Articles

The Islamic State Deepens Its Presence in North Africa

The terrorist attack in Tunisia underscores the dangers of the Jihadists.
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The Palestinian Leadership’s Regression in the Peace Process

Palestinian official presents his uncompromising plans.  Read More »

U.S. Administration Highlights Iran’s Involvement in Terror

U.S. Government documents Iran’s international terrorism.  Read More »

The Iranian President Toes the Supreme Leader’s Red Lines

Iranian “red lines” are clear.  Are they clear in Washington?  Read More »

Much Ado About… the Academic Boycott of Israel in the UK

Wisely choosing your BDS battles.  Read More »

Egypt’s Projection of Military Power in the Middle East

Egypt loses its restraint in dealing with Muslim terrorists  Read More »

The Islamization of World Soccer?

Palestinian Soccer: Watch the Play Away from the Ball  Read More »

Implications of the Fall of Key Syrian and Iraqi Cities to ISIS

Shiite-Sunni battles are changing the map of the Middle East  Read More »

Jerusalem: Delusions of Division – Introduction

Dividing Jerusalem would deny the Jewish people’s right, connection and commitment to Jerusalem.  Read More »

The Status of Western Military Aid to Kurdish Peshmerga Forces

Kurdish peshmerga fighters may have the will, do they have the means?  Read More »

Draft International Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Anti-Semitism

Clearly, and sadly, the issue of anti-Semitism has always been and remains a major recurring aspect in the international arena and narrative.  Read More »

The Failure To Deter Genocide

Last month much of the international media became engaged in the question of how the world had handled in recent decades the most heinous crime against humanity: genocide.   Read More »

Israeli Security Policy in Syria

The attempted Hizbullah attack thwarted on the Golan Heights and the air strikes attributed the Israeli Air Force on against military targets in Syria join a series of similar incidents over the past three years.  Read More »

France’s Position on the Emerging Nuclear Agreement with Iran

Why France has a different view of Iran than the United States  Read More »

Why Does The West Apologize To Iran?

It is impossible to explain the present policy of the Obama administration toward Iran without an understanding of how a large part of the American foreign policy establishment actually believes that America shares the blame for the deterioration of relations […]  Read More »