Path to Victory: How Israel Can Win the Palestinian Conflict

The right policy is to convince West Bankers, Gazans, and Muslim Jerusalemites that Israel is tough and permanent and that they have lost and should give up the war on Israel. Convince them to abandon their fantasy of eliminating the Jewish state of Israel.

Iran’s Christian Boom

As a clandestine phenomenon, the practice of what are sometimes called Muslim Background Believers (MBBs). Iranian MBBs tend to be fervently pro-Israel.

Perceiving Academia’s Decline Already in 1971

It startles to realize that the academy's low reputation began so long ago and is not something recent.

Bibi, Thank You for Your Service!

Netanyahu has been an excellent leader, but is now the focus of national dispute.

Israelis Want Victory, Preferably without Paying the Price

80% of Jewish Israelis seek victory. Half that number are willing to pay the price for it.

Israel and the Temple Mount’s Five Muslim Rivals

Five Muslim parties are mainly engaged in this intricate, consequential struggle for the Temple Mount: the Palestinian Authority, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Republic of Turkey, and the Kingdom of Morocco. Each has distinctive strengths and goals.

The Leper Colony: Conservatives

This intolerance means that conservatives under the age of 45 have effectively been shut out of leading institutions

Remembering 9/11 in a Woke Year

What do the heroes of September 11 mean in a year of hating police officers?

Disquiet about Philadelphia Airport’s “Quiet Room”

The airport in the City of Brotherly Love. Seems, one brother is the favorite.

Jerusalem, Jordan, and the Jews

How disappointing that Jordan, which wishes to be seen as responsible and moderate, publishes such twaddle.

Deciphering Bidenese

There is a brand-new game: decipher the rhetoric of Joe Biden, former vice president and presumptive Democratic nominee for president.

What Would Ben-Gurion Do?

Ben Gurion would reject paying a probably massive price for self-indulgent symbolism.

Annexing the West Bank Would Hurt Israel

A leading conservative American commentator on Middle Eastern affairs gives six reasons to believe that taking over Palestinian territory would harm both U.S.-Israel relations and Israel's status as the Jewish state.

Conspiracy Theories in a Time of Virus

Israelis lead in the search for a COVID-19 cure is being twisted to confirm conspiracist suspicions of Israeli profiteering.

Making Sense of Palestinian Logic

Palestinian logic boils down to blackmail: You Israelis are rich, strong, and happy, so we will make you miserable unless you give us or give us access to more money. It's weird, it's sick

Tectonic Shifts in Attitudes toward Israel

Muslims show increasing indifference to the breakdown in Palestinian-Israeli diplomacy, but Leftists express growing anger over it. Thanks to a mix of Palestinian public relations expertise and continued antisemitism, the welfare of this small and powerless but fanatical population has transmogrified into the premier global issue of human rights

If Trump Wants to Divide Jerusalem into Three

Many of Trump's Israeli and Zionist admirers, including Evangelicals, will be rudely shocked by his proposal and lash out further weakening the conservative movement and diminishing Trump's chances at re-election.

25 years Post-Oslo: Why Israelis Shy from Victory

One day, imagine, a U.S. president tells an Israeli prime minister: “Palestinian extremism damages American security. We need you to end it by achieving victory over the Palestinians.”

99 Percent of “Palestine Refugees” Are Fake

Denying UNRWA money does not get to the heart of the problem, which lies not in its sponsored activities but in its perpetuating and expanding population of "Palestine refugees" in three unique, even bizarre ways

What Egypt’s President Sisi Really Thinks

Sisi:"The religious nature of the Middle East creates challenges for the governing authorities."

Pollard Pardon? Not Now

I do not want Barack Obama to pardon Pollard.

Obama’s Hollow Promises Abroad

As U.S. credibility and stature diminish, the president and his secretaries of state and defense engage in eloquent denial.

Pretending Tel Aviv Is the Capital of Israel

BBC: Gaza militants launch missiles at Tel Aviv in 1st rocket attack on Israeli capital since 1991 Gulf War.

Yawning over the Latest Headline News from the Middle East

In general, the regions these days hosts unchanging, repetitious and dreary news.

Has Iran Gained a Foothold in the Arabian Peninsula?

Oman will grant Iran a strategic location on a mountain overlooking the whole gulf region.

A Century of African-American Islam

White racists invented the idea that accomplished black Americans are not Africans but "Moors."

Yes, Support the Syrian Rebels

"U.S. Weighing Closer Ties With Hardline Islamists in Syria"

Saudis Bristle at Obama’s Outreach to Iran

Saudi media warned that the Iran regime will not be fettered by the accord.


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