Some European countries like France and Italy have admitted past secret agreements with terrorist groups to allow them to operate freely as long as they don’t do attacks within the country. This is a statement in a writings by Barry Rubin at Gloria Center. He is upset with EU nations using double standards on Israeli… Read More France and Italy struck peace deals with Islamic terrorists
A provocative ad that equates some Muslim radicals with savages is set to go up next week in the New York City subway system, just as violent protests in the Middle East are subsiding over an anti-Islamic film ridiculing the prophet Muhammad. A conservative blogger who once headed a campaign against an Islamic center near… Read More New Ad: Support Israel, Defeat Jihad!
“American era of dominating the Middle East peace process is ending”. These are the words of Richard Haass. He is a former director of policy planning at the U.S. State Department. Speaking on the possible effect that recent upheavals in the region could have on the peace process, Hass, said that the U.S. will no… Read More The US dominance in the Middle East is over
Document critiques Israel for anti-democratic bills, anti-Arab discrimination, not prosecuting settler violence. For the second day in a row, the European Union issued a document that had some harsh words for Israel, saying a spate of “potentially discriminatory or even anti-democratic bills” were tabled in the Knesset, and blasting Jerusalem for not prosecuting those responsible… Read More EU issues second document blasting Israel
Without UN funding, the issue of Palestinian refugees would have gone away a long time ago. This is a statement by Prof. Nitza Nachmias of the Jewish-Arab Center in Haifa University. She says that it wasn’t for UNRWA and its half-billion dollar annual budget, the Palestinian refugee problem would have been solved long ago. There… Read More The UN kept and prolongs a «Palestinian refugee problem»
We will not allow ‘another Khomeini’ to take control of Egypt, army says. Members of ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces tell Egyptian daily that they would not permit Egypt to be ruled by religious extremists. Egypt’s military rulers have said they will not allow religious “extremist factions” to control the country, the Al… Read More Egypt to remain a military dictatorship
The Bahrain Grand Prix is set to go ahead today despite the outbreak of violence that left an anti-government protester dead on a rooftop. Salah Habib Abbas, 37, is believed to have been killed by shotgun pellets fired by police as more rioting erupted on the eve of the Formula One race. Crowds of masked… Read More Violence in Bahrain puts US 5th fleet at risk