Football diplomacy brought Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan together in Doha for the opening of the World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been the first of its kind and may be a breakthrough in calling out Israel and its apartheid regime, Steven Sahiounie writes.
Many see the brewing war on the Kurds in Syria as a distraction manipulated by Erdogan in his effort to boost nationalist sentiments ahead of the election.
As President Assad has said before, be careful when you feed a monster because it can later turn to bite you.
NATO’s leaders are the Hitlers of our age, abusing sport for their own myopic ends, Declan Hayes writes.
The road to peace in Syria and the rebuilding of lives and homes there can only be done with the help of neighbors.
The first step towards liberation begins in the minds and consciousness of all ordinary people who allowed themselves to be misled and deceived by Western propaganda.
The so-called ‘secret deal’ which Biden thought he had secured in May was actually worthless due to the Saudis wanting to carry out an act of revenge against Biden and his stupid, empty threats.