In June, I traveled among the militias and discovered who they really take orders from.
My friend was killed fighting ISIS near Kobani, Syria, on June 3rd.
Stubborn D.C. advisers won't accept why Iraqi security forces fail and the jihadis keep advancing.
Things fall apart.
As ISIS contracts in Iraq, it is expanding its control of Syria.
Post “Arab Spring,” the Middle East is in chaos. And ready to be devoured by the mullahs of Iran.
A lackluster election campaign in Israel reflects underlying consensus on key issues.
What used to be Syria is now a war-torn land divided between four factions, including ISIS.
Authoritarianism, or terror states: the only foreseeable results across the Middle East. Also read: U.S. Pulls Some Embassy Staff in Yemen, But White House Says No Need to ‘Change Posture’
The rise of political Islam in the west is not being adequately addressed by our elites.
On the front lines of the Syrian Kurdish city of Kobani.
For the first time since the collapse of the "peace process" in 2000, Israel’s center and left parties sniff the chance for victory.
Ridiculous liberal observers now fear a "religious" conflict. It's never been anything but.
It's not just the nukes: feckless U.S. policy let Iran capitalize in areas where West isn't even paying attention.
Needed: A strategy of dual containment.
The MSM, busy castigating Israel for defending itself, is ignoring ISIS' destruction of Iraq and Syria.
The prime minister views Operation Protective Edge as only one episode in a long war in which Israel is engaged against those who seek its destruction.
The Gaza War should be seen as an effort by Qatar and Hamas to re-establish their importance in the region.
They should be left to bleed one another white.
The campaign to place pressure on Israel through activism on the international stage is the latest example.
To everyone except, apparently, Kerry of Arabia himself, the "peace process" was a mirage.
Who are these insurgents, and why have events in Iraq reached this crisis point?