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Another predictive failure leaves Mideast ‘experts’ unchastened
Despite Arab gestures toward Israel that were previously considered inconceivable, the experts still insist that further progress requires Israeli concessions to the Palestinians. What makes them so sure?
Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies
Muhammad bin Salman: For better or for worse?
Embattled Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman could prove to be not only a cat with nine lives, but a cat that makes surprising jumps.
Playing into Iranian hands
Israel and Hamas are not the only players that are bracing for a possible conflagration. Over in Tehran, the ayatollahs know that renewed hostilities would help distract the world’s (and Israel’s) attention from their regional aggression.
Rabbi Abraham Cooper and Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein
Peace in the Mideast cannot be built with platitudes
When religious leaders—in this case, the pope himself—offer nothing but bromides instead of practical ideas that can work, many of the faithful tune out or just check out altogether.
Why Arab writers say Israel is superior to Arab countries
The reasons lie in Israel’s strong and effective judicial system that tackles corruption in the country; that it is a democracy; that it respects the will of its citizens and voters; and that over the years, it has invested a great deal in education, science, health and technology.
Syria is now ‘a Shi’a colony of Iran,’ Damascus-born professor tells Israeli conference
Middle East experts address the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University on Iran’s expansionism and threats to the region.