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EXPOSED: Illegal Activity of Western Special Services in Syria

This is my new article on the Syrian crisis. You know that the U.S. and Turkish special services have long been taking part in the conflict, but not so long ago the shocking details have emerged. It turned out that they are involved in spreading ISIS ideology among Al-Hol refugees and supplying weapons to HTS […]

Principled alliance: Balkans–Middle East parallels

By Vladimir Gujanicic – The maxim “divide et impera” has never been forgotten and has never been put out of service in Roman era. Every empire use such strategy to achieve its goals, where they can’t go through easily. On the other hand, the lesson of principled alliance needs to be learned, again and again, after […]

Is Brazil about to leave Lebanon because of Israel?

The reasons for the possible departure of Brazil from the command of the maritime task force of the UN peace mission in Lebanon are manifold. Which would be the most likely? This week, the press reported the possibility of Brazil leaving the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (Unifil), leaving the command of the UN […]

Liberation of Idlib, PART I: Road to Khan Sheikhoun (VIDEOS)

Idlib, Syria – The SAA (Syrian Arab Army) has been very successful in destroying the head-chopping “moderates” all across Syria. This is especially true for the now-legendary Tiger Forces. Being the spearhead of Syria’s war effort is anything but an easy task. Since Russian forces’ involvement in the Syrian war, the Tiger Forces have been […]

”KLA, ISIS, … what’s the difference?” Kosovo Albanian from Kacanik, known as the most monstrous Balkan jihadist, reportedly killed in Iraq (WARNING, VERY DISTURBING FOOTAGE)

An analysis from March 2019 by Mr. Carter reveals how important Albanians are to ISIS and other terrorist groups in Syria and in light of recent attempts of “reintegration” of terrorists from Europe, it’s more relevant than ever.FRN Editorial Board By Grey Carter – The notorious  Kosovo Albanian jihadist, Lavdrim Mudzaheri ( Albanian: Lavdrim Muhaxheri) […]

Are we facing another World War I? Anti-tank guided missiles

By Vladimir Gujanicic – Some of the first things that we think of if reminiscing the World War I are incessant trench warfare systems, positional systems, the battle fronts mainly static, and if they do progress, it is done with tremendous losses but small portions of territory gained. The fear of positional war systems and the […]