21WIRE + Intervention Watch | All we can say to anyone who has signed this Avaaz petition to escalate the war in Syria is: how naive and uninformed you truly are.
21WIRE + SANA | This could easily inflame an already tense situation in Syria.
Brandon Turbeville | Of course, the logic being presented by Washington is incredibly ridiculous.
21WIRE + Eurogamer | The issues here extend beyond the realm of simple censorship.
Shawn Helton | There are pressing questions concerning British security services, Mohammad Emwazi and his family.
21WIRE + NYT | This may be the most ridiculous attempt to cast blame on climate change as responsible for Syria’s war.
21WIRE | Hardline Islamist groups are getting a hold of potent weapons and other aid supplies – coming straight from the US and its allies.
21WIRE + BBC | While the BBC’s state funding shines through, Assad comes across as a very pragmatic leader.
SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…
Shawn Helton | The latest tales of ISIS come from the highly suspect Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
21WIRE + Webster Tarpley | There is a reason why Israel hasn’t found itself targeted by the terrorist rebels in Syria…
Washington’s Blog | We’ll let you decide why you think the US keeps ‘messing up’ every global conflict it starts.
21WIRE + Zero Hedge | This should really speed things up for all the major stakeholders in Syria’s demise.
21WIRE | The official line on this story attempts to cloud and obfuscate what is actually hidden in plain sight.
21WIRE + Daily Mail | Bravery isn’t reserved for super heroes. Watch this elderly woman tell the ISIS ‘devils’ to hit the road!
21WIRE + NSNBC | Turkey’s, Saudi Arabia’s and NATO’s blatant violations of the Geneva Conventions are actually fueling the ISIS crisis.
21WIRE + NY Times | The public should be wary about US officials escalating war with ISIS.
21WIRE + RT | New ISIS video displays another kind of propaganda.
Stuart J. Hooper | Looking back at the history of Jordan’s involvement with the training of Syria’s ‘moderate rebels’ reveals somewhat of a paradox.