“Which Side Are You On? The Western Left’s Obsession with Empire”–Danny Haiphong

(Meme by Eva Bartlett. “From 50:24 in this video, Ambassador al-Ja’afari: “…too many ambassadors of the United Nations, they come to me and they say, “You know, Bashar, you are right. Your government is right. We know the truth, but we cannot say it. You can God bless you but we cannot say it.” )… Read More “Which Side Are You On? The Western Left’s Obsession with Empire”–Danny Haiphong

Alliance of Convenience: Why Israel Supports ISIS? (Syriana Analysis)

Apr 29, 2017, Syriana Analysis Since the beginning of the war in Syria, Israel took the opportunity to pursue its strategic interests in the neighboring country, by tacitly and sometimes publicly allying itself with Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Syriana Analysis addresses the recent bombings of Israel and US on Syria, elaborating the geopolitical goals behind these… Read More Alliance of Convenience: Why Israel Supports ISIS? (Syriana Analysis)

Life under fire in Syria: SOTT.net interview with Eva Bartlett

Sep 2, 2016, SOTT.net     “Since 2008, Eva has spent more than 3 years in Gaza documenting Palestinian life under Israeli rule. She has also visited Lebanon and, since 2014, has just come back from her 5th trip to Syria, the latter for 9 weeks, to bring back firsthand accounts of what daily life… Read More Life under fire in Syria: SOTT.net interview with Eva Bartlett

Watching The Hawks, with Sean Stone: “Eva Bartlett Challenges the Corrupt Western Media’s Vision of Syria”

  Aug 25, 2016, Watching the Hawks RT Eva Bartlett, independent journalist and blogger at “INGAZA,” joins Sean Stone from Beirut to discuss the time she spent in Syria and how what she has seen and heard directly challenges the western media’s narrative of the war in that country. * *Also shared here: Eva Bartlett: ‘It’s not… Read More Watching The Hawks, with Sean Stone: “Eva Bartlett Challenges the Corrupt Western Media’s Vision of Syria”

Please Support My Syrian Voices Book Project

*photo: Resilience of Syrians, Old City of Homs, December 2015. As many readers will know, I have visited Syria four times, between April 2014 and December 2015—independently on a journalist’s visa and as part of two peace delegations. When in Syria as a writer, I visited key places—including liberated Homs and Ma’loula, terror-bombed regions of… Read More Please Support My Syrian Voices Book Project

Porkins Policy Radio ep. 46 The Truth About Syria with Eva Bartlett (interview)

Feb 21, 2016, Porkins Policy Radio For this episode we are joined by activist and freelance journalist Eva Bartlett for an in-depth discussion of the  war in Syria.  Fresh from her fourth trip to the embattled nation, Eva lends us her perspective of what it’s actually like on the ground.  Eva recounts the many places she has… Read More Porkins Policy Radio ep. 46 The Truth About Syria with Eva Bartlett (interview)

“The Story is Over, The Game is Over”: Syria’s Ambassador al-Ja’afari on turkey, saudi, qatari, ‘israeli’, NATO war on Syria

*Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations, Dr. Bashar al-Ja’afari (image from Syrianews.cc) Below is a very interesting recent series of statements, followed by Q&A with Syria’s Ambassador to the UN, Dr. Bashar al-Ja’afari on turkey’s latest criminal aggression against Syria, as well as turkey’s history of violating Syria’s sovereignty and abetting, funneling terrorists into Syria.… Read More “The Story is Over, The Game is Over”: Syria’s Ambassador al-Ja’afari on turkey, saudi, qatari, ‘israeli’, NATO war on Syria

SYRIA: my published articles and other musings from and on Syria (2014/2015/2016)

*The permanent page to this post can be found HERE *see also: My short video/audio from/on Syria and Syrians (many links) *see also: My Interviews on Syria *see also: Glimpses from Syria (December 2015) ARTICLES FROM AND ON SYRIA: Where is the West’s compassion & condemnation following terror attacks in Middle East?, Jan 30, 2016,… Read More SYRIA: my published articles and other musings from and on Syria (2014/2015/2016)

Not-Tweetworthy: UN selectively tweeting, ignores Foua, Kafarya, Nubl, Zahra’a

-Eva Bartlett, Global Research On December 28, 2015, the United Nation’s OCHA made its first express Twitter mention of two northern Syrian villages, al-Foua and Kafarya (also transliterated as Kafraya). The belated December mention is in spite of the fact that the two villages of around 30,000 people have been locked under siege by terrorist… Read More Not-Tweetworthy: UN selectively tweeting, ignores Foua, Kafarya, Nubl, Zahra’a