Month: March 2024

The Myth of “Democracy” and its Origins Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

Jews and European Democracy Back in Europe, Jews pressed for democratic “reforms” in all major nations, suspecting or knowing that they could use this system to finally circumvent the fundamental limitations to their power posed by monarchies and the Church. And a major turning point in the advent of democracy was the French Revolution. That […]

Yemen and the Houthis

The Yemen Front The Ansar Allah movement has lately attracted international attention by boldly defying major world powers, particularly the United States, through their military actions to support Palestine amid the ongoing Israeli genocide in Gaza. This decision comes at a time when even larger Arab nations refrain from such interventions, despite Yemen itself enduring a decade of US-backed […]

The Myth of “Democracy” and its Origins Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

The Beginning  Democracy or representative government existed in various forms throughout the ages. The current form of democracy that we know today is very different from what was practiced in the past. This new “strain” entered the modern age in 1848-1850, in Europe. Democracy Is an Ideal Government for Jewish Influence Democracy has become a […]

Hezbollah & Iran

In a speech on Tuesday the 13th, Hezbollah leader  Nasrallah said that the Party will continue the border offensive until at least the Gaza massacre stops. The war in Gaza however, is far from over. And Nasrallah warned that even were a ceasefire to be reached in Gaza, “should the enemy perform any action, we will return […]

Egypt – Caught Between Rafah and Sudan Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

The story continues from Part 1 The Sinai Insurgency   This was an insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt which was started by Islamist militants against Egyptian security forces, which have also included attacks on civilians. The insurgency began during the Egyptian Crisis, during which the longtime Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was overthrown in the 2011 Egyptian revolution ;  the country became increasingly destabilized, creating a security vacuum in […]

Egypt – Caught Between Rafah and Sudan Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

Egypt    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent statement concerning the plan to evacuate civilians from Rafah and launch a ground operation to eliminate Hamas brigades in the city wasn’t received well by the Egyptian authorities. In fact, Israel’s military scenario has jeopardized the Camp David Peace Accords between Cairo and Tel Aviv. For the […]

How Zionism Weaponised Anti-Semitism

Since the 5th century, the Jewish race was reviled amongst the other groups in the Middle East, and later in Europe itself. There were many reasons for this-which we have covered in previous articles. The main reason is their treatment of non-Jews.  It was only until the late 19th and early 20th century that Jews […]

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