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Israeli nationality – there’s no such animal

Sunday 27 October 2013
A lot of religious and nationalist sewage has flowed through the state of Israel’s streams since its establishment…
Everyone will no doubt agree that Israel is not a normal country. Perhaps it is also one of the funniest countries in the world. This is because (...)

Obama’s U-turn on democracy and human rights

Tuesday 22 October 2013
Here is a Barack Obama puzzle: Why did the president turn 180 degrees on a key foreign policy question in a little more than two years?
By Fred Hiatt, editor of The Post’s editorial page The issue is whether promoting democracy and human rights should be an American priority. In (...)

The Hagia Sophia Mosque

Friday 18 October 2013
How does the name sound? Pretty much like Saint Paul’s Mosque in London, or the San Marco Mosque in Venice? What would such names mean to most (...)

The code to Damascus

Wednesday 16 October 2013
To fathom why the bloody Syrian civil war shows no sign of abating, one has to understand the tribal mentality of the Arab region.
"What’s going to happen in Syria?" I asked Fawaz, an exiled Syrian musician whom I met in Paris recently. "The truth is, I don’t know," he (...)

Iran wants the bomb — and sanctions relief

Saturday 12 October 2013
Abandoning the long quest for atomic weapons would be an extraordinary humiliation for Iran’s ruling class. That isn’t going to happen unless Iran’s supreme leader and his guards know with certainty that the Islamic order is finished if they don’t abandon the bomb
By Reuel Marc Gerecht and Mark Dubowitz Reuel Marc Gerecht, a former Iranian-targets officer in the CIA’s Clandestine Service is a senior fellow (...)

He Beat Us in War but Never in Battle

Tuesday 8 October 2013
To defeat any adversary, the late North Vietnamese Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap permitted immense casualties and the near total destruction of his country.
I met Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap—who died on Friday—twice. The first time was in the Vietnamese military hospital where I was taken shortly after my (...)

Cassocks fly over Syria

Monday 30 September 2013
When listening to many Syrian Christians, or their Lebanese brethren, you would think that only Christians are suffering from the Syrian (...)

‘Isaac & Isaiah: The Covert Punishment of a Cold War Heretic’ by David Caute

Sunday 29 September 2013
By Robert Kaiser This is an odd, engaging book. It involves one native Englishman (the author) and two immigrants, a Polish Jew and a Russian (...)

The fanatics of Islam

Wednesday 25 September 2013
The awful terrorist attack in Kenya, against innocent civilians who just happened to be in Westgate shopping center in Nairobi, first deserves (...)

The Arab D-Day

Saturday 21 September 2013
The United States and its European allies appear unable or unwilling to intervene effectively and forcefully in Syria. Therefore it is time to (...)

Stalemate’s End?

Friday 20 September 2013
Forget Rouhani — Iran’s hardline Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei might actually be open to a nuclear deal with America
The moment of truth is coming. All the optics from Tehran — even from Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei — indicate that Iran is gearing up for a new (...)

Moscow saves Assad’s bacon, for now

Sunday 15 September 2013
The Russian-sponsored agreement to put Syria’s chemical weapons under international supervision may well have headed off an impending American (...)

Who Do You Trust? (The administration’s saber-rattling felt more like knees rattling)

Wednesday 11 September 2013
WASHINGTON — Vladimir Putin, who keeps Edward Snowden on a leash and lets members of a riotous girl band rot in jail, has thrown President Obama a (...)

Blocking action on Syria makes an attack on Iran more likely

Monday 9 September 2013
The opponents of congressional authorization for military strikes against Syria are focused on one set of concerns: the belief that the costs of (...)

Saddam Hussein of Damascus

Sunday 8 September 2013
There are moments when one cannot stand idly by. The world must stop the killing in Syria.
Early on in the so-called Arab Spring, Syrian President Bashar Assad declared at every opportunity that Syria was neither Tunisia nor Egypt. He (...)

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