The New York Times reports as fact that Russia hacked the 2016 US presidential election despite failing to present any evidence to support this claim.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens defends Israel’s occupation of Palestine by regurgitating Zionist propaganda about who started the 1967 Six Day War.
Iraq war architect Paul Wolfowitz charges Assad with deliberately supporting ISIS in Syria, but his argument is even more applicable to the US.
John McCain’s solution to the tragedy in Syria is to continue doing the same things that caused the rise of ISIS in the first place.
The HBO documentary film Cries from Syria doesn’t tell the whole story about the so-called “Civil War” there, but it does highlight the most critical part.
John Kerry hails the Obama administration’s “assertive diplomacy” as though the US’s policies under his two terms wasn’t the opposite of diplomacy.
Hillary Clinton knows a no-fly zone in Syria would necessitate killing a lot of Syrian civilians, but she advocates one anyway.
Press TV asks me about US airstrikes in Libya, and I point out that doing more of what caused the rise of ISIS in the first place won’t solve the problem.
The Washington Post’s “Fact Checker” Glenn Kessler responds to Donald Trump’s remarks about how ISIS came to be. How does his own version hold up?
The Habilian Association, and Iranian self-described “Human Rights NGO”, censors criticisms of the Iranian regime’s rights violations for its audience.