Category: Arab affairs

Southern Israel forever will be lost to Bedouin lawlessness unless the next government goes to “war” to win it back.
Radical Arab nationalists, the Islamic Movement, and the EU are provoking the Beduin to resist Israel’s benevolent development plans.
With the broader Middle East making mincemeat out of Obama's hopey-changey policies and ill-advised “fixes,” one has to wonder whether American opinion or policy is the best medicine for Israel. "Bambi" of America doesn't always correctly comprehend the "Godzillas" of the Middle East.
The count of 60,000 people killed in Syria over the past 22 months is double the estimated casualty count of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict over the past 45 years.
Ten experts at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies debate the implications of the Syrian civil war. They say: Israel should stay out of the conflict, but prepare for continued instability as Syria breaks up. A 10,000-word Jerusalem Post Magazine story written by me.
You have to question the wisdom of dumping sophisticated weapons systems into the currently turbulent and rapidly Islamicizing Middle East.
If Crown Prince Nayef wanted to lead the Arab world towards peace with Israel, he could find a way or two to express his "moderation" clearly. But the Saudis always seem to hew to the p.r. minimum.
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