MSN News Promotes Anti-Israel Water Libel

MSN News (a Microsoft site) has compiled a photo slideshow of “Places around the world running out of water.” Unsurprisingly numerous Middle East countries feature with accompanying captions. That Israel should be included is debatable given the fact that its water crisis has been alleviated thanks to desalination plants and effective water resource conservation. MSN […]

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Why Does AIPAC Support Two-States if Israeli Gov’t Doesn’t?

With the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference shindig only ten days away, the Israel advocacy organization’s claims that Israel supports a two-state solution, and its attempts to have Congressmen do the same, are angering at least one Israeli NGO. The organization, Mattot Arim, says that AIPAC is working, as is the American […]

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Ike’s Gamble

When Michael Doran of the Hudson Institute told me he’s writing a book on President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Middle East policy, I nodded politely, wondering why someone engaged in current policy issues would devote himself to a topic of mainly antiquarian interest. Well, having now read Ike’s Gamble, I know the answer: his topic is […]

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My Visit to Sweden Confirms Trump Was Right

by Raheem Kassam Breitbart February 21, 2017 Originally published under the title “What I Saw in Sweden Last Week Is Not ‘Normal’ and Trump Is Right.” When I got off the train at Malmo’s Central station last week and dragged my suitcase noisily over the cobbled pavements I thought to myself, “There’s no way this […]

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Turkey is More Oppressive than the USSR

by Daniel Pipes Feb 22, 2017 Cross-posted from National Review Online I participated yesterday in a conference about the eastern Mediterranean at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies (BESA) just outside Tel Aviv; and because Tel Aviv is the diplomatic center of Israel, its events attract a good number of diplomats. Yesterday was no exception, […]

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