The US against Hamas in Gaza, but supports terrorists in Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator On October 7, Israel was attacked by Hamas, an armed Palestinian resistance group inside Gaza. The group killed 1,405 people, and kidnapped over 200 in Israel. Hamas was a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, a global terrorist organization which is outlawed in many countries, but not in the US, […]

91 dead, 277 injured by a Uyghur terrorist attack in Homs, Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator October 6, 2023, Latakia, Syria:  The Syrian Arab Army has shot down drones targeting the Syrian Military Hospital at Homs today, where terrorists had planned to kill the hospitalized survivors of the massive drone attack the Uyghurs had carried out yesterday, as well as target the flag-draped coffins being […]

“US has committed crimes against humanity and genocide in Syria” interview with Scott Bennett

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator   The US military occupation of the oil fields in north east Syria came under attack recently, and there were some who said it could foreshadow a US military withdrawal.  However, the violence ceased, and the US supported Kurdish separatists are continuing to hide under the Pentagon’s wings. The […]

US project to split Syria up is entering a new phase in Suwayda

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Thousands of Druze in Suwayda, in the southwest of Syria near Jordan, have been protesting inflation and economic woes facing all of Syria because of US-EU sanctions, and the economic collapse after the long armed conflict. But, recently, they are calling for regime change, and the US is supporting […]

Kurds battle with Arab tribes in eastern Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator A power struggle in the eastern Syrian desert might end with the US withdrawal from Syria, as the occupation allies battle each other for power and lucrative energy resources. On August 27, Ahmed al-Khubail, the commander of the Deir ez-Zor Military Council (DZMC), was lured to Hasakah by the […]

I crashed an anti-Syria lobby meeting where they pushed for a new Caliphate and more starvation sanctions

I crashed the meeting of a lobbying front that ended the life-saving General License 2023 on Syria, and is now pushing to extend Washington’s economic war for another 8 years. Behind closed doors, the former State Department official leading the workshop revealed the group’s ultimate goal: partitioning Syria and creating a de facto Caliphate for a rebranded Al Qaeda offshoot. This July 30, I registered under an alias to join a workshop organized by the Syrian American Council (SAC), the […]

Turkey plans to annex Aleppo

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced his plan to return Syrian refugees in Turkey to Aleppo. For many years he has proposed a plan to create a safe zone, or de-escalation zone specifically developed to hold the millions of Syrian refugees living in Turkey. The Erdogan plan, dubbed […]

Syrian civilians struggle between deadly Israeli air strikes and US sanctions

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Israeli airstrikes on Syria have become routine and deadly. On Monday, Israeli airstrikes on Damascus at 2:20 am local time killed four Syrian soldiers and wounded four others.  Damascus residents were awoken from sleep to sounds and flashes of bright lights from the attacks.  Regardless of the numerous attacks, […]

“The Relations between Turkey and the United States is not easily repaired” interview with Aydin Sezer

By:Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Turkey’s foreign policy has changed 180° recently. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accepted Sweden joining NATO even though Sweden allowed the burning of the Quran. President Erdogan has also shifted his Alliances from Moscow to Washington. Steven Sahiounie of MidEastDiscource interviewed Aydin Sezer, political scientist, foreign policy analyst, former […]