The Arab states are no longer a single bloc opposing Israel but are divided into two coalitions. One is on Iran’s side; the other is against it. Israel, which in the past was perceived as the problem, has become part of the solution.
For many reasons, the Arab world is not at all interested in giving the Palestinian Arabs a state. The Palestinian Arabs don’t really want one either, because why kill the “refugee” goose that lays the golden eggs?
Considering Saudi Arabia’s concern over Iran’s ascendancy, Israel is presented with a unique opportunity to dictate terms of engagement to the kingdom. Israel should be reticent in its overtures.
Europe, reeling from successive waves of refugees and migrants, desperately needs the end of the Syrian civil war, which for the first time seems in the offing. But the emerging peace will only increase the emigration.
The Islamic State has started a fashion trend among Middle East jihadists; beheading is rapidly becoming the murder method of choice.
To date, all the Bedouins’ legal land ownership claims that reached the courts have failed.
Western countries ignore the rights of Iranians to live in freedom like the citizens of the West.
What is the cause of the Shi'ite-Sunni conflict?
Lately, the pro-Western coalition has begun to crumble, and two key countries - Saudi Arabia and Egypt - are searching for a new political crutch.
This past month several dozens of jihad organizations operating in Syria came to the conclusion that the disagreements among them harm their fighting cause and strengthen Asad.
Netanyahu's Bar Ilan Speech was not an attempt to emulate Obama by spreading false hope of an agreement with the Iranians.
Israel has not really convinced the world that Iran is a danger.
Al-Jazeera again appears to be promoting Islamic violence these days, in Egypt and in Israel.
Today's anti-democratic glue is apparently better than the glue of Slavic identity that formed the "Warsaw Pact" because it is a world view and a cultural perspective.
If chemical weapons had not been used, Damascus would have been overcome by the rebels.
General al-Sisi and is not about to give in to American pressure regarding the Muslim Brotherhood.
Post-Mursi Egypt accuses Hamas of responsibility for the terrorist chaos in Sinai, and not without good cause.
In Lebanon there is a rare opportunity to cut off a significant part of one of the most important arms of the Iranian octopus, which comprises Syria and Hezbollah.
It took the Europeans more than thirty years to understand that the Hizb'Allah organization, founded in 1982, is a terror organization. Good Morning, Europe!
The State Department and the White House fear Islamic terror more than anything else.
The target of the car bomb attack was the Center for Islamist Cooperation, the operational center for many of Hezbollah's offshoot organizations.
The crowds in the streets of Egypt will increase during the month of Ramadan, which begins on July 9, and religious sensitivities will be heightened as well.
Egypt is like a car with ninety million problems, and to describe it as a 'total loss' is to understate the situation.
Throughout all of history, did an Emir, Sultan Caliph or Arab or Islamic King rule in Jerusalem even for one day?
When the borders of a state are breached, its existence as a state is undermined.
Democracy does not have to allow jihad to be waged against it, even if this jihad uses means that appear to be legal.
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.
If the world does not wake up in time to see the danger, Syria will be only the first domino to fall.
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.
Arabs outside of Israel envy Arab citizens of Israel, labeling them "Arab al-Zibda," or "whipped cream Arabs."