Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad formed a new government on Wednesday, two months after his re-election, leaving key ministries untouched as a brutal war continues to ravage his country. The new line-up includes 11 new ministers, but leaves Prime Minister ... Asian Age, 3 days ago
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Istanbul-based Stephen Starr is the author of and lived in Syria for five years until February 2012. Everyone is welcome, including Britain and the United States, to take action against ISIS... with a prior full co-ordination with the Syrian ...Globe and Mail, 4 days ago Syria's Assad Aided the Rise of ISIL The Patriot Post, 4 days ago Assad no longer main threat in Syria Deutsche Welle, 1 week ago LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In Iraq and Syria, pair with the lesser evil Washington Times, 2 weeks ago
The United States said Tuesday it would not co-ordinate with the government of President Bashar al-Assad on targeting Islamic State (IS) militants on Syrian territory, as preparations for possible air strikes gathered pace. U.S. President Barack ...Globe and Mail, 5 days ago Syria opens doors in war on Islamic State Asian Age, 6 days ago 'Assad Policies Aided Rise of Islamic State Militant Group' National Review, 6 days ago Islamic State: Who supports the jihadist group? BBC, 3 hours ago
A year after shelving plan to airstrike Assad forces, the US faces a similar predicament in Syria after declaring to do what is necessary against the Islamic State in the wake of the gruesome killing of James Foley Exactly a year ago, President ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago CBS World News: Is it too risky to bomb ISIS inside Syria right now? CBS News, 14 hours ago Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Is Obama a hawk or a dove? Daily Kos, 1 day ago Another 'red line'? Obama again considers airstrikes in Syria Yahoo! News, 4 days ago
Abdel-Majed Abdel Bary has been linked with Jihad John, the man who beheaded American Journalist James Foley At some stage, a vigorous and viable response to the threat posed by the Islamic State was always going to be necessary. The jihadists' ...New Zealand Herald, 3 days ago Editorial: Confronting Islamists New Zealand Herald, 3 days ago
The former head of the British Army says the West should consider negotiating with Syria's president to tackle Islamic State (IS) forces in Syria and Iraq. Lord Dannatt said the time may have come to talk to Bashar al Assad about collaborating in ...Sky News Australia, 1 week ago Must Syria's Assad be part of the west's fight against IS? Channel 4, 1 week ago 'It's time to talk to Assad': Ex Army chief Lord Dannatt says West must work with Syrian dictator to defeat ISIS... as France slams UK for blocking air strikes last year Capital Bay, 1 week ago IS Threat: 'West May Have To Talk To Syria' Sky News, 1 week ago
Britain has ruled out any alliance with Syrian president Bashar Assad to combat the threat posed by Islamic State (IS) extremists. The Government has come under pressure to contemplate working with the Assad regime to tackle the militants ...MSN UK, 1 week ago Hammond rules out Assad alliance Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
As was expected, and as I predicted in an article last week, the Assad regime rushed to try and exploit the war on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) to serve its own interests. This time, it was Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Al-Mouallem who ...Asharq Al Awsat, 5 days ago Opinion: Assad's ISIS Gambit Asharq Al Awsat, 1 week ago
Some security experts are cautioning the administration about its anti-Assad stance, even as the US begins surveillance flights over Syria in anticipation of possible expanded US action against the Islamic State. Kurdish peshmerga troops deploy ...Christian Science Monitor, 5 days ago Viewpoints: How to defeat Islamic State group BBC, 2 weeks ago
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The swift and dramatic rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the group's de facto transformation from a terrorist organization into a terrorist government with a potent army is daunting and scary. But it's not totally ...Huffington Post, 5 days ago Innokenty (Kes) Grekov: John McCain: Bomb Assad Yesterday, Bomb Jihadists Today Huffington Post, 4 days ago
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