Thirty years of Syrian involvement in the Lebanese crisis:

Issued on 19/12/2005 Type Article
Lebanon’s transformation from a strategic asset in the days of Hafez Assad to a burden and a source of weakness in the days of his son, Bashar Assad

Portrait of Ghazi Kanaan, designer and implementer of the Syrian order in Lebanon, and handler of Palestinian and Lebanese terrorists serving the Syrian régime

Issued on 18/12/2005 Type Article
General Ghazi bin Muhammad Kanaan ( Abu Ya'rub) was born in 1942 in the village of Bhamra in the Latakia district of Syria, married and father of six, 2 member of the Ba'ath party and an Alawite Muslim.

The “Syrian order” in Lebanon (1975-2005): Lebanon as a Syrian satellite during the Hafez Assad régime and the weakening of Syria’s hegemony under Bashar Assad

Issued on 24/10/2005 Type Article
The assassination of Rafik Hariri, the Lebanese Prime Minister who refused to toe the Syrian line, and the dramatic events following it placed the 30-year old Syrian intervention in Lebanon back on the Lebanese, Arab and international agendas. This article will both analyze Syrian interests in Lebanon and examine the main stages of Syria’s assumption of control of it, from the beginning of the civil war to the régime of Bashar Assad.

A severely critical UN report regarding the investigation of Rafik Hariri's assassination accuses Syria of creating the tense atmosphere in Lebanon which made it possible.

Issued on 02/09/2005 Type Article
The report reveals Syrian threats on Hariri's life and implies is it the prime suspect. It increases pressure on Syria and calls for the formation of an international committee to investigate the assassination.

The "Syrian order" in Lebanon (1975-2005):

Issued on 02/09/2005 Type Article
Lebanon as a Syrian satellite during the Hafez Assad regime and the weakening
of Syria's hegemony under Bashar Assad

Bashar Assad's Syria: A focus of continued incitement to venomous anti-Semitism.

Issued on 02/09/2005 Type Article
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a Syrian best-seller: Another version of The Protocols,
published in Syria in 2004
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For years Syria has supported the Palestinian terrorist organizations and Hezbollah. Syria is home to the headquarters of many such organizations, including the political bureaus of Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, as well as other, smaller organizations which operate from Syria. Not only does Syria provide them with political asylum, it gives them military training, and arms and finances them. The organization heads are protected in Syria and the Syrian regime allows them to hold conventions and conferences in government facilities.
Syria also provides political and material support for Hezbollah, which operates in close conjunction with its ally, Iran. The existence of the ties between Syria and Hezbollah was illustrated by the death of Imad Mughniyeh, commander of Hezbollah operations, which occurred in Damascus, the capital of Syria.
In 1979 the United States State Department designated Syria as a terrorist-sponsoring country.