Oh those sands! Those shifting sands!There is nothing stable in the Middle East, nothing to hang on to, nothing to give up anything for.
UNESCO: The death penalty for Tel Aviv residentsUNESCO's decision on the Temple Mount made historic headlines, but their decision on Tel Aviv's Bauhaus architecture areas is lethal.
Why the Arab terror in Jerusalem?Why is there active Arab terror in Jerusalem and almost none in other Israeli cities with large Arab populations?
The angel of death in AleppoDo we hear the drums of the apocalyptic war of Gog and Magog?
Kul 'am wa'antum bikhayr – A happy new year to allIt has been an eventful year in the Middle East, and there are four processes that sum it up.
Holidays, Motivation and ShaheedsThese holidays are the culmination of a period in which religion, faith in Allah, stringent observance of the commandments and the avoidance of sin, in addition to the vilification of infidels, are paramount.
Tensions rise as PA elections are postponedPA local elections lead to tension among Arab factions, sectors and the various social movements in Judea and Samaria. Can Hamas win? Is that victory in Israel's interest? We may never know the answer.
The real meaning of the Czech Republic's treachery regarding JerusalemCalling Tel Aviv the capital of Israel means much more than meets the eye.
As the Arab world crumbles, new alliances emergeHamas, Islamic State and Iran have brought about what was once thought impossible.
The real al Aqsa Mosque is not in JerusalemExpose: Muslim canards about Jerusalem and the al Aqsa Mosque revealed and proven to be lies through the publicizing of original sources.
Why Jabhat al Nusra has divorced from al QaedaSometimes it is best to separate temporarily so as to be able to join forces with others. It doesn't matter, just so long as each party keeps their eyes on the prize - in this case, Islam's global domination.
Where is Pan-Arabism and where is Islam?A courageous, but misguided Arab physician spoke his mind this week - in Arabic. Here is the English translation.
I incite, therefore I amDescartes famous saying, paraphrased, serves to define the reason for the Palestinian Authority's existence.
The Turkey-Israel AgreementAn analysis of the reasons for the rapprochement, those who helped it come to pass and why Israel did not include the return of the fallen soldiers' bodies.
New trends on the Palestinian streetThere is a surprising murmuring heard in the Palestinian Arab street. Israel should take notice.
Jihad-serving apologeticsMuslim intellectuals are explaining Jihad by using Freudian analysis, but it just won't wash.
The battle for Fallujah and the future of IraqFallujah is the picture of all that is wrong in the West's thinking on the Middle East.
Iran is an artificial countryThe West ignores what is happening to the many minorities in Iran.
Abbas and Sisi, the starling and the ravenAbbas sees Sisi as a kindred spirit, but that does not mean that Sisi will fulfill his requests.
Depressing deductions from the war in SyriaThe insane and endless war in Syria might as well be taking place on another planet, for all the West cares, and that is not the only lesson to be learned from the conflict.
Sorry to tell you, but….The facts are hard to swallow, but they are the truth.
Land Day, the mirror reflecting the failed mirage of 'Palestine'The demonstrations and protests that take place on March 30 in Israel are the cover up for the dismal failure of those who call themselves "Palestinians" to form a collective national entity.
Nasrallah's "Speech of the Year"Read it carefully. He represents the threatening regional power – Iran -- and is the geographically closest significant threat to Israel, with operative cells all over the world capable of terror attacks against a long list of possible targets.
The real reason Russia is leaving SyriaThere is a consistent pattern in Russia's behavior; one just has to look for it.
Al Jazeera's deceit exposed. What now, Israel?Al Jazeera's chief broadcaster himself admitted its deceit. Should Israel let this go by?
US and Canadian Jews' relationship to IsraelImpressions gained on a North American lecture tour.
Death and shame: End of the line for Nasrallah?Could embarrassing revelations about the death of Hassan Nasrallah's son put an end to his leadership of Hezbollah?
Samir Kuntar's death is part of the battle for SyriaAn explanation of the bestial Lebanese terrorist's death that is totally different from that heard in all the media.
The war between the coalitionsTwo coalitions are battling for control of the Middle East. America belongs to neither of them.
There is a partnerThere is an alternative to establishing another failed state in the Middle East.
Are Turkey and Russia going to clash?Is the next world war going to start between Turkey and Russia over the crisis in Syria?
The world is at warThe world has finally seen the light - or is it the darkness? It is going to have to reassess some of its sacred cows if it wants to survive.
There is no "radical Islam" and there is also no "moderate Islam"The two expressions were coined by those who think that the real Islam is the moderate one and that the radicals hijacked it.
Wake up and start connecting the dotsThis is not the time for an academic discussion of morality and ethics.
The Russian Bear has joined the cardgame in the Middle EastRussia has joined the game and it remains to see which way the cards will fall.
It's Jihad, StupidAbbas' UN speech is part of a master plan and it's name is Jihad. The doctrine of Islamic Jihad mandates the inclusion of an element of deceit, and Mahmoud Abbas is a master of deception.
Solving the Middle East's ProblemsDoes anyone remember the gushing words about the "Arab Spring?"
Life in the Shadow of IslamIslam is coming to your neighborhood. Be prepared.
A Proposed Solution to Europe's Migrant ProblemUnless Europeans have come to terms with losing their culture and national consciousness, they had better do something. A possible plan.
Lebanon, the Country that has Turned into a Garbage DumpLebanon, once the paradise of the Middle East, has become a large rubbish dump.
Islamic State is Heading for Lebanon NextHezbollah has so far been unable to stop Islamic State from closing in on its strongholds and tens of thousands of missiles.
How to Ensure the Future of Iraq's Minority GroupsA concrete idea that can put an end to the increasingly successful attempts to eradicate ancient ethnic groups and cultures.
Birds of Prey Circling Over SyriaThere are eight - or nine - different raptors waiting to hone in on the kill once Syria finally collapses.
How come America is Still "The Great Satan" in Iran?Khamenei needs to hate America. This article explains why in its surprising information about the people of Iran.
The End of an EraLiberty, equality and fraternity are now superseded by the recognition accorded the darkest regime known to man.
Daesh: It's not an Organization, It's a StateIt won't help the West to live in denial. There is a state out there that has to be destroyed just as Nazi Germany had to be destroyed.
Ramadan TerrorRamadan may be a month of fasting and prayer, but it is also a month of terror and violence.
What Do the Druze Want?The situation of the Syrian Druze is so complex, that each solution seems a catch-22 situation.
The Druze and the Middle East's Minority PactIsrael must, simply must, save the Syrian Druze.
It's not about Soccer, Stupid. It's about Israel's SurvivalMahmoud Abbas intends to destroy Israel. Plain and simple.
Syrian Death ThroesSyria's situation is bleak, no matter which way the tide of war turns. And it won't stop there.
The Last Battle?A battle raging on the mountanous border between Syria and Lebanon portends a Lebanese bloodbath to rival that of Syria.
The New Knesset's National Paralysis ListIt is called the United Arab List, it is third in size in the Knesset, but not to worry.
Obama, Ayatollahs and the History BooksObama can choose to enter the history books as the president who prevented Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons or as the president who facilitated it.
In Our Neck of the Woods, Actions Speak Louder than WordsTalk is cheap, but meaningless in the Middle East. Look at what they do, not at what they say.