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E.M.P. Vulnerability Invites Catastrophe in U.S.

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld noted long ago that there is a geopolitical counterpart to Aristotle’s axiom that “nature abhors a vacuum.”  As the...

“Occupied Territories”: What About Cyprus, Kashmir, Tibet?

This latest decision tells us nothing about Israel or the West Bank. But it tells us what we need to know about the EU....

EU’s Full-Blown Boycott Kills Chance for Peace

Europe's unreasonable acrimony towards Israel has finally gone beyond the usual condemnations, and been sealed in a document worthy of the pro-Palestinian activist who...

Peace Is Not at Hand

American-sponsored Israeli-Palestinian peace talks—or perhaps, talks supposedly leading up to peace talks—are on for today in Washington. A last-minute hitch was cleared up. Last...

Thoughts on the Release of 104 Palestinian Murderers

Israeli leaders have a long history of making lopsided trades with their Arab enemies. These include: 1985 – 1,150 prisoners for 3 captured Israelis...

Expect Samantha Power to Continue Obama’s Disastrous U.N. Policy

Wednesday’s confirmation hearing for Samantha Power, President Obama’s pick for U.N. ambassador, should not have been such smooth sailing. Over the past four and...

The Baseless Hatred of the EU Towards Israel

Consternation in Israel over the EU’s malicious decision to boycott individuals or institutions situated over the ‘Green Line’ between Israel and the disputed territories....

Iranian Nukes on the Horizon

President Obama’s Middle East policy has been an ever-worsening train wreck because it lacks credibility and strategy, as Egypt, Libya, and particularly Syria, have...

Claims Conference: Has it No Shame?

For more than a decade, there have been passionate pleas for the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, the organization responsible since its...

The Boring Palestinians

If this were a TV drama, it would be 'The X-Files' in its 46th season Sufian Abu Zaida is a well-known Palestinian nationalist who...

Iran’s Losing Bet in Egypt

Morsi's ouster is another blow to Tehran's political and ideological standing in the region. The collapse of the Morsi government poses new challenges for...

Is Netanyahu Turning Left?

With Syria and Egypt aflame, why is U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry returning to the Middle East for his sixth visit since February...

The Eclipse of the British Empire

By now, the outrageous story of Louis “Chip” Cantor, an American Jewish student who was detained and interrogated at U.K. customs, allegedly subjected to anti-Semitic...

Arab World War Two: Sunni Versus Shia

“Domestic fury and fierce civil strife…. Blood and destruction shall be so in use And dreadful objects so familiar ...

Secretary Kerry, Demography Doesn’t Threaten the Jewish State!

Israel is “running out of time,” Secretary of State John Kerry told the American Jewish Committee in Washington this month. A two-state solution to...

Should Egypt’s Morsi Stay or Go?

I  was not present in Egypt yesterday, June 30, but I watched some of the wall-to-wall broadcasts on Egyptian television of packed squares and...

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