Dr. Jonathan Spyer, the first Israeli analyst to meet with Kurdish leaders in northern Iraq, shares his experiences in an interview with Barry Rubin.
Turkey's Islamists pass a power-grab referendum, and the Times thinks it's pro-democracy. You really can fool some of the people all the time.
The Jewish people have been beset by an eleventh plague inside their own house: extreme left-wing intellectuals who urge they throw away their own interests, concerns, and even lives for the rest of humanity.
A campaign designed to put the onus for peace on Israeli citizens is getting deservedly ridiculed.
Prior to the Israel-PA direct negotiations, a high-ranking administration official briefed the media on what to expect. Here, a summary of the most interesting points.
Neither military action nor concessions are going to work entirely, but recognizing you have enemies is the first step in dealing with the problem.
Western governments have secured the survival and stability of a revolutionary terrorist Islamist regime that is dedicated to destroying their interests.
Among the scores of ridiculous things said, thought, and written about the Arab-Israeli conflict, the pretense that it has something to do with "race" may be the most foolish.
Cameron gives a begging, blubbering pander of a speech in Turkey. (Also read Claudia Rosett: "Prime Minister, It’s Not a 'Prison Camp'”
How do you know someone has no idea what they’re talking about? They predict that Israel is about to attack Iran.
Author-editor Zeyno Baran explains how the moderate and secular are battling the fervent to determine the future of Islam.
After his prediction of upcoming talks proved wrong last year, Obama ... makes the exact same prediction for 2010.
Europe may still lean significantly to the left, but a rightward shift fueled by Muslim immigration problems has begun. Just look at the Netherlands.
The bottom line must be whether or not the world wants to see another Islamist, genocidal state take hold. Let's discuss that, not overblown humanitarian concerns.
Institutions are crumbling as the lies needed to uphold the anti-Israel narrative become too much to bear.
Israel-Turkey relations have gone from alliance to the verge of war because the West pretended an Islamist government could be benign.
The administration releases a document that misidentifies threats and tells our enemies we intend to be weak.
State Dept. spokesman P.J. Crowley's contradictory response to Pakistan's censorship of the internet belongs to a worrisome trend in Western societies.
The new sanctions proposed by the U.S. government, and reportedly accepted by the other four permanent members of the UN Security Council, will force Iranian officials to work harder. In other words, they'll have to put in some extra hours to circumvent restrictions that can be easily broken.
An AP investigative report reveals the magnitude of Obama's inaction regarding the dangerous Islamist regime.
Obama continually ends up with egg on his face, while Russia is shoring up its ties and influence in the Middle East ahead of a nuclear Iran.
Today at the UN, Iran's president showed why he's a better strategist than his American counterpart. (Also read Claudia Rosett: "Why Does Anyone Care What Ahmadinejad Says at the UN?")
It is quite likely that Netanyahu has unofficially halted construction in East Jerusalem, though don't expect a public announcement.
Three European newspapers publish the latest incarnations of the vicious blood libel.