The Old City in East Aleppo was fully liberated just before the 12th December 2016. The terrorist and militant factions led by Nusra Front, aka Al Qaeda, whose black flags hung from the walls of the ancient Umayyed Mosque until they were torn down by the victorious Syrian Arab Army and allies.
In 2011, the European Union launched sanctions against Syria, presenting them as “sanctions against certain figures in the regime”, which imposed an oil embargo on the country, along with a block on all financial transactions and a prohibition on trade in a large number of goods and products. This measure continues today, although in 2013 the oil embargo, through some inexplicable decision, was removed from armed and jihadist opposition-controlled areas in order to provide economic resources to so-called “revolutionary and opposition forces”. Read more
War is war. There will always be pain, destruction, much to rebuild and much debris to clean. That can be fixed in few years, but what needs generations of hard work, is trying to help those children get over the horrors that we were not able of protecting them from. Read more
I’ve been asked to address all the media chaos that took place after the Liberation of Aleppo. Below is my brief impromptu response to all of these illogical stories coming from the presstitutes about the “Aleppocaust”. Read more
The Richie Allen Show on davidicke.com featuring Jamila Assi and Dr. Sam Osmanagich. Syrian journalist Jamila Assi analyses the news that fighting has ended in Aleppo with rebels agreeing to leave the city, a victory for the Assad government and Vladimir Putin. And Dr. Sam Osmanagich has written 13 books on ancient history and pyramids. In 2005 he discovered an ancient pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina consisting, to date, of eleven artificial structures, a discovery which caused an enormous amount of controversy among the archaeological community. Who put the pyramids there? And for what purpose?