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How Propaganda Feeds War on Syria

SHAFAQNA- This article first appeared on GR on March 17, 2016. Western propaganda against countries targeted for “regime change” can be especially insidious because mainstream journalists abandon skepticism and go with the flow, such…

Green Helmets and Violent Anti-Black Racists: Meet the Latest "Revolutionaries" Destabilising Venezuela

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SHAFAQNA - Just as it seemed it not could get any worse for Venezuela short of an outright NATO invasion, the Zio-Imperialists destabilizing this great and resistant nation made sure that things got… Well… WORSE THAN WORSE. Enter the group…

You Only Hate Assad Because Your TV Told You To

SHAFAQNA - "What we’ve been undergoing to a large extent is a form of psychological abuse, actually, by very narcissistic, hegemonic governments and officials for a very long time. It’s a form of gaslighting where actually our own faith…

Social media campaign has sparked against KSA over Arbaeen slanderous attack

SHAFAQNA - After Asharq al-Awsat a Pan-Arab newspaper run and owned by Saudi Arabia run a fabricated story on Arbaeen - arguing that pregnancies out of wed-lock had become a source of social instability, activists took to social media to voice…

Arbaeen slander - Saudi newspaper sacks Iraq correspondent over fabricated WHO report

SHAFAQNA - The Saudi-owned newspaper Asharq al-Awsat said on Monday it fired its Baghdad correspondent, a day after printing controversial accusations wrongly attributed to a UN spokesperson. The report drew condemnation from Iraqi Prime…

How the US uses Shock & Awe to win public support

SHAFAQNA in collaboration with the MIDDLE EAST OBSERVER - A short feature report which argues that the US government and mainstream media use the 'Shock and Awe' strategy (or 'bad news') in order to shape the minds of Americans and win their…

Buying Silence: How the Saudi Foreign Ministry controls Arab media

SHAFAQNA - On Monday, Saudi Arabia celebrated the beheading of its 100th prisoner this year. The story was nowhere to be seen on Arab media despite the story's circulation on wire services. Even international media was relatively mute about…