Turkey Signals Sweeping Regional Ambitions

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: A nationalist Turkish television station with close ties to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has dug up a 12-year-old map that projects Turkey’s sphere of influence in 2050 as stretching from southeastern Europe on the northern coast of the Mediterranean and Libya on its southern shore across North Africa, the Gulf, and the Levant into the Caucasus and Central …

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Biden Rescinds Trump’s “Muslim Travel Ban” as “Inconsistent with American Values”
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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JANUARY 21, 2021 — No sooner did Joseph Biden enter the White House on January 20, 20201, when he began rescinding some of his predecessor’s strong immigration policies. Consider the so-called “Muslim ban.”  In  2017, Trump issued travel restrictions into the U.S. from various nations.  They are currently eight: Chad, Iran, Somalia, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen.  Although …

Raymond IbrahimBiden Rescinds Trump’s “Muslim Travel Ban” as “Inconsistent with American Values”
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

Why the United Arab Emirates’ Unprecedented Annexation Warning to Israel Matters
By SETH FRANTZMAN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — June 15, 2020 — Israelis woke up to a potential new era on Friday, June 12, 2020, with an article by the United Arab Emirates ambassador to the US warning that Israel’s planned annexation of parts of the West Bank would “upend Israeli aspirations for improved security, economic and cultural ties with the Arab world and with …

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Ecuador: An Unlikely Battleground to Secure America’s Southern Border
By TODD BENSMAN

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The South American country of Ecuador can be described as many things: a tourist mecca for its Galapagos Islands, the country that harbored WikiLeaks founder and fugitive Julian Assange in its London embassy for seven years, and soul-keeper of the vanquished Inca civilization. But an important battleground in America’s war over illegal immigration to the U.S. southern border? The answer …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Leaks and More Leaks By ED KOCH

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Last year, Thomas A. Drake, a former employee of the National Security Agency (NSA), was originally charged with a felony under the Espionage Act, a crime subject to a penalty of 35 years.  His defense, in effect, was that he was a whistleblower.  Recently, Drake was given a plea agreement of a misdemeanor with an agreement by the prosecution that …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Leaks and More Leaks By ED KOCH

Special Trend Alert: The 1st Great War of 21st Century Has Begun! By Gerald Celente

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KINGSTON, NY, March 21,  2011 — It is a bad science fiction movie written by mad political scientists. Exactly eight years to the day that President George W. Bush took America and his “Coalition of the Willing” to war with Iraq, President Barack Obama has taken America and his “Broad Coalition” to war with Libya. And just as the world was …

eHeziSpecial Trend Alert: The 1st Great War of 21st Century Has Begun! By Gerald Celente

Ed Koch Commentary – Libya: The Arab League Should Conduct the No-Fly Zone By Ed Koch

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Many in the international community are pushing President Obama to authorize war against the regime of Libyan dictator, Muammar el-Qaddafi.  I think to undertake a third war in the Middle East would be downright foolish.  We are now bogged down with 50,000 American soldiers apparently permanently stationed in Iraq and about 100,000 troops apparently stationed for an indefinite period of …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary – Libya: The Arab League Should Conduct the No-Fly Zone By Ed Koch