· May, 2007

Stories about Syria from May, 2007

Lebanon: On Syria in Iraq

  12 May 2007

Lebanese blogger Anton Efendi sheds light on the role Syria is playing in Iraq. “Reality is that Syria has zero assets inside Iraq. It has no influence over any Iraqi political group (here's a test, to contrast with Iran: name a single Iraqi politician that can be said to be...

Syria: Al Hurra Unclean?

  12 May 2007

Syrian blogger Wassim charges that Al Hurra is an American propaganda channel. “A lecturer of mine invited me to a talk that was being held by Al Hurra in London (a channel I despise) called the ‘Arab Europeans’. I will review it later and also about what I plucked up...

Lebanon: The Truth About Hezbollah

  2 May 2007

Lebanese blogger Anton Efendi sheds light on the role Hezbollah plays in Lebanon. “Hezbollah strives for one thing and one thing only: maintaining its armed status and parallel existence both within and above the system. Think Iran's Pasdaran. In other words, Hezbollah has not joined the political process in order...

Iraq: Underground Missile Cities in Saudi and Syria?

  2 May 2007

Iraqi blogger Lady Bird points the finger at Israel, accusing it of spreading propaganda about the presence of underground missile cities in both Syria and Saudi Arabia. “Don’t be surprised if soon the propaganda machine publishes maps of Syria’s Qasioun caves complex or Syrian trucks carry chemical labs,” she notes.

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