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Erdogan Praised at White House as He Subverts US Interests

With a 'friend' like Erdogan, Obama’s policy toward Syria, Iran, the advance of revolutionary Islamism, and the Israel-Palestinian “peace process,” is in serious trouble.

Who’s More Dangerous: Sunni or Shia Islamists?

America could be said to be building a united front against Iran, but at what price?

The Deeper Meanings of Shavuot

Shavuot reflects the centrality of 'seven' in Judaism.

The Demise of the Anti-Israel Card

Even Muslim Brotherhood think-tanks have said that the Shia, and especially Iran, are more dangerous threats than is Israel.

An Open Letter to the Arab League: Thanks, but no Thanks

Throughout all of history, did an Emir, Sultan Caliph or Arab or Islamic King rule in Jerusalem even for one day?

Why the Benghazi Affair is Still so Important

The Obama Administration has turned to Islamists in the belief that they are best suited to guard US interests in the Middle East.

The US-Israel Win-Win Relationship

Israeli technologies, shared with the U.S. industry, have enhanced the U.S. employment, research & development and exports.

Obama’s Vision: Government Itself as the American Ideal

Obama wants Americans to believe that government is only the sum total of their efforts together. But that is nonsense.

Re-Elected WJC President Returning Jews to Eastern Europe

What President Lauder sees as the top assignment for the Jewish people is terrifyingly unique, if you're a student of history.

How the Palestinians Trap Themselves and Drag the West Along

The Palestinian Authority is in a box of its own making. It cannot win militarily against Israel, nor will it engage in serious diplomacy with Israel.

The Collapsing Crescent

When the borders of a state are breached, its existence as a state is undermined.

Israel’s Surprising Economic and Strategic Position

Perhaps if Western states studied its policies rather than endlessly criticized them they might gain from the experience.

Why the ‘Arab Peace Initiative’ is a Scam

In other words, to speak in English in Washington to make the Americans happy is one thing; to do things in practice is something else entirely.

Arabs Must See Harsh Consequences to Prevent More Bloodshed

How my experience working with emotionally disturbed children taught me everything I need to know about the Arab-Israeli conflict.

The Truths About Terrorism They Dare Not Speak

When it comes to terrorism, many quarters of American society act as if race, religion and national background are taboo.

With Syria, at Least Israel Seems Ready

This is the second time reports have surfaced that Israel hit Syria's Scientific Studies and Research Center.

Common Sense on the Syria Mess

Whatever happens, there will be a Muslim Brotherhood regime in Syria and Obama will support it.

Fisher’s Assessment: ‘The State of Israel’s Economy is Very Good’

Though it can boast many achievements, in Fisher's view, 'The state of Israel’s economy is very good, not excellent as it was in recent years.'

Downfall of a Great Newspaper

Israel’s 'most respected newspaper' is a case study in the collapse of modern journalism.

Will Obama Ignore Iran’s Active Nukes Like Syria’s Chemical Weapons?

From Israel's point of view this is the ultimate test case.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev: What’s in a Name?

Killed Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, an ethnic Chechen Muslim, has been identified by the FBI as a “strong believer” in Islam, and...

The True Conflict of the Middle East

A new paper at a Muslim Brotherhood-associated think tank has admitted that Israel is not the primary "threat" to Arab culture fingering Iran instead.

State of Unreadiness

Ghe Iran nuclear problem is not one that can be dealt with via a small, pinpoint strike, in a matter of only minutes on target.

The Motive Cover Up of the Boston Bombings Begins

Why are government officials, politicians, army officers, academics and journalists afraid to point out the truth?

Preventing More Muslim Teenagers from Becoming Terrorists

The works and the moderate individuals exist but they are not given support, even in Western countries, nor do they have the resources to wage the battle.

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