Articles

  • November 16, 2018|Seth FrantzmanThe National Interest

    How Hamas Brought Israel to the Brink of Election Chaos

    Hamas didn’t achieve a military victory. But toppling the defense minister is a kind of victory because it shows that Hamas can shake Jerusalem’s politics at the very top.

  • November 15, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute

    Why Erdoğan's Charm Offensive Falls Flat

    Erdoğan has tried hard to use the murder of the Saudi journalist, Khashoggi, for a charfm offensive mission to polish his badly tarnished image in the Western world.

  • November 13, 2018|Efraim InbarIsrael Hayom

    In the Middle East, You Win with Fear

    There is no place on this planet where there is a direct correlation between quality of life and terrorism.

  • November 08, 2018|Clifford Smith and Sam WestropThe Christian Post

    Lost in Sudan

    World Vision Worked With and for Terrorist-Funding Organizations.

  • November 07, 2018|Andrew HarrodThe American Spectator

    Did CAIR Manage to Censor a Public Library?

    WHY DID PLANO LIBRARY IN TEXAS REMOVE A COMIC BOOK ABOUT FIGHTING AL QAEDA FROM ITS CATALOG?

  • November 04, 2018|Burak BekdilGatestone Institute

    Why Do Middle Eastern Refugees Vandalize Christian Structures?

    Is Erdoğan using the mostly-Syrian migrants as a bargaining chip to recalibrate his country's failed admission to the EU?

  • November 02, 2018|Jonathan SpyerMiddle East Center for Analysis and Reporting

    Turkey Shells Kobani and Tel Abyad in Eastern Syria. What Are Its Next Moves?

    Turkey's actions constitute a significant escalation in the ongoing face-off with Kurdish forces in northern Syria.

  • November 02, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJonathanspyer.com

    The Return of ISIS

    The jihadi organization is currently stirring in outlying areas of Iraq and Syria.

  • November 01, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post

    Iran Plot Fallout: Danish Anger Could Divide EU on Iran Sanctions

    US ambassador to Germany: ‘We must continue to squeeze the regime by denying it the money it craves to plan and implement these attacks.’

  • November 01, 2018|A.J. Caschetta New English Review

    Iran as a 'Crazy State'

    In February 2018, unnamed spies were accused of infiltrating Iran with special lizards that “attract atomic waves.”

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