Twitter and Instagram are on a rampage censoring points of view critical of the American narrative. People expressing sympathy for Iranian General Soleimani who was murdered in cold blood by the US are being blocked and censored.
In order to understand the reality of East Ghouta, we reproduce this article by Eva Bartlett, a courageous Canadian journalists who has been in Syria on numerous occasions, unlike any of the Western media pundits that peddle State department or CIA delivered propaganda about the situation in Syria.
While the Western corporate media continue to spew nonsensical fiction about events in Syria, independent Canadian journalist Eva Bartlett reports from the ground and exposes the lies.
The western-backed takfiri terrorists have destroyed the ancient city of Ma’loula where churches and monuments from the time of Prophet Jesus (as) and Yahya (as) have been vandalized.
The takfiris’ destruction of Syria’s heritage—indeed of all humanity’s—is extremely serious. The world’s including the UN’s turning a blind eye to this horrendous crime against humanity is shocking.
Peace and anti-war activists from around the world gathered in Beirut to highlight Zionist crimes and consider ways and means to help the Palestinians end the brutal Zionist occupation.
The predominantly Armenian town of Kassab in Syria has been liberated from the clutches of the takfiris but not before the terrorists had perpetrated horrible crimes against the town’s population.
Leading figures in Syria such as the Mufti of Syria who lost his own son to a terrorist attack, want to extinguish the fires of hatred. The overwhelming majority of Syrians agree, isolating the foreign-backed mercenaries inside and outside Syria.
The Syrian people have shown a remarkable resilience in the face of the barbaric onslaught of terrorists armed, financed and instigated from abroad. The people refuse to surrender to mass murderers and cannibals.
The tiny Gaza Strip has suffered for decades at the hands of the zionists. Eva Bartlett shares her personal experiences from the besieged strip.
The daily suffering and humiliation of Palestinian civilians at the hands of the Zionists is captured by Eva Bartlett, an International Solidarity Movement activist, who has spent much time in Occupied Palestine.
The suffering of the people of Gaza may have been overshadowed by events in Egypt but their suffering continues. It has in fact intensified. A number of organizations have demanded lifting the siege of Gaza.
How do Muslims celebrate Eid under occupation? Eva Bartlett, a Canadian peace activist who has been on several aid convoys, describes her experiences in Gaza under siege.
With the passing of the 64th anniversary of the Nakba, (the establishment of the illegal Zionist state on the land and homes of Palestinians), shall we mourn or celebrate?