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High Anxiety Continues Over Obama in the UN Until January 20

High Anxiety Continues Over Obama in the UN Until January 20 Why UN-watchers are worried about a last-minute jab at Israel. December 12, 2016 By Edwin Black Anxiety continues to roil through the pro-Israel world over a possible last-minute political move by the Obama administration that could permanently alter the…

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Israel’s first project with Trump

Israel’s first project with Trump An Iranian proxy war is brewing. December 9, 2016 By Caroline Glick Originally published by the Jerusalem Post. Israeli officials are thrilled with the national security team that US President-elect Donald Trump is assembling. And they are right to be. The question now is how…

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Watch What Iran Does, But Also Listen To What They Say

Watch What Iran Does, But Also Listen To What They Say "Death to America" chants are still reverberating loudly in Tehran. December 8, 2016 By Kenneth R. Timmerman President-Elect Trump will be tested by the Islamic state of Iran soon after taking office on January 20. It could come the…

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‘Tacit Consent’ in Israeli-Russian Relations

'Tacit Consent' in Israeli-Russian Relations Moscow is not interfering with Israeli attacks on Hezbollah in Syria. December 8, 2016 By Joseph Puder One of the most interesting stories, if not the most puzzling, is the close understanding and amity between Jerusalem and Moscow. While the Russian Air Force pounds the…

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Turkey’s Desperate President

Turkey’s Desperate President A country on the edge. December 5, 2016 By Robert Ellis Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan is a desperate man. He is faced with turmoil at home and abroad, the Turkish lira is crashing and internationally he is in the doghouse. Erdogan’s project, to launch his Justice…

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High-Stakes Game over Syria As Khamenei-Putin Axis Advances

High-Stakes Game over Syria As Khamenei-Putin Axis Advances How long can Israel defend itself as the Khamenei-Putin axis advances? December 2, 2016 By P. David Hornik The news out of Syria this week is, as usual, complex—and seemingly contradictory. On the one hand, the Russian-Syrian-Iranian-Hizballah alliance appeared to have overcome…

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John, the Son of Thunder

John, the Son of Thunder Israel - Middle East Thursday, December 01, 2016 By J.L. Robb Did Jesus play favorites with his original 12 Disciples? Apparently 11 of them thought so, along with many others. Of all the 12 original apostles to Jesus the Christ, why was John, son of…

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Israel in Flames

Israel in Flames An arson wave reveals stark truths about a country and its neighbors. November 28, 2016 By P. David Hornik From Tuesday to Sunday in Israel, over 30,000 acres of natural forests and brush were destroyed in wildfires. The fires also spread to, or were ignited in, cities,…

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President Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal

President Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal Let us hope that President Trump will be tough in deeds, not just with words. November 23, 2016 By Joseph Puder The U.S. House of Representatives this week voted overwhelmingly (419-1) to extend sanctions on Iran for the next 10 years. This legislation…

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Hezbollah’s Brazen Display

Hezbollah’s Brazen Display Flush with cash, Iran’s terror proxy shows off its wares but the group should be careful what it wishes for. November 22, 2016 By Ari Lieberman Last week the Shia terrorist organization and Iranian proxy, Hezbollah, held a military parade in the city of Al-Qusayr, located in…

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