The personal Middle East diplomacy of the president’s son-in-law may have helped move things forward for the first time in many years
By welcoming Otzma Yehudit, he has ceded the moral highground
Despite the vocal gusts blowing from the other side of the Atlantic, Europe is at a loss over what to do about the looming problem of returning jihadists
The Trump administration takes the pink offensive to Iran — and beyond!
The Israeli premier clashes with Poland over the Holocaust
A former general has emerged as a challenger to the Israeli Prime Minister
We’ve spent trillions of dollars on years of war. And for what?
The louder Washington calls for Nicolás Maduro’s ouster, the more likely it is that he will survive
According to the western media, yes
His thirst for martial acts suggests that he wants to wage a war against Iran, one that would result in regime change
20 predictions for 2019
The unannounced visit serves as a welcome distraction
Christmas came early for Turkey
Don’t be fooled by the Zionist narrative!
Whatever trust there was between the White House and the Pentagon has vanished
War brings our elite together
It makes a conflict with Iran less likely
Saif ul-Malook on fearing for his life and defending Asia Bibi from blasphemy
Khashoggi represented everything that is repressive and repugnant about journalism in the Arab world. Why is he so honored?
We don’t need leaders to listen to a murder to know what happened
The Hawaiian congresswoman has few friends on her side of the aisle
The media’s hypocrisy over Jamal Khashoggi stinks. The president is wise to ignore it
The President has an opportunity to show that America First still stands for religious freedom everywhere.
After the Khashoggi murder, the Saudi regime seems curiously pliant to western interests