The world’s most prestigious newspaper, the New York Times, recently produced an article predicting Israel’s soon-coming demise.
Israel says that half of Iran’s centrifuges would have to be destroyed to slow down Iran’s quest to build a nuclear bomb.
There has never been in Islamic history a democratic Arab Muslim state.
Rifts between Obama and Netanyahu are unfortunate in a volatile Middle East where U.S.-Israel cooperation needs to be strong.
Israeli leaders are embroiled in yet another U.S. attempt to broker a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.
The prospects of a Middle East regional war are on the rise due to the continued conflict in Syria, which has become a geo-political nightmare for neighboring countries.
In reality, the White House continues to sit passively while the bloody war in Syria rages on.
Looking at the condition of Syria today, with over 70,000 people dead and millions displaced from their homes, along with the horrors and atrocities associated with war, one wonders how worse it can get.
With the hopeful Passover greeting of “Next Year in Jerusalem”, many Jews have been contemplating how the recent visit to Israel by U.S. President Barack Obama will affect the U.S.-Israel relationship in years to come.
One of the key focuses of the new Israeli government, formed after the January 22nd national election, will be Jerusalem’s relationship with Cairo.