After the terrorist murder on teacher: France wants to deport 231 alleged Islamists

France reacts very clearly to the beheading of a teacher in a Paris suburb: Deportations from the country are to be increased, and suspicious associations are to be dissolved. French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin...

The Muslim Brotherhood is moving its HQs from Egypt to Europe

Source: Mena Watch The arrest of the Brotherhood's incumbent leader, Mahmoud Ezzat, on August 28 was not just a minor incident for the Muslim Brotherhood, but a severe blow to the group in Egypt, forcing...

How Turkey Loots Libyan Money

Several international reports speak about huge smuggling operations from Libya to Turkey since the fall of the Libyan state into the hands of armed militias back in 2011. They took control over political, economic...

Iran’s Basij: Revolution Protection Forces Consist of Thugs and People with Criminal Record

Iran’s former religious leader Khomeini had called for the formation of special forces to protect his coup and the Islamic revolution from its enemies. Thus, he requested the formation of an “army of twenty...

The deaths of the mediators-in-chief: Oman, Kuwait, and de-escalation in the Gulf

Source: ecfr.eu With the recent deaths of the leaders of Kuwait and Oman, the Gulf lost its mediators-in-chief. Omani Sultan Qaboos bin Sa’id al-Sa’id and Kuwaiti Emir Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah long played an important role...

Erdogan’s Spooks in Europe

Feyyaz Öztürk, an ex-agent of the Turkish secret service MIT, brought with his testimony an employee of the US consulate general in Istanbul into a Turkish prison back in June 2020. Now he confesses...

War in Syria: Criminal charges issued by German Public Prosecutor for the use of...

In 2013 and 2017, hundreds of people died in attacks with chemical weapons by the Syrian regime. Now the highest German investigative authority could take action. The chemical weapons attacks on the suburbs of Damascus...

Anti-Armenian sentiment increases in Turkey following Azerbaijani-Armenian clashes

Clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the southern Caucasus have triggered a new wave of anti-Armenian sentiment in Turkey, exploited and fueled by ultranationalist elements, and has increased the pressure on its Armenian citizens.