A Palestinian Authority official is alive but wounded after someone tried to kill him in Sidon.
Will the Palestinian Authority execute the father and son, like ISIS just did to a 7-year-old "blasphemer"?
Lebanon's Hezbollah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah announced Tuesday it is time to "gaze toward Israel."
But we can conduct an offensive. If we believe in our ideas, we can attack.
American Shia Muslims were attacked in Saudi Arabia during the hajj. Their crime? They are Shia instead of Sunni Muslims. Plus, they are Americans.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatens the US-led "peace talks," saying he will back “Palestine resistance” to ensure that all of the Land of Israel will not remain in Jewish hands.
With Iran and Hezbollah openly supporting the anti-Sunni side in Syria, the battle lines have been redrawn, this time according to ancient and familiar traditions.
America could be said to be building a united front against Iran, but at what price?
It seems Russia has decided that the "strong horse" in the Middle East is Iran and the Shiites.
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.
Radical Islamist ideology must be analyzed and challenged or the fight against terrorism wil have no end.
A situation is being set up in which a future Muslim Brotherhood regime in Syria can blackmail the United States.
The conflict between the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood and its allies and the self-described Alawites is the rupture in "broken" Syria – and it is not new.
Ignoring Abdullah's warnings, it seems the Obama administration has backed an Islamist candidate to lead the Syrian opposition.
Obama has not abandoned the pro-Islamist policy that has created a far more dangerous security situation for Israel.
If the world does not wake up in time to see the danger, Syria will be only the first domino to fall.
In the arid, forsaken and violent area that we live in, if you beg for peace you get a kick in the behind and thrown out of the arena.
The Shi'a ethnic-religious tradition of pretending to be Sunni in order to avoid violent attack, even death, has resulted in a culture of deception which continues today, especially in Iran. This is reflected in Iran's dealings with the International Atomic Energy Agency and the West regarding its nuclear program and more recently when it hosted the Non-Aligned Movement conference in its capital. At the conference, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi - a Sunni - attacked Iran's ally Bashir al-Assad and his regime for slaughtering its own citizens in Syria as well as Assad’s unnamed supporters, i.e. Iran. Iran purposefully mistranslated the speech in Farsi to make it seem that Morsi was talking about Bahrain, not Syria.
Extremist Sunnis could eventually ruin what began as a peaceful movement for reform and change in Assad's Syria. It would be even more tragic if they did the same thing in Lebanon after the Beirut Spring showed so much promise.
A tight, organized network of Iranian terrorists seems to be using elementary schools, universities and government institutions -- not to mention manipulating the multicultural system -- to promote its messages of propaganda and hate, apparently with the ultimate goal of conquering the "infidel."
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