Iraqis began protesting in October of last year and almost immediately, Iraqi police responded with force. Then, militia members and supporters began victimising them, as well.
Since Turkey launched attacks on Northeastern Syria in October 2019, locals have been boycotting Turkish goods. “Turkish goods become money, which become bullets, which kill our children and help Turkey occupy our lands.”
Dr. Abbas Mansoura came to Northeastern Syria from Sweden as a volunteer to treat victims of the Turkish invasion. Journalist Lindsey Snell documents the killing of civilians in Northern Syria.
Government officials from China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang have detained more than a million Uyghur Muslims in what the government calls “reeducation camps.”
Experts analyze the sophisticated hack orchestrated by the State of Qatar, the “phishing” technique used and the stolen emails of 1400 public figures, world leaders journalists, academics, actors, and football players.
Turkey launched a military operation in northeastern Syria on October 9th, targeting US-backed Kurdish forces near the Turkish-Syrian border.
TIJ journalists interview Mohamed Amrouni, age 23, a captured Islamic State member jailed in Syria …
Abdullah Bozkurt, is a Turkish journalist for over 20 years, the president of the Stockholm Center for Freedom reveals a trove of secret documents that portray how Turkey illegally sent thousands of trucks loaded with heavy weapons and ammunition to jihadist groups fighting in Syria The loads were then transferred to tractor-trailer trucks at the secluded section of the capital’s airport, away from prying eyes. The trucks covered approximately 404 miles (650 kilometers) via the land route to deliver the arms to a pre-determined location near the border area, and from there was moved to destinations in Syria where waiting jihadist groups could use them.
Award-winning journalist and three-times best-selling author Richard Miniter exposes how in one of the largest state-sponsored computer hacks ever detected, Qatar’s proxies cyber-attacked more 1,400 high-status and ordinary citizens who were exercising their free-speech rights in democracies globally according to U.S. court filings, computer-forensic reports and expert testimonies.
The list also included: Sami Anan, Egypt’s former Chief of the General Staff of the Army; UAE diplomat Sheikh Maktoum Bin Bhutti al Maktoum; Saudi Arabian Minister of State for African Affairs Ahmed Kattan; American Rabbi Shmuley Boteach; and Kristin Wood, a former adviser at the CIA.
Pakistani journalist Taha Siddiqui, currently living in exile in Paris, explains how the Pakistani military abducted him before he escaped. He reveals shocking details about how Pakistan’s journalists are being threatened, harassed and even killed.
Ahmet S. Yayla is a 20-year veteran of counter-terrorism in the Turkish National Police and a professor at Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies. He explains how Erdoğan’s government supported, financed and helped ISIS.