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Celebrating Easter with Eastern Orthodox Christians in the Middle East – Herland Report

Easter is the most important celebration in the Eastern Orthodox Church, as Easter is honored by Christians from all over the Middle East, Russia, Ethiopia, Greece and other Eastern nations celebrate the physical and spiritual light that came from Jerusalem after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Although the dates may vary due to different calendars, Easter is the ... Read More »

Baffling European hypocrisy: We criticize Trump, yet long ago built our own walls – Hanne Herland, WND

The European hypocrisy when criticizing president Donald Trump’s efforts to stop illegal immigration along the US’ southern border, simply is baffling, writes historian Hanne Herland in one of America’s largest conservative news outlets, World Net Daily. The European mainstream media are tripping over themselves in copying New York Times and Washington Post attitudes of demonizing the “racist” Trump efforts to ... Read More »

Samuel Huntington, the clash of civilizations and the willful 2011 assault on Libya – Herland Report

Following the 1993 publishing of the book “Clash of Civilizations?” by the political scientist Samuel Huntington, it has only become more evident how prescient his thesis was at this time when looking at the US’ foreign policy in the Middle East. Huntington hypothesized that in the decades following the end of the Cold War; political conflicts would be rooted in ... Read More »

Growing Turkish involvement in Gaza and Jerusalem: Muslim Brotherhood Erdogan expands his influence – Pinhas Inbari

Turkey, which supports Hamas, has a growing presence in east Jerusalem, as seen by the Turkish flags flying there. Its influence can even be seen in local restaurants and clothing stores, writes Pinhas Inbari, a veteran Arab affairs correspondent. Turkish support for Hamas also explains the appearance of Turkish flags among Palestinian protesters in the Gaza fence confrontation. Turkey is ... Read More »

TV interview with Norway’s only war journalist in Syria breaks Herland Report record: 40 000 views in a few hours after release, Eva Thomassen

Herland Report TV (HTV) had the pleasure to sit down with Norway’s only war journalist who has been in and out of Syria throughout the conflict. She was just returning from Damascus, where she spent time with some of the West’s leading journalists and experts on Syria.  Watch the program here or at the end of this article. Eva Thomassen ... Read More »

Herland Report: Who can prevent a war between Israel and Iran? Russia – New York Times

The government of President Bashar al-Assad is resurgent in Syria, steadily retaking terrain lost to the rebels. This may bring to an end one set of conflicts, but it could spark newer, potentially more dangerous confrontations, writes Middle East and North Africa director for International Crisis Group, Joost Hilterman in the New York Times. The key to preventing the Syrian civil ... Read More »

Gjenoppbyggingen av Syria etter krigen – Kina, Russland og den nye silkeveien – Derimot.no

“Kina og Syria har allerede startet diskusjonene om investeringer i infrastruktur etter krigen. Det har vært et ‘Stort fellesmøte for gjenoppbygging av Syria’ i Beijing,” skriver Pepe Escobar, oversatt av Knut Lindtner på derimot.no. “Midt oppe i spådd undergang og dyster gjennomgang av alt som foregår i Syria, ser det ut til at alle spådommer om et forferdelig utfall må ... Read More »

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