Netanyahu Chooses Trump over U.S. Jews…Again

Benjamin Netanyahu (Alexandros Michailidis via Shutterstock)

by Mitchell Plitnick On Saturday, Robert Bowers, a right-wing gunman strode into a synagogue in the Squirrel Hill section of Pittsburgh and began shooting. When he was finished, he’d murdered 11 people. Donald Trump led the quick march to bizarrely… Continue Reading  

Bedouin Village Community Is Failed by Self-Serving EU “Concern”

Emmanuel Macron (Frederic Legrand--COMEO via Shutterstock)

by Ramona Wadi There’s no denying that Khan al-Ahmar has managed to generate and sustain international scrutiny. Since Israel’s High Court of Justice ruled there was no impediment to the demolition of the Bedouin village, the clamour over its impending demolition ranged from activist support… Continue Reading  

Is Oman Helping Netanyahu Make Peace with Saudi Arabia and Iran?

Benjamin Netanyahu and Qaboos Al-Said (VOA)

by Sigurd Neubauer Sultan Qaboos Al-Said seemingly took the world by surprise when he hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Muscat last week. The British-educated Qaboos, who is also the Arab world’s longest serving monarch, has played an indispensible… Continue Reading  

Israel Crushes Resistance at Home and Abroad

Benjamin Netanyahu (Drop of Light via Shutterstock)

by David Sheen The Jewish-Israeli left is in tatters. They make up just a tiny fraction of the Jewish population of the country, and their numbers have been steadily shrinking since the start of the millennium. No alliance of progressive… Continue Reading  

America’s Motley Middle Eastern Crew

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt, King Salman of Saudi Arabia, and Donald Trump (White House)

by James A. Russell The media has provided a daily barrage of coverage of the ever-changing story of how Jamal Khashoggi met his tragic and barbaric demise, with accompanying tales of just how awful those bad old Saudis really are.… Continue Reading