media spreads lies about reality in Syria

The British Journalist  Vanessa Beeley criticized today the Western media coverage of the events in Syria, noting that they spread many lies about what is going on there, particularly with regard to the Syrian Arab Army operations against terrorist organizations.

In an article published by the Canadian Global Research website, Beeley pointed out that the most flagrant lie by the western media is their attempt to abuse the Syrian Arab army and portray it in a bad light.

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Syrian army’s advance in Aleppo and Idleb puts Turkish regime in an embarrassing position

It seems that Turkey is very concerned about Syrian army’s advance in the countryside of Idleb and Aleppo, an advance that has covered over 300  square kilometers so far. The army is now very close to Saraqib city after recapturing Ma’arret al-No’aman city, which is one of al-Nusra Front terrorists’ major stronghold.

Saraqib city is at the junction of the main international roads in Syria where M5 [ Damascus-Aleppo road] and M4 [ Aleppo-Lattakia road] are linked . The road from Saraqib city  leads to Ariha and Idleb city, according to a report published by Beirut-based al-Mayadeen TV channel .

How terrorist groups occupied Ma'arret al-No'aman city and two strategic camps in Ideb

More than 7 years have passed since the occupation of Ma'arret al-No'aman city in south Idleb by armed terrorist groups.

Now, the Syrian army units are just several hundreds meters away from this city, which is one of the biggest cities in Idleb province.

In October 2012, the armed terrorists affiliated to the so-called the 'Free Army' occupied the city of Ma'arret al-No'aman after 4 days of heavy clashes with the Syrian army units, which withdrew then towards the camps of Wadi al-Def and Hamdeyeh.

Swedish report: According to documents, Erdogan is linked to Al-Qaeda and supports terrorism in Libya

Stockholm ,ST-  A new affirmation about  the cooperation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with terrorist organizations in the region and supporting them  logistically and militarily . A report published on the Swedish Nordic Monitor website revealed intelligence documents proving the existence of close ties between Erdogan and the terrorist organization Al Qaeda in Libya.

The leaked intelligence documents published by the website show that  Erdogan over the past years used to transfer  terrorists between Syria and Libya  aiming at destroying Syria. As these documents confirm Erdogan's relationship in 2012 when he was prime minister with what is known as "Ben Ali" terrorist organization in Libya and its leader called Abd al-Azeem  Ali Musa bin Ali, affiliated with al-Qaeda. Musa bin Ali participated in transferring  terrorists and weapons from Libya to Syria via Turkey over the past years, which was also confirmed by a Turkish police report dating back to the same year.

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.