Netwars

Armed Jewish Extremists May Ignite a Regional War

01.06.2022

May 29 thousands of Israelis have pushed through the Muslim quarter of the Old City in Jerusalem in a Flag March, marking its occupation by Israel in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. The march was organized by Jewish settler groups who demanded to perform religious rites in the Al Aqsa Mosque, which had been prohibited by an agreement in place since 1967 allowing non-Muslims onto the site during visiting hours, but they were barred from praying there.

US Hypocritical Policy in the Syrian War

11.05.2022

In eight bloody wars of the 21st century, all prosecuted by Washington in a bid to create a US-dominated ‘New Middle East’, those most committed to resistance are prevailing. Iran dealt with a well-coordinated campaign to cripple its nuclear energy program, and has since defended itself from renewed US economic aggression and proxy terrorism. Hezbollah famously defeated the 2006 Israeli invasion of south Lebanon and holds the apartheid state at bay.  And over many years brave Syria defended itself from a massive proxy war and, with its allies, prevailed. In the following, I provide some pieces of evidence of US direct involvement in supporting ISIS terrorist group during Syrian War. This hypocritical face of the US should be recorded in the history.

The cascading effects of cyber warfare

28.04.2022

In this publication, we will address current aspects of the cyber war being waged by the U.S. and NATO countries against Russia. Of course, the very concept of "cyber" should be understood in the traditional, Platonic sense, where "cybernet" is the ruler. Consequently, even the application of modern communication technologies is a matter of dominance and control.