Put simply, who are the friends of Israel in the region and who are the foes?
If billions of dollars have not bought PA support for a two-state solution in 20 years why should anything change now?
In the 6400 words used by Obama, Islam only constitutes three of them.
You might think that six Khamenei followers might split the hardline vote but don't worry as that will be taken care of in the ballot-counting if necessary.
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.
America could be said to be building a united front against Iran, but at what price?
Even Muslim Brotherhood think-tanks have said that the Shia, and especially Iran, are more dangerous threats than is Israel.
The Obama Administration has turned to Islamists in the belief that they are best suited to guard US interests in the Middle East.
Obama wants Americans to believe that government is only the sum total of their efforts together. But that is nonsense.
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.
Perhaps if Western states studied its policies rather than endlessly criticized them they might gain from the experience.
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.
When it comes to terrorism, many quarters of American society act as if race, religion and national background are taboo.
Whatever happens, there will be a Muslim Brotherhood regime in Syria and Obama will support it.
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.
Why are government officials, politicians, army officers, academics and journalists afraid to point out the truth?
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.
Ironically, if Israel and the Palestinian Authority signed a peace agreement, the recruiting and encouragement of extremism in the region would be at far higher levels than it is now.
What can the Copts do except resign themselves to continued persecution?
If a radical movement seizes control of the state and can hold it for a very long time, it can fundamentally transform policies and foreign policy.