Diplomacy – Peace Process

B’Tselem – Less Reliability and Credibility, More Politics

B’Tselem’s reliance for its funding and sources of information on partisan political organizations places the organization’s credibility and reputation in question.  Read More »

Iran: Challenging Our Missile Program Means Crossing a Red Line

Iran’s defense minister: Our missile capability is our own and we won’t accept anyone’s interference.  Read More »

Saudi Arabia and Israel Are in the Same Predicament

Saudi Arabia’s fear after the Iran deal  Read More »

Egypt Accuses Turkey of Subversion

Egypt claims to have captured Turkish intelligence officers.  Read More »

Egypt Fights a Terror Onslaught

Egypt’s army was ill-suited to counter Islamic State’s attacks.  Read More »

The Qatari Connection to Terror Incidents in Egypt

Is Qatar-Egypt tension over Muslim Brotherhood dangerously escalating?   Read More »

Terror Escalation in Egypt

Egypt battles ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood – to the death.  Read More »

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 »

The Shameful Failure of the War against ISIS

One year after the founding of the Caliphate, can ISIS be stopped?   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 »

Pan-Arabism versus Pan-Islam – Where Do the Druze Fit?

The Threat to Ethnic Groups’ Self-Determination   Read More »

When the Muslim Leadership Chooses to Be Silent about Insults to Islam

When is blasphemy politically acceptable to Muslim leaders?  Read More »

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

Wisely choosing your BDS battles.  Read More »