Bashar al-Assad

The 44th President of the United States replaced Pax Americana with a new world disorder. Will the 45th learn from his mistakes?

‘In Syria and Iraq my enemy’s enemy is not my friend, not even by the wildest stretch of the imagination’

‘A Jewish exodus will be a rude awakening to Europeans who wish to ignore the problem. The returning jihadis hate Western society no less’

‘Obama found it easier to perform the role of critical intellectual than commander-in-chief’

When the dust settles in Damascus, the country will have been torn apart and, as in Yugoslavia, the process will be irreversible

‘Unlike some of their most senior spies, Bibi Netanjahu and Ehud Barak see an attack on Iran in terms of Israel’s survival as a Jewish state’

‘Had it not been for the blood now drowning Syria, Europe’s honeymoon with the Damascus tyrant would still be continuing’

‘If size of impending catastrophe is a factor, why intervene in Benghazi but not in the Syrian cities of Hama, Homs or Latakia?’