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The Donald Is Now America First’s Own Assassin

The Donald Is Now America First’s Own Assassin

By: David Stockman By the twisted logic of Imperial Washington you could say the Iranians were asking for it. After
Iraqi Parliament Backs Expulsion of US Troops: Background and What to Expect Next

Iraqi Parliament Backs Expulsion of US Troops: Background and What to Expect Next

The dramatic move to expel US troops followed nearly two weeks of violence and escalations which culminated in the US
UK Nuclear Sub ‘In Position To Strike Iran ’ Amid Tensions Over SOLEIMANI’S Killing

UK Nuclear Sub ‘In Position To Strike Iran ’ Amid Tensions Over SOLEIMANI’S Killing

Earlier on Sunday, about 50 members of the UK’s Special Air Service (SAS) were sent to Iraq to help with
Nasrallah : Expulsion Of U.S. Forces From Middle East Is APT Response To Assassination Of Soleimani

Nasrallah : Expulsion Of U.S. Forces From Middle East Is APT Response To Assassination Of Soleimani

The response to the assassination of Iran’s Quds Force Commander Maj. Gen. Soleimani will be the expulsion of U.S. forces
Erdogan :Turkish Military Started Moving To Libya

Erdogan :Turkish Military Started Moving To Libya

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealed on January 5 that Turkish military units had started moving to Libya to support
IRGC Commander Says 35 U.S. Targets, “Tel  Aviv” Within Iran’s Reach

IRGC Commander Says 35 U.S. Targets, “Tel Aviv” Within Iran’s Reach

35 U.S. targets in the Middle East and “Tel Aviv” are within the reach of Iranian forces, a senior Islamic
War With Iran Will Be Like Invading ‘Germany In World War 2’, Claims Royal Navy Admiral

War With Iran Will Be Like Invading ‘Germany In World War 2’, Claims Royal Navy Admiral

Tensions between the US and Iran are beginning to put the world on edge with the collapse of relations since
WHAT COMES NEXT AFTER THE US ASSASSINATION OF QASSEM SOLEIMANI? THE OPTIONS

WHAT COMES NEXT AFTER THE US ASSASSINATION OF QASSEM SOLEIMANI? THE OPTIONS

By Elijah J. Magnier The US did not plan to kill the vice commander of the Iraqi Hashd al-Shaabi brigade