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David Hornik is a freelance writer and translator living in Beersheva, Israel. In addition to PJ Media his work has appeared in FrontPage Magazine, National Review, New English Review, American Spectator, American Thinker, the Times of Israel, the Jerusalem Post, the Jewish Press, Ynetnews, Israel National News, Moment, and elsewhere. His novel Beside the Still Waters is forthcoming from Adelaide Books in 2019.

WRITTEN BY P. David Hornik
She finds anti-Semitism “unacceptable,” unless it’s made in Iran.
News that Iranian missile GPS tech reached Beirut may explain the urgency.
Why did Iran get off scot-free?
"[T]he Lebanese army ... is another unit in Hezbollah’s apparatus."
The quaint old days of the "socialist backwater."
Iran ends up with a seaport, airbase, and land base in Syria, for starters.