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Saudi Arabia, Israel and Realpolitik

Ari Lieberman, How Obama’s appeasement policies have prompted a fundamental realignment in Mideast alliances. The Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff, Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, revealed this week that Israel was prepared to share intelligence with Saudi Arabia in an effort to combat Iran’s expansionist agenda and malign regional influence. The unprecedented statement was made during

Hezbollah Develops Domestic Arms Industry with Iranian Know-How

Ari Lieberman, Lebanon transforms into a vassal state of the Mullahs. Not many people have ever heard of Souk El Gharb, a sleepy Lebanese village perched on a mountain top overlooking Beirut but in 1983, this village was the scene of ferocious fighting between the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) and an assortment of Syrian-backed leftist

Israel Prepares As Iran and Hezbollah Ratchet Up the Rhetoric

Ari Lieberman, Israel’s genocidal enemies beat the drums of war. According to Arab media sources, the Israeli Air Force launched a series of strikes against military targets within Syria in the early morning hours of Wednesday. The attacks, which reportedly targeted a Hezbollah weapons convoy, occurred near Damascus. According to at least one report, a

Hamas-Linked CAIR Holds Event with Hezbollah Imam

Joe Kaufman, Sunni and Shiite terror associates break bread at Pompano mosque. This past August, the Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) sponsored a roundtable event featuring a meal at the American Islamic Center of Florida (AICF) located in Pompano Beach, Florida. Representing CAIR was the group’s Regional Operations Director, Nezar Hamze.

The very real, very dangerous threat of the Iranian regime

Mark D. Wallace, Matan Shamir In an recent article in Foreign Policy magazine, author Trita Parsi wants us to believe that “Iran’s proxy wars [are] a figment of America’s imagination.” He brushes off the statements of newly minted Secretary of Defense James Mattis—a career Marine, four star general and universally lauded military expert—as hyperbole.  Interestingly,

Israel’s first project with Trump, An Iranian proxy war is brewing

Caroline Glick, Israeli officials are thrilled with the national security team that US President-elect Donald Trump is assembling. And they are right to be. The question now is how Israel should respond to the opportunity it presents us with. The one issue that brings together all of the top officials Trump has named so far

Ken Blackwell: Stopping America’s Drug Epidemic

Ken Blackwell, This 2016 presidential race was a hard fought campaign. President-elect Donald J. Trump campaigned on a bold and conservative platform of making our cities safe again. After decades of neglect, urban communities across America are in desperate need of repair. With so many partisan political issues, there remain a select few issues that

Officials: PA Voting Machines “Incorrectly” Changing Ballots to Clinton from Trump

Voting machines in Pennsylvania were registering straight Republican votes as Democratic votes early Tuesday, officials say. The error was due to a calibration issue in Lebanon County’s voting machines, where five machines out of the 270 machines available in the county malfunctioned, Penn Live reported. Voters saw the errors after they reviewed their ballots before officially

When the enemy (Iran) comes to town, we should give them what they deserve

Pete Hegseth,  Last summer, the United States, Iran, and other world powers, minted the so-called Iranian Nuclear Deal. After which, at this time last year, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani triumphantly told the U.N. General Assembly in New York City that the deal was “a brilliant example of victory over war” that “sets a strong precedent”

The Last Supper: The Plight of Christians in Arab Lands

Raymond Ibrahim, Note: The following is a book review of The Last Supper: The Plight of Christians in Arab Lands, by Klaus Wivel. A shorter version of the review originally appeared in the Middle East Quarterly (Fall, 2016, vol. 23, no. 4). Danish journalist Klaus Wivel is to be commended for shedding light on an