Saturday , 24 October 2020

Middle East

Rebel Financiers Flock to Northern Syria

Sheikhs in Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and across the Gulf are financing Syrian rebel groups. Those leading the fundraising efforts are making regular trips to northern Syria, taking advantage of the opportunity for photo ops with weaponry and prominent rebel beneficiaries for use as fundraising tools. One of the most prolific sheikhs involved in the financing effort, Hajaj al-Ajmi, along with his …

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Orthodox priests continue to be targeted by Syrian rebels

Today, the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy (IAO), which unites 29 countries, made a statement saying that according to information available, two Orthodox metropolitans have been killed in Syria during the past few months. For the time being, it is the only official statement providing information about victims among Christian clergymen. In their dialogue with the Voice of Russia, Archpriest Nikolai …

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Albanian Islamists from Kosovo Join Syrian War

In recent months, the “Albanian world,” which consists of five contiguous states (Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro), has been increasingly interested in what is happening in Syria and the controversy over whether Albanians should go fight there. This coincided with the growth of political Islam, which in the past few weeks expressed itself in an unprecedented way with the …

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Egypt Muslim Brotherhood ‘Western puppet’ regime served eviction notice (video)

Protesters in Egypt have stormed the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo – ransacking the building, and hurling furniture out the windows. That comes after some 20 million outraged citizens flooded cities across the nation, demanding the president step down by Tuesday – or face a mass rebellion. RT is joined by Neil Clark, a journalist focusing on the …

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Egypt’s military gives Morsi’s government 48 hours to ‘meet the demands of the people’

CAIRO — Egypt’s powerful military issued an ultimatum to the government of President Mohamed Morsi on Monday: resolve the crisis that has pitted hundreds of thousands of Morsi’s opponents against his supporters and ground this county to a political standstill—or the military will intervene. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi, commander of Egypt’s armed forces, said the military may soon take action to …

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