Causalities after Israeli air raids in Syria: War monitor

Israeli night raids targeting arms depots and military positions in eastern Syria killed at least five soldiers and 11 allied fighters, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Wednesday. The Israeli air force carried out more than 18 strikes against multiple targets in an area stretching from the eastern town of Deir Ezzor to the… Continue reading Causalities after Israeli air raids in Syria: War monitor

How killing of top Iranian Nuclear Scientist will shape geopolitics of Persian Gulf?

On November 27, Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrezadeh was assassinated in an ambush near Tehran. He is one of the most important scientists to be assassinated to date and his death is a major psychological and professional blow to the Iranian nuclear program. This high profile killing will have long-term aftershocks on geopolitics of the Persian Gulf.… Continue reading How killing of top Iranian Nuclear Scientist will shape geopolitics of Persian Gulf?

Palestine, Pakistani singers give vocals to Turkish poet’s freedom song

Palestine-origin and Pakistani singer have given their vocals to the soulful freedom song penned down by noted Turkish poet and composer, Tugray Evren. The song, highlight Palestine and Kashmir issue, was released last week. The song titled We Will Never Betray is sung in Arabic and Urdu by Syrian singer Malek Noor and Pakistani singer… Continue reading Palestine, Pakistani singers give vocals to Turkish poet’s freedom song

Russia, Syria under pressure at chemical weapons watchdog

Syria and Russia faced renewed pressure over allegations of chemical weapons use as member countries of the global toxic arms watchdog met on Monday. Moscow was urged by Western nations to “transparently” reveal the circumstances of the Novichok nerve agent poisoning of opposition figure Alexei Navalny. Damascus meanwhile faced calls for sanctions at the Organisation… Continue reading Russia, Syria under pressure at chemical weapons watchdog

Withering unity of Muslim Ummah

Conferring upon Narendra Modi, the highest civil award by the UAE government nearly one year back in August 2019, amid a situation where Modi was spearheading the genocide of Muslims in Indian occupied Kashmir as well as in his own country raised many eyebrows. This reprehensible move insinuated that the very feelings of oneness based… Continue reading Withering unity of Muslim Ummah

Turkey blasts allegations against Syrian opposition

Turkey on Friday dismissed allegations of human rights violations leveled against Syrian opposition. “We categorically reject both the baseless allegations of human rights violations claimed against the Syrian opposition, which operate on the ground to combat terrorism and ensure the return of Syrian refugees, and concerning our country in relation to them, as well as… Continue reading Turkey blasts allegations against Syrian opposition

‘Brothers in arms’: Pakistan, Turkey jointly inaugurate new homes for war victims in Idlib, Syria

Hundreds of war victims in Idlib, Syria have moved to new houses constructed by Turkey and Pakistan. Two NGOs – Turkey’s Diyanet Foundation and Pakistan’s Baitussalam Welfare Foundation – have jointly constructed the homes in Syria’s Idlib to accommodate the people affected by the war in Syria. Pakistan-Turkey collaboration: War victims get new homes According… Continue reading ‘Brothers in arms’: Pakistan, Turkey jointly inaugurate new homes for war victims in Idlib, Syria

Israel closes Gaza goods crossing over balloon attacks

Israel closed its goods crossing with the Gaza Strip on Tuesday after militants in the Hamas-run territory fired rockets into the Mediterranean and launched waves of incendiary balloons into the Jewish state. The Kerem Shalom crossing will be closed until further notice to all traffic except humanitarian equipment and fuel, COGAT, the defence ministry unit… Continue reading Israel closes Gaza goods crossing over balloon attacks

Beirut explosions latest blow to a Lebanon plagued by regional conflicts

Lebanon, a small multi-confessional country which endured a devastating 15-year civil war, has often been caught in the crossfire of regional conflicts. The tragic explosions at Beirut port on Tuesday struck with the country mired in its worst economic crisis for decades, marked by the collapse of its currency and angry popular protests. Lebanon has… Continue reading Beirut explosions latest blow to a Lebanon plagued by regional conflicts

Israel army says killed 4 planting bombs at Syria border

The Israeli army said Monday it had killed four men laying explosives near the Israeli-occupied sector of the Golan Heights, the latest security incident on the tense northern borders. “They were inside Israeli territory but beyond the fence,” military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus told journalists in a telephone briefing. He said an Israeli commando… Continue reading Israel army says killed 4 planting bombs at Syria border