IS claims responsibility for deadly attack in Syria

Several hours before the deadly attack took place, U.S. vice President Mike Pence hailed President Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria, after he reiterated the administration’s position, in which “the Islamic State has been defeated.” In his words, “We promise, under this President’s leadership to take the fight to radical Islamic terrorist to our terms, … Read more

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards threaten to attack Israel

Less than a month after U.S. President Donald Trump announced his decision to withdraw the American forces that are deployed in the war-torn-country; the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a deadly suicide attack that claimed the lives of some 16 people, including four U.S. Service members. A Syrian source told TV7 that the extreme-Muslim … Read more

Israel’s battle against Iran in Syria vital for national security

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated the importance of U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to pull-out from the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran, which subsequently thwarted the financial capacity of the Ayatollah regime to bankroll the Syrian regime, Hezbollah and Hamas. During a meeting in Jerusalem with 60 leaders of the powerful Jewish American lobby … Read more

U.S. backed SDF conquers additional territory from IS

Despite President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw American ground forces from Syria, the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, known by its acronym SDF, continue to battle the Islamic State in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor. Backed by air strikes of the U.S.-led coalition, the SDF conquered yesterday yet another village from the Islamic State, forcing … Read more

Iran’s attempt to launch satellite into orbit fails

The Islamic Republic of Iran attempted to launch a satellite into orbit last night, yet failed to do so, after the domestic-made space vehicle, named Payam, encountered “technical problems” before leaving earth’s atmosphere. Iran’s Telecoms Minister, Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi claimed in a statement that the Iranian-made satellite failed in the third stage of the launch … Read more

France to loan Iraq 1 billion euros for reconstruction

France agreed to a loan Iraq 1 billion euros for the purpose of reconstruction, in a declared effort to boost stability in the country that was devastated by the Islamic State between 2014 and 2017. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian announced the decision after meeting with his Iraqi counterpart in Baghdad. The French top … Read more

U.S. military will remain in Middle East until war on terror is over

A draft document that outlines Washington’s plans for a military pull-out from the war-torn country unveiled a decision to maintain U.S. military forces near the Iraqi and Jordanian borders, which are viewed by top American Defense officials as “key strategic locations that will thwart Iran’s attempts to widen its grip in Syria.” The draft document … Read more

Khamenei: U.S. sanctions on Iran bolstered regional standing

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khemenei hinted to the growing strain that U.S. sanctions are having on his country’s economy yet attempted to reassure his followers by claiming that ultimately the Islamic Republic will prevail. In a televised speech that focused on the growing hardships that emerged following the American withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear … Read more

U.S. concerned by growing Chinese involvement in Israel

A high-ranking American official confirmed that U.S. President Donald Trump’s National Security Adviser John Bolton, in his meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu earlier this week, discussed – among others – U.S. concerns about the use of Chinese communications equipment in sensitive sectors across Israel. In an interview to Israel’s public radio broadcast, the American official … Read more