Steven Sahiounie is a Syrian American award-winning journalist based in Syria. He is specialized on the Middle East. He has also appeared on TV and radio in Canada, Russia, Iran, Syria, China, Lebanon, and the United States.
It is the Republicans and older voters who share Biden’s blind support of war crimes and genocide in Gaza.
Israeli citizens will benefit as much as Palestinians if a just and peaceful solution can be found.
The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations has refused to ask for a ceasefire in Gaza to save lives, after more than 12,000 civilians have died, and half are children.
In the face of millions of protesters across the world, we still have never once heard Biden call for a ceasefire.
The world is watching Gaza, and the contrasts between Gaza and Idlib are striking, writes Steven Sahiounie.
The U.S. has no friends, only interests. America is the first to teach the lesson: “Treaties are made to be broken.”
The church was sheltering 500 Christians and Muslims who had lost their homes in previous airstrikes.
Samantha Power, Presidents Obama and Biden, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken do not care about Armenia, or Armenians wherever they are.
China and Russia are united on the global stage, and that’s clear in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.
Suwayda is just the newest proposed project in a long list of U.S. regime change projects which have resulted in dividing a sovereign nation into small pieces.