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Tag Archives: Middle East conflict
Mr. Netanyahu has gone to Washington today to meet with President Donald Trump. They will be discussing the Middle East, Israeli residents in our Biblical heartland – aka those awkward things called “Jewish settlements”, (by the way, would anyone DARE … Continue reading
Confounding nearly all the opinion polls, exit polls and media pundits, Donald Trump achieved an impressive victory over Democrat candidate Hilary Clinton. The fact that I am not a fan of Trump did not detract from my huge schadenfreude at … 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 have written before about the strange political bedfellows and previously unthinkable alliances that are taking shape across the Middle East since the Arab “Spring” (aka deep winter) broke out. Here are some examples of how this is all playing … Continue reading
Dennis Prager has a brilliant way of simplifying the seemingly most complex problems. Here he does exactly that with this great video full of memorable sound bites and clever infographics. Watch and learn.