Who’s on first, a disputed incident

On the night of May 9th, Ynetnews, which is the online English-language website of Yedioth Ahronoth, Israel’s most-widely read newspaper, headlined an “Analysis” article, “A Preemptive Strike in Syria” and opened: Even if Iran had no intention of launching missiles at Israel on Tuesday, the alleged Israeli strike came along and conveyed the following message […]

via Which Side Lies About Israel’s May 9th Missiles-Invasion of Syria? — Astute News

The News you don’t get regularly

Darko Lazar 19-03-2018 | 08:18 Headquartered in Tel Aviv, “Israel’s” Mossad is tasked with gathering and analyzing intelligence, as well as carrying out special clandestine operations beyond “Israel’s” borders. With an average annual budget of USD 2 billion, the agency’s work is shrouded in mystery, and as a rule, details about its operations emerge years […]

via The Fist of Zion — Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

The North Korean conumdrum

Russia and North Korea share a short border but a long history. When the United States and the Soviet Union drew the seemingly innocuous line dividing the Korean peninsula in 1953, it was regarded as a temporary administrative division for processing Japanese forces after World War II. However, since then, Russia (and its Soviet Union predecessor) have […]

via Russia’s alternative vision for Asia: accommodating a nuclear North Korea? —