After managing to reinstall the inaugural issue of “Syria: Break the Wall of silence” after being viciously attacked by hacking tutors if the Iranian regime, we have the pleasure to present you now the second issue.
On January 21, 2021, ARCHumankind organised an online seminar regarding the attack on the Abu Dhabi International Airport by the Yemeni Ansar Allah, also known as the ‘Houthis’. The terror assault against this internationally crucial infrastructure, where some European countries have military facilities, caused severe damages, and led to at least three fatalities. The group is part of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) network led by the Iranian regime and has been waging war against Yemeni authorities throughout the last decade.
Last Monday, the Yemeni Ansar Allah (also known as ‘Houthis’) launched an attack on the Abu Dhabi International Airport – where several European countries have military facilities – causing important damages and at least three fatalities.
Paulo Casaca in interview to Al-Arabya called the European Union to act in accordance with the international community, including the United States and the Arab Middle East countries to stop the nuclear programme escalade of the Iranian authorities.
After so many years of suffering and destruction, the photo of the drowned baby Alan Kurdi, who survived Kobane onslaught but not the Mediterranean crossing, finally made the headlines. Suddenly, everyone noticed the plight of the million Syrians who perished, were seriously injured or lost their livelihood.
According to the National Council of Resistance of Iran, four of the most important commanders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Expeditionary Force in Syria, seen in this recent photo together with Qassem Suleiman, were killed in Syria.
ARCHumankind was launched in the end of 2010 by a group of five friends with their eyes focused on the Greater Middle East. Foreseeing the Arab Spring, we were trying our best to provide a humane, democratic, tolerant alternative to the old sitting authoritarian regimes and the reactionary jihad movement which was and is waiting for its opportunity to tighten its grip on the Arab World.