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Tag Archives: civil war
It’s hard to believe that fifteen years have already passed since that terrible day in September 2001. How much has happened in those fifteen years, both on the personal level and at the macro, national and international level. Five years … Continue reading
The world was stunned when Putin stepped in to “save the day” for Barack Obama when the latter refused to intervene over his own red lines being crossed by Syria’s Bashar Assad as he gassed his own people. Everyone was … Continue reading
I was planning to write about the Syrian civil war some time ago but then events in Israel overtook me. Make no mistake, the “knife intifada” – which includes stones, rocks and car-rammings too – is still ongoing, but it’s … Continue reading
Between Shabbat and chagim and more Shabbat and more chagim the world still goes on, and it’s not always happy reading. Before Yom Kippur we learned of the Russian military buildup in Syria: Russia ramped up its military buildup in … Continue reading
As we watch the Middle East melt down into deeper and ever-more dangerous violence and anarchy, we watch with wonderment and mystification at the actions, or rather the non-actions of Barack Obama and his Administration. “How can they not see?” … Continue reading