Even in the Dutch mass media there are shocking things written on a regular basis about Jews and Israel.
Now is a good time for the EU to take stock and recognize that the entire Cyprus problem, like the Greece problem, was created by the actions of government.
Ignoring Abdullah's warnings, it seems the Obama administration has backed an Islamist candidate to lead the Syrian opposition.
Connections between the Jewish and American traditions of liberty.
The civil servants at Israel's foreign ministry seem to believe it is their job to shape government policy rather than to be faithful to it.
Obama must learn now about the dangers of Islamism or his administration will continue to be a net minus for Israel.
Nukes aren’t something you wave around like a drunk brandishing a knife.
Obama has not abandoned the pro-Islamist policy that has created a far more dangerous security situation for Israel.
Perhaps these seeming word games and niceties are beyond the interest or comprehension of many people, but everyone involved directly on this issue knows exactly what is happening.
Why help put into power and then favor people who hate you, lie about you, and want to destroy you? What is the pay-off?
At least Russia and China are probably as mystified as we are about where Obama is going with his missile defense policy.
If the world does not wake up in time to see the danger, Syria will be only the first domino to fall.
The problem of this government is more likely to be one of personalities, marginal issues that get blown up in importance, and jockeying for financial benefits for different constituencies.
In August 2010, Obama ordered a secret report on unrest in the Arab world.
The biggest losers, without a doubt, are the Haredi parties, Shas and United Torah Judaism.
Despite the current policy's serious problems and visibly dangerous outcomes there is no major debate it.
Israeli officials will be very polite in discussions and sarcastic when they talk among themselves afterward.
If the US cannot depend on its new “allies,” despite the supposed popularity of Obama and its policies in those places, then how can they be said to be allies at all?
Visits of Western leaders complicate old problems and create new ones, and moreover, the chances that these visits will yield a positive effect or result in a real solution to any problem, is quite low.
Starting in 1994, Palestinian poverty has been increasing steadily, until it really started revving down, so to speak, in more recent years.
The Egyptian regime doesn't want a war or even a high level of conflict at this time.
Historically, inasmuch as there was any European or American “imperialism” in the Middle East it made use of Arab political factors over Israel.
We are going to be told often in the next two months that things are going to get better in Egypt. It's likely that they are going to get worse.
Despite Obama's disastrous Middle East policy, in practice, there have been no real, material, or huge problems in direct U.S.-Israel relations.
What the Obama Administration has done is like trying to reduce crime by turning over the cities to the Mafia and letting it make the laws and also run the police and court systems.