WASHINGTON – Pro-Israel officials rolled their eyes this week in response to the opposing spins about their support for President Obama’s drive to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad for his purported use of chemical weapons against his own people.
Syria is ceasing to be its former self, and “the war and terror have divided that country into parts, into a number of countries,”...
Iran for years has been trying to get Russia’s advanced S-300 missile system that can down commercial airplanes. Putin, feeling his oats after leading Obama by the nose, is ready to supply the goods.
President Assad may have miscalculated the effect of the term "chemical warfare" on the collective consciousness of his Iranian allies.
President Obama asked Congress to delay a vote on whether to strike Syria while he consults with Russia over a deal that would end...
Assad insisted he has no chemical weapons. Syria now admits it does. Russia insisted it is not supplying S-300 missiles to Syria. Now it says it sent parts. And Assad will turn over all chemical weapons?
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry warned House Armed Services Committee Tuesday that failure to grant President Obama the freedom to attack the Assad...
Team Obama came down hard on AIPAC to use its political muscle to convince members of congress to vote in favor of the U.S. strike on Syria.
The White House announced Monday that more than dozen more countries have formally backed a “strong international response" to the use of chemical weapons...
Russia suggests Assad turn over chemical weapons to the UN. Then Obama can call off an attack and Assad can claim he captured poison gas from rebels. But what about the nerve gas the Assad keeps hidden?
The IDF staged a surprise drill Saturday night on Mount Hermon, and Nahal Brigade soldiers used live fire and took over a mock outpost...
The US, Israel and others might be hit with chemical weapons if they attack, says Assad. But would he use them? Of course not. Not him. But there always is Hezbollah. Or rebels. But not Assad. Never.
Six people were killed in an accident last Tuesday, in which a package of live ammunition exploded while being smuggled into Turkey.
Two RAF Eurofighter Typhoons went up, but before they had a chance to engage, the two Syrian jets turned around and returned to base.
Saudi Arabia has agreed to support an American-led attack on Syria, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stated on Sunday in Paris, where he...
The Golden Dome now has company after the IDF deployed an Iron Dome system in Jerusalem on Sunday.
The Nation says Obama is fighting opposition in Congress to his Syrian war by waving the Iran-nukes flag, using heavy support from AIPAC.
The air campaign will potentially include an aerial bombardment of missiles and long range bombs fired from B-2 and B-52 bombers.
It’s a theory, but darned possible given Obama’s ego and powers of persuasion. What American would oppose a US attack to rid Syria of chemical weapons on Sept. 11 and regain the image of the almighty US?
Caught between the larger Sunni-Shi’a battles for supremacy in Syria, Christians are forced to contemplate an uncertain future as Western powers debate action against the government of Bashar al-Assad.