Father Of Famous Aleppo Boy Exposes The BIGGEST Lie America Told The World

Mohamad Kheir Daqneesh exposes US and White Helmets

IMG_0418.JPGThe famous Allepo boy that grabbed the heartstrings of the world as he sat covered in dust, the Western world were fed the narrative that he had been bloodied by an airstrike launched by the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad or Russian allies.

But it was a lie.

The boy’s image was used as propaganda designed to support the U.S goal of regime change. The media had claimed the boy had escaped an airstrike, but none of the narratives bore any weight of truth. “We did not find out how the incident happened,” Mohamad Kheir Daqneesh, Omran’s father, said in an interview this week “I pulled my family members out of debris. Omran was with me, while White Helmets took him away and started taking photo of him.”……..Read More


israel-iranThe Iranians have just deployed their S-300 missile system to military bases located on their borders.  The S-300 system has the capability of taking down short and medium-range ballistic missiles and engaging upon 6 different targets with 12 missiles.  The effective range of the S-300 is approximately 130 miles (200 km).  They are also planning on upgrading their defenses with the S-400 missile system.  Is this noteworthy?  Perhaps it is when examined on the heels of this quote from the Israeli Minister of Housing today, as such, reported in Sputnik News on May 16:

“The reality whereby Syria executes people, intentionally uses chemical weapons to hurt them and, now, in the most recent move of extremism, is burning their bodies – this has not been seen in the world in 70 years,” said Israeli Housing Minister Yoav Galant, as cited by Haaretz.  “We are crossing a red line and, in my view, the time has come to assassinate Assad,” he continued.  “And when we finish with the tail of the serpent, we will reach the head of the serpent, which can be found in Tehran, and we will deal with it, too,” he said………Read More

What Did the Trump Administration Just Do in Syria?

IMG_0331.JPGThe apparent U.S. strikes against forces backing Bashar al-Assad on Thursday could mark a major shift in the Trump administration’s approach to Syria. Coalition jets reportedly hit Syrian forces and their allies in al-Tanf, near the border with Jordan and Iraq. According to CBS News, the strike was a response to pro-regime vehicles that had moved into the de-confliction zone established around the military base in al-Tanf. Then, on Thursday, Fars, an Iranian news agency affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, reported that 3,000 Hezbollah fighters had been sent to Tanf to back the Syrian military in its fight against the United States “and establish security at the Palmyra-Baghdad road.”……Read More

The U.S. Strike in Syria: U.S. aircraft reportedly targeted a Syrian military convoy near the border with Iraq and Jordan.

US military launch devastating air strike against pro-Assad forces in Syria

US forces struck President Assad’s military to deter aggressive nature towards Western troops. US Defence Secretary James Mattis confirmed the strikes but insisted it did not mean the US was stepping up their efforts in the Syrian civil war. Reports claim American jets struck more than 20 Syrian tanks as they moved towards a border crossing point in southern Syria where Western forces were based. Speaking during a meeting with Sweden’s defence minister Peter Hultqvist, Mr Mattis said: “We’re not increasing our role in the Syrian civil war, but we will defend our troops, and that is a coalition element made up of more than just US troops, so we’ll defend ourselves….Read More

Thousands of years of history wiped out by ISIS: Shocking new pictures show how the terror group has obliterated Syria’s ancient treasures


  • Not content with awful bloodshed, the terrorists are making sure Syria’s new occupants are left with nothing
  • As coalition forces flushed them out of Middle Eastern villages, towns and cities, ISIS dest
  • By doing so, terror group has torn down pieces of architectural history that have stood for thousands of years
  • New pictures now reveal the extent of the damage, showing iconic buildings reduced to nothing but rubble.

Shocking new pictures have revealed how Islamic State has wiped out thousands of years of Syrian history by obliterating the country’s ancient treasures.  As desperate militants are driven out of the towns, villages and cities they used to run, the terrorists have made sure the new occupants are left with nothing. Not content with massacres and bloodshed, the terror group has taken to annihilating religious buildings, artifacts, tombs and graveyards in Syria and Iraq.  By doing so ISIS has torn down pieces of architectural history that has stood for thousands of years, with some calling for the destruction of significant cultural sites to be classed as a war crime…….Read /Photos More


A history lesson: The World’s biggest holocaust that you have never heard of –When people say that ISIS … wiped out entire races.” …The list of horrors is long and painful. These conquerors justified their deeds by ……




Assad looking to buy latest Russian anti-missile system to fend off Israeli, U.S. attacks

IMG_0213Syrian President Bashar Assad said Damascus is negotiating with regime ally Moscow to buy the latest Russian anti-missile system to repel Israeli and American attacks. “It’s natural that we should have such systems,” he said, quoted by Syria’s official SANA agency on Thursday, the same day as Damascus accused Israel of firing several missiles at a military position near its international airport. “Israel has been committing aggressions on the Arab states surrounding it since its creation in 1948,” Assad said in the interview with Venezuelan channel Telesur. “It is natural for us to negotiate with the Russians now with a view to strengthening (our) systems, whether to face any Israeli threats from the air or the threats of American missiles.”……..Read More

Civilian deaths from Russian airstrikes ‘highest since Aleppo’s fall

IMG_0201The death toll from Russia’s fierce bombardment of Syria has shot up over the past two months, coinciding with regime ground offensives, and despite a ceasefire officially being in place. Civilian deaths in Syria from Russian air strikes are at their highest since the fall of rebel-held Aleppo to regime forces in December according to one monitoring group. According to the UK-based Airwars – which specialises in monitoring and assessing civilian casualties from international air strikes in Syria, Iraq, and Libya – heightened civilian death tolls have come in the context of ongoing ground assaults – led by the Assad regime – against rebel forces in Aleppo, Hama, and Idlib, which Moscow has backed with aerial campaigns……..Read More