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Hamas

There’s good news from Gaza these days, and it proves how misguided the international community’s approach actually is. The news is that Hamas is slashing...
Hamas

When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, he’ll undoubtedly devote part of his speech to the need to fight terrorist...
Gaza

If you ask Palestinians in either Gaza or the West Bank who’s responsible for their suffering, most would probably say Israel. But what would they...
Gaza

Donald Trump and the mainstream press may act like enemies on many issues, but they are the closest of allies when it comes to the...
isis

The U.S. Army recently announced that it has horrifying video footage of Islamic State fighters herding Iraqi civilians into buildings in Mosul. The plan was...
rex tillerson

Over at the Washington Free Beacon, Adam Kredo has the scoop that the Trump administration will welcome. He wrote: The State Department confirmed to the Washington Free...
Israel

I’m not naïve enough to think that better PR would solve all of Israel’s international relations problems. But there’s no question that incompetent PR makes...
Palestinian state

Will the Obama administration follow up on its betrayal of Israel at the United Nations Security Council? It could, either by supporting or abstaining on...
missile war

Israelis have slipped back into a degree of complacence about the missile threat from Gaza since the war in 2015. The same could be said...
Palestinian state

Last week there was some progress toward peace in the Middle East. Unfortunately, that progress wasn’t made between Israel and Palestinians seeking to create a...
Refugees

The Middle East is an incredibly diverse place: ethnically, religiously, culturally, linguistically, and topographically. Chaos, however, increasingly transcends the region. Notwithstanding the Joint Comprehensive Plan...
United Nations

Since ancient times, nations have granted immunity to diplomats from arrest or mistreatment. Without such immunity, diplomacy is virtually impossible and breaches of this tradition—such...