2020-07-27
المرتزقة السوريين في ليبيا

Syrian mercenaries in Libya and the Erdogan-Muslim Brotherhood surprise

Observation and Investigation Unit at MENA Research and Study Centre Introduction The two memoranda of understanding passed the Turkish parliament on December 21, 2019, and on January 2, 2020, enabled Turkey to send military forces to Libya for supporting the „Government of National Accord“(GNA). That was done to effectively restore […]
2020-06-18

The Libyan Case: Road to Sirte

No doubt that all people in the Arab world wish the war to come to an end in Libya and its people to live peacefully and safely. The Libyan people’s nature is still pure and has not yet been contaminated; the Libyan personality enjoys the morals of Bedouins, not affected […]
2020-04-02
refugees in greece

Study: A Western View on The Refugee Crisis in Syria, Turkey and Greece

The dramatically increasing refugee crisis in the Syrian province of Idlib, on the Greek islands and at the EU’s external borders shows that the EU is torn apart in terms of asylum and migration policy and is hardly capable of acting in terms of foreign and security policy. What can […]
2019-10-21
بيتكوين

Hamas, Financial Problems, The Dark Internet and Bitcoins

Assessment of the situation The announcement by some countries to have listed the Islamistic movement Hamas as a banned terrorist organization has had a significant indication: Countries and organizations exposed to sanctions, usually do their financial activities and money transfers through illegal channels of the internet to escape sanctions and […]
2019-03-22

Can Iran Block the Strait of Hormuz by Military Power?

Reading into the military capabilities of Iran in the Arabian Gulf area By: Dhya’a Kadour The current situation The Strait of Hormuz is one of the most important naval choke points for oil trade in the world. According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), 18.5 million barrels of oil […]

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