Why did Assad not attack the “Islamic State” before Palmyra? “Al-Qaeda” in Syria fears the settlement and rejects the cease-fire. Original article published here via @ALRAIMediagroup http://www.alraimedia.com/ar/article/special-reports/2016/03/31/669061/nr/syria Elijah J. Magnier: @EjmAlrai The Syrian opposition and Jabhat al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda in Syria, began to understand that the cease-fire is no longer in their best […]Read More “Al-Qaeda” in Syria fears the settlement and rejects the cease-fire: the next target
Whether you are a bored, retired civil servant, a journalist, a blogger, or just a young enthusiastic ambitious person looking for fame, all you have to do is to present yourself as a Terrorist Expert. If you are smart enough to learn a few words of Arabic and train yourself to pronounce them well, you […]Read More How you become a famous “Terrorist Expert” on social media.
ELIJAH J.MAGNIER – Russia is speaking to its allies in the same tone used by U.S President Barack Obama when he addressed his Middle Eastern allies saying “I shall not be drown in your swamp”, in Syria, marking a contrast with Iran about several issues. The main disputes are related to the […]Read More The difference between Russia and Iran over Syria
Original article here: http://alrai.li/hfplqgb Elijah J. Magnier: Many observers explained the decision of the Russian President Vladimir Putin of partial withdrawal of its forces from Syria as he was abandoning the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, alone, in the middle of the battlefield. A senior official in the joint operations room in Syria said, “Cease-fire […]Read More Did Putin leave Assad alone in Syria?
Russia Plan B is always an option in Syria Hammymeem, Latakia, by Elijah J. Magnier: The Hammymeem military base hosting the Russian Air Force is observing frenetic movement preparing for daily departure of the excess of Air personnel and jets that were standing by for the last two weeks, following a reasonably implemented Cease-fire. […]Read More Moscow informed Washington, Damascus and Tehran of its intention to reduce forces in Syria
Hezbollah, Israel, Russia, Syria, Lebanon. Original article: http://alrai.li/2ssnk4f Translation here http://www.fort-russ.com/2016/03/is-israeli-hezbollah-war-imminent.html by: @O_Rich_ and @s_jan93 Damascus by Elijah J. Magnier Tel Aviv seeks to push forces into Syria to shut its borders with Lebanon…but will Moscow allow it? Tensions are rising as Tel Aviv claims that the Israeli army is preparing for war against Hezbollah, and that […]Read More Is there a war between Israel and Hezbollah any soon?
Yemen, Iran, Hezbollah, Saudi Arabia, AQ, AQAP, Ansar al-Shari’a, USA By Elijah J. Magnier (on Twitter @EjmAlrai ) The Saudi-led Operation Decisive Storm helped Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) to gain more ground, showing an increase of financial assets and popularity, providing public services in ther controlled area, mainly in Hadramawt province, […]Read More The rich Al-Qaeda is winning the “hearts and the minds” in Yemen, introducing new names.
Original article via ALRAI MEDIA GROUP here: http://www.alraimedia.com/ar/article/special-reports/2016/03/01/661335/nr/iraq Damascus – Elijah J. Magnier (@EjmAlrai ) Speculation about the race to Raqqa, the self proclaimed “Islamic State” (ISIS) Syrian Capital, between the United States on the one hand and Russia on the other, recalling the race to Berlin in World War II. […]Read More The Raqqa offensive needs Mosul first and The Iraqi Popular Mobilisation Force to Syria