Have those same media organisations who have taken a stance against Trump’s humiliating and insulting discourse been able to uphold their “journalism ethic” of fairness and impartiality when it comes to different countries and peoples? What kind of general publication policy did these outlets have when Turkey, Iraq and Palestine were the subject concerned? Did they apologise for inaccuracies and false news reports then? Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction; the BBC’s reporting of Turkey When looking into American history, it can be claimed that it has a relatively free and neutral media.
From this point of view, especially the developments in the Middle East, Syria and Iraq will greatly influence the variables of the energy equation.
An effort to profile the foreign fighters in Syria (and Iraq with the spread of the war) has found they – on average – seemed to be in their 20s, unemployed or students, and had an immigrant background.
As a uniting figure, Saladin was used by al-Assad, as he believed the invasion of Iraq would affect Syria.
” What differentiates them from Daesh? On the other hand, our experiences show that resorting to violence or committing massacres does not have anything to do with being a member of a terrorist organization which emerged from a Baath-ridden, post-American occupation Iraq; white and blue collared members of such a cult are also capable of committing these atrocities.
By the end of 2011 the group was sending clips of killings of Iraqi government officials, multimedia messages, and short movies on social media platforms.
" The suspects are accused of kidnapping children from their families in Belgium and other "Western countries" and sending them for training in Greece and Iraq.
Although the fact remains that the conventional and social media have set a strong agenda through Aylan, the question is what has been changed with this sensational photo of a little child at the end of the day? Has Aylan’s image triggered any mass social movement in Europe or America? How many Western governments expressed a sense of responsibility in housing refugees from Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan? Overwhelmingly dramatizing the death of innocent children has not stopped suffering in Syria for a year.
Two years ago, the organization commenced an operation with its infiltrators within the security forces and the judiciary, accusing the government of being corrupt, which actually targeted Turkey’s relations with Iran and the Kurdish Regional Government in Northern Iraq.
Neither indiscriminate airstrikes on civilians in opposition-ruled areas nor the military intervention of Iran with its own IRGC units and pro-Iran militias with Iraqi (Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba), Lebanese (Hezbollah) and Afghan (Liwa Fatemiyoun) origins turned out to be game changers in the military balance for the Aleppo battle.
In this offensive the Iranian strategy of “human waves”, which proved itself in the Iraq-Iran war, were used by the foreign Shiite forces fighting for the regime.
Millions of Afghans, Iraqis, Syrians and others in the Middle East are struggling to survive in their respective countries or elsewhere and they believe the Washington establishment is responsible for their impoverished condition.
As Washington seeks to leave a fragmented Syria and Iraq so it can disengage from the Middle East, Turkey, facing grave security threats emanating from that very fragmentation, seeks to bolster democracy while preserving the territorial integrity of the region.
The EU has always been very vocal about DAESH activity in Syria and Iraq in terms of condemnation of terror.