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Hamas ‘Returns’ Arafat’s Nobel Peace Prize Medal … to Ramallah

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Israel and Turkey Delay Reconciliation, Ambassador Exchange

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Israeli Police Officer Injured in Stoning Attack, Egged Bus Firebombed

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Israeli Arab Teen, 15, Shot and Killed at Israeli-Egyptian Border

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Arab Terror Gangs Attacking Travelers in Judea and Samaria

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Jerusalem’s New Business District Inaugurated Wednesday

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Damage to Beitar Illit Car from Arab Stones

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Israeli Arabs Terrified of Joining Palestinian State

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Arabs Reject Liberman Promise to Build Gaza Harbor, Airport, if Hamas Stops Shooting

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Iranian President Mocks US Elections, Favors Own Brand of Democracy

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New UNESCO World Heritage Vote on Jerusalem Set for Wednesday

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Left Irate: Habima National Theater to Perform in Kiryat Arba-Hebron

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Report: Hamas Terrorist Killed in Tunnel Collapse During ‘Mission’

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Rubin Reports
Remnants of the foiled Sinai border terror attack

Posted on: August 8th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

You will be reading a lot of accounts of this event mostly saying the same things. But what’s really important?

The burnt-out wreckage of an Egyptian military vehicle after militants commandeered it through a security fence from Egypt into Israel

Posted on: August 7th, 2012

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Israel’s “friends” abroad simply can’t seem to get out of their minds the idea that the country faces such terrible threats that it must make big concessions and beg for peace with the Palestinians on just about any terms, or try to appease hostile surrounding countries in order to stave off their wrath.

Barry Rubin

Posted on: August 5th, 2012

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A famous Jewish story about that is the tale of Rabbi Zosia who said that he did not expect God to berate him for not having been Moses—who he wasn’t—but for not having been Zosia.To me, that means we must do the best to be ourselves while trying to make ourselves as good as possible.

Mitt Romney in Israel

Posted on: August 1st, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

Since Palestinian Authority leaders want to discuss culture, here’s one out of thousands of examples. Recently, at a cultural performance whose audience included the PA minister of culture, the songs and poetry spoke of how the main priority of raising children is to make sure they were ready to use guns—not computers—against you-know-who.

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Posted on: July 30th, 2012

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To a remarkable extent—and this has nothing to do with his views or policies—Bibi Netanyahu is the only functioning politician in Israel today. No wonder he is prime minister, will finish his current term, and will almost certainly be reelected in 2013. Consider the alternatives.

Mitt Romney in Jerusalem

Posted on: July 30th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

Speaking to an often-cheering group of about 400 people in Jerusalem, Governor Mitt Romney gave a speech less notable for what he said than for the fact that the audience believed he was sincere in saying it.

Barack Obama

Posted on: July 29th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

When Andrew McCarthy drew a parallel between the treatment of State Department official (and Soviet spy) Alger Hiss in the 1940s and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin Weiner today it reminded me of an interesting discovery from my own research, as documented in my history of the State Department, Secrets of State.

Aurora victims

Posted on: July 25th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

There is no political ideology, government program, or redistribution of wealth that is going to cure humanity’s ills. In today’s secular, even anti-religious, Western society, religious people are seen as aggressive, intolerant, and foolish. But there are two things a decent religious person possesses that others don’t: A belief that there is a divine judge, which may make them curb their behavior; and a desire for self-improvement, to reduce their sins and strive for something higher.

Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi

Posted on: July 20th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

The next era in the Middle East will be dominated by the debate over whether Islamism is the way to go. Islamists will radicalize the regional scene, carry out terrorism at home and abroad, and inflict repression on their own people wherever they get power.

Hillary Clinton.

Posted on: July 19th, 2012

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The interesting news was not that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was pelted with stuff while visiting Cairo, the important issue was who was doing the pelting. Once upon a time, anti-American radicals threw things at U.S. leaders. But now….the hurlers of objects were people from the Free Egyptians Party and other Egyptian liberals. At the same time, leading Christians refused to meet with Hillary.

Syrian people

Posted on: July 18th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

The tide seems to be turning in Syria. While the civil war is far from over, the regime is clearly weakening; the rebels are expanding their operations and effectiveness. There have also been more high-level defections. What does this mean and why is this happening? There are three main factors that are making a rebel victory seem more likely.

Mideast summit

Posted on: July 16th, 2012

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Why are the Palestinians—their leaders’ intransigence, the radicalism of a public opinion nurtured in this direction for years, the effect of the competition from Hamas, and so on—left out of the equation?

Muslim Brotherhood supporters waving the Egyptian flag

Posted on: July 15th, 2012

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Here we are in the middle of 2012, and all of the events of the last eighteen months don’t seem to have taught the current administration’s policymakers or its supportive scribes anything. Can’t they even consider: “Hmm, perhaps this “Arab Spring” thing isn’t working out so well … “, or, “Maybe the rapid rise of revolutionary Islamist movements is just a little bit scary. Maybe we should be cautious about promoting it”? Can’t they?

Israeli flag

Posted on: July 13th, 2012

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Israel’s has had dramatic success in terms of economic progress. The country has become a world leader in high-technology, medicine, science, computers, and other fields. It has opened up new links to Asia. The discovery of natural gas and oilfields promise a massive influx of funds in the coming years. And the idea that Israel is menaced by the failure to get official peace with the Palestinians is a staple of Western blather but has no big impact in reality.

Praying on the Egyptian flag

Posted on: July 12th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

If there is an Islamist president and parliament who pass laws that correspond only to Sharia and who appoint Islamist judges and al-Azhar shaykhs then Egypt will be a Sharia state. No doubt though the Constitution will be interpreted by many Western observers of proof that the Brotherhood and Salafists have moderated.

A Palestinian woman holds a picture of Egypt's new president, the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi

Posted on: July 10th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

Because of political reasons and especially due to the ideological monopoly of certain forces over Western institutions, most of the academics, analysts, journalists, and politicians who speak on these issues get away with pushing the moderation thesis. They are virtually never asked to provide proof. This wrong idea thus sets current U.S. policy and creates a great risk of future crisis, instability, repression, and severe damage to U.S. interests.


Posted on: July 6th, 2012

InDepthAnalysisRubin Reports

Yasir Arafat is dead. I sat across from him in his Gaza office. He even had a copy of my history of the PLO on his book shelf so he must have been of sound mind at the time. But it’s not my fault. I told him to start jogging and cut down on sweets.But he didn’t listen.

Special Peace Envoy to Syria Kofi Annan

Posted on: July 4th, 2012

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That’s right! The powers have agreed to a transition to a new government which will go into effect as soon as the current dictatorship agrees to be overthrown and its rulers flee for their lives and watch their supporters probably be massacred.

Demonstrations in support of new Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi

Posted on: July 2nd, 2012

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Lenin once reportedly said that he would get the capitalists to sell him the rope with which to hang them. But Egypt is a far clearer case of such a situation. Will the dhimmis finance the consolidation of the Muslim Brotherhood’s power in Egypt? It sure looks like that will happen though they probably will be cheap about it.

Shimon Peres meeting with a Chinese official

Posted on: July 1st, 2012

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An Egyptian friend visited China a few years ago and asked a counterpart, “China has been the victim of so much oppression and imperialism. How do you deal with that?” The response was, “We got over it.” My friend was astonished, but he realized that his own society would be far better off if it eschewed the politics of revenge and bitter hatred. In contrast, Israel and China share a focuses on positive national construction, raising living standards, and seeking peace.

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