October 29, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute
Qatar may well be breaking away from its alliance with Turkey.
October 27, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJerusalem Post
Turkey and Qatar seek to turn the death of Jamal Khashoggi into political advantage.
October 24, 2018|Clifford SmithThe Federalist
Pressuring Saudi Arabia to release dissidents like Badawi could do a lot to restart incremental reforms.
October 23, 2018|A.J. CaschettaJewish News Syndicate
His relationship with Osama bin Laden predates his days as an “embedded reporter” in Afghanistan and endured after the Soviet Union withdrew in 1989.
October 22, 2018|Andrew E. HarrodThe Algemeiner
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) leaders have a peculiar way of expressing their oft-preached virtues of inclusion, pluralism, and participation.
October 16, 2018|Tarek FatahToronto Sun
The Khashoggi murder may be the straw that breaks the Saudi camel’s back.
August 07, 2018|Tarek FatahToronto Sun
We were selling our souls to those who have nothing but contempt for us.
August 06, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
The heated exchange between Canada and Saudi Arabia will have consequences as the kingdom says it will freeze trade and investment deals.
June 06, 2018|Michael J. TottenWorld Affairs Journal
Radical Islamic extremism itself may well sputter out and die over the long run, one birth date and funeral at a time.
June 06, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
Qatar is defiant one year after its neighbors cut relations.