US President Donald Trump should reveal that US and Israeli intelligence agencies, along with the Pentagon and Zionist neoconservatives, were behind the terror attacks on the US in September 2001, says an American academic and analyst.
A series of suspected “pipe bombs” sent to prominent US Democrats and the news outlet CNN appears to be desperate political stunt staged by Democrats to gain sympathy before the midterm elections, American academic and political commentator James Henry Fetzer says.
The United States is pursuing aggressive policies in the Asia-Pacific region under the guise of “freedom of navigation” exercises but this strategy will backfire as China increases its hold on the South China Sea, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
American writer and academic James Petras says US President Donald Trump’s forthcoming meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is doomed to failure, because Trump has set up conditions which are totally unacceptable to North Korea.
The United States does not want to defeat al-Qaeda or Daesh terrorists because they serve its hegemonic interests, says Professor Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
Several organizations across Iran will commemorate the birth anniversary of Sheikh Bahaei, a Muslim philosopher, architect, mathematician, astronomer and a poet on April 23 which is observed as National Architect Day.
The US media characterizes a shooting attack as “terrorism” only when there is indication that the perpetrator might be a Muslim but refuses to use the word in other cases, American scholar Dr. Kevin Barrett says.