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A Tale of Two Terror Attacks and The New York Times

by NOAH BECK June 26, 2017

There are reasons why attacks in Europe are covered more exhaustively than those targeting Israelis. But as a result, Americans may not fully appreciate the depth of Palestinian violence because the near-daily examples of it are all but ignored.

It is Time for a Regime Change in Iran

by AMIL IMANI June 26, 2017

There were never any questions about the Islamists denigrating Iran and exulting Muhammad.

The Forgotten War that Changed American History

by JANET LEVY June 23, 2017

In the late 1700s, the newly independent republic of the United States was continually beset by piracy at sea from four Muslim Barbary Coast states: Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, and Morocco.

The West's Endless 'Whack-A-Caliph' Campaign

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) June 23, 2017

Lt. Col. James Zumwalt looks at reported demise of ISIS' al-Baghdadi

Religion and Secularization In the Middle East

by HERBERT LONDON June 22, 2017

Terrorism in the middle east knows no limits. The ancient monastery of St. Catherine’s in Egypt’s Sinai desert was attacked with 40 worshippers slaughtered.

Israel: Confronting Fake News, One Camera at a Time

by GIDON BEN-ZVI June 21, 2017

While today's widespread use of the term fake news can be traced to Donald Trump’s first press conference as President-elect, Israel has long had to grapple with the phenomenon of media outlets bending the truth for political gain.

Two Alleged Hezbollah Jihadists Arrested In U.S.

by MICHAEL CUTLER June 20, 2017

Immigration (naturalization) was the key to their terrorist activities.

Expect an ugly rumble in Raqqa

by DR. PETER BROOKES June 19, 2017

This fight has been some three years coming, since ISIS took the city in 2014 from the Syrian army. The assault comes none too soon for us and others, considering past and recent ISIS-related terrorist attacks at home and abroad.

Saudi Arms Deal Advances; But Dangers Remain

by WILLIAM R. HAWKINS June 19, 2017

The narrow GOP majority in the Senate is not just threatened by Democrat filibusters. There are more than enough Republicans suffering from the malignant pre-condition of libertarian isolationism to flip the balance in the chamber when national security issues are at stake.

Trump Doctrine Seeks to Compensate for Obama's Middle East AWOL Doctrine

by LT. COLONEL JAMES G. ZUMWALT, USMC (RET) June 15, 2017

During our 240-year history, several presidents have undertaken U.S. foreign policy initiatives that today bear their names.

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