Decentralization is the only way to preserve Syria


Russia appears to be in favor of resolving the Syrian conflict through decentralization, which will see Damascus transfer some of its powers to local authorities, said Dr. Emre Ersen, calling this plan “the only way” to prevent the war-torn country from falling apart. “Currently Russia is trying to present itself as a mediator between different groups fighting in Syria. In order to do that it should appeal to non-Arab ethnic…


Political solution of Syrian crisis is closer: All hopes on meeting in Astana


On January 5th the official website of the United Nations published UN Security Council resolution number 2336, which was adopted on the night from December 31 to January 1. In this resolution approved the Russian-Turkish agreement on Syria. The draft resolution was unanimously adopted, although some of the members of the Council tried to give their interpretation of the adopted document. What does the resolution 2336 mean? It authorizes the…


Aleppo back to life: Russian army presented the Syrians ‘peace’ for Christmas (photos)


  Оn the night of 21st December thousands of people gathered in the streets of Aleppo to celebrate the great feast of Eid al-Milad al-Majid – i.e Christmas! Azizieh square, in western part of the city, which is under government control, its first Christmas tree-lighting. Balconies of houses around the square were festooned with Syrian and Russian flags, as hundreds of members of the Christian minority of what was once Syria’s biggest city, celebrated a return…


Turkey aims to establish in Syria a puppet state


The situation of ISIS and other groups in Syria remains in shambles. Assad’s army demonstrated heroism and high training level. Russian Aerospace Forces and the Russian Fleet held a new large-scale operation. Kurds and Turkey also have the success. However, the success of the latter can be «expensive» for everyone: Ankara clearly aimed at creating in Syria a new unrecognized quasi-state. On Tuesday, the Russian Aerospace Forces and the Russian…


SECRET DOCUMENTS: ISIS were decreed not to shoot down US coalition aircraft


There are some  photos of a decree by ISIS leaders instructing its fighters not to attack US-led coalition aircraft operating over Mosul and the surrounding area. The document, discovered in the recently-liberated Iraqi city of Bakhdida, about 32 km southeast of the ISIS-held stronghold of Mosul, explicitly tells jihadis not to attack any coalition aircraft over Mosul or its suburbs. This  decree was discovered by Assyrian Christian militia on an information stand in central Bakhdida, at a so-called ISIS ‘mobilization center’….


The US control conspiracy against Syria


According to the Syrian Foreign Minister, US control conspiracy against Syria, and Western and regional states help Washington in this case. Walid al-Muallem said that the United States supply the terrorists with modern weapons, support them with financial resources, and sent to Syria several thousand of fighters. “If America has a real will to resolve the Syrian crisis, it must stop supporting terrorists, which provide through the US regional allies,”…


ISIS executes two men for insulting God and homosexuality (Photo 18+)


While the noose is tightening around ISIS in Raqqa and Mosul, the terror group have published sickening photos of life under their rule in Kirkuk and Damascus. A series of photos show a prisoner, dressed in an orange jump suit and on his knees before a crowd of men, about to be shot in the head for ‘insulting god’. In a second set of photos the group are show ‘a…


SHOCK: ISIS militants behead syrian boy (Photos 18+)


US-backed Syrian terrorists brutally beheading a child. Before being killed, the boy, who could be as young as 10, is shown on the back of a truck being taunted by militants, who accuse him of being a member of al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad resistance movement, which fights alongside the Syrian government forces.


Better late than never: Turkey apologized for shooting down Russian jet


Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan has apologized to Russian leader Vladimir Putin over last year’s shooting down of a Russian air force jet by Turkey’s military, the Kremlin said on Monday, opening the way for Russia to lift economic sanctions. The Russian jet was shot down, with the loss of the pilot, in November while it took part in the Kremlin’s military campaign in Syria. Ankara said it acted lawfully because…