Opinion

Mahmoud Abbas

Analysis: Abbas’ security doubletalk

It is far from lost on the PA that security coordination with Israel is what stands between a very hungry Hamas and Abbas served up on toast for breakfast.
Abbas at UNESCO

Analysis: UNESCO supports terror

The UNESCO resolutions denying the Jewish ties to the Holy Land are being interpreted by many Palestinians as a green light to pursue their 'armed struggle' to 'liberate Palestine.'
ISIS threat

Is radical Islam horrifying the West into paralysis?

With policies dictated by the fear of negative media images spread across the world, the West's decision-making is susceptible to appeasement, censorship and retreat to avoid facing the horrible reality and fighting it head on.
Holocaust film

Who killed the Holocaust?

While it remains to be seen whether the Holocaust has lost its luster around Hollywood, it is increasingly being recruited to promote a series of progressive causes.
US navy attack on Syria

US action against genocide: A brief guide

Trump’s missile strike against Syria inaugurates a new chapter in the long and controversial history of American responses—and sometimes non-responses—to mass murder around the world.
Tehran anti-US protest

Is Iran a Paper Tiger?

Iranian officials often boast about their military technology advancements and call for the destruction of Israel, yet these claims might ring hollow.
Trump on Settlements

Will that be one state or two?

The importance of Trump's remarks is that the US objective is to make a peace agreement rather than to create a Palestinian state.
Army of Islam official Mohammed Alloush

Switzerland: Chocolate, Watches and Jihad

Switzerland is an excellent answer to those who still claim Islamic terrorism is reserved for those countries that participated in operations against ISIS or other Muslim terror organizations.
Anti-Trump Women's March

A Travesty of Education

For those of us who want to protect, defend, preserve and pass down our way of life, we are very late.