Syrian Kurds protest exclusion from constitutional committee
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Syrian Kurds protest exclusion from constitutional committee

With an invitation from the self-administration, and the participation of thousands of people, demonstrations took place to protest the exclusion of the self-administration areas in the committee. The biggest demonstration was in the city of Qamishli. Demonstrators expressed their discontent with the exclusion of the self-administration in the committee. They said the right of every […]

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John Stossel Interviews Tulsi Gabbard
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John Stossel Interviews Tulsi Gabbard

Welcome to the first Democratic debate Of Democrats polling well enough to be in the Presidential debates, one is clearly different: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard. Where is the conversation about peace? Gabbard served in Iraq, and now she pushes for ending wars. Every time we launch these interventionist regime change wars Every single one of us […]

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Iranian Revolution: 40 years later | IN 60 SECONDS
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Iranian Revolution: 40 years later | IN 60 SECONDS

1979 was a momentous year in the Middle East — the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty, Saddam Hussein becoming president of Iraq, and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. But in retrospect, the most significant event was the Iranian revolution, an anniversary we mark on February 11. The revolution removed the Shah, who had been our chief proxy […]

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How Powerful is Jordan’s King Abdullah II?

After an ISIS video was released of a Jordanian fighter pilot being executed, King Abdullah II of Jordan issued a quick and forceful military response. The monarch has since emerged as a force to be reckoned with. So who is King Abdullah II and why is everyone calling him the Warrior King? Prince Abdullah is […]

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