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July 21, 2019
Will Mideast Christians share the fate of the Jews of Arab countries?
Against the backdrop of the persecution of Christians in the Middle East in general and in the P.A.-controlled territories in particular, it is worth recalling a famous Muslim saying: “First, we’ll take care of the Saturday people, then the Sunday people.”
May 27, 2019
The persecution of Christians in the PA must stop
The ongoing international neglect of the plight of the Christians under Palestinian Authority rule could lead to the disappearance of Christianity in its very birthplace.
April 3, 2019
A new era in Israel-Gulf State relations
It appears the people of the Gulf have adopted a new stance, having opened their eyes to the illusion of opposition to and war against Israel. They understood that their support for the Palestinians is detrimental to them, including from a financial perspective.
March 19, 2019
Gazans want to live
Many believe that this is the spark that will trigger an all-out conflagration in Gaza against the terrorist organization, which rules with an iron fist.
February 10, 2019
Gaza as an ‘International Quarantine Zone’
This would hardly be the first political use of the quarantine institution, which is a foreign-policy tool designated by international law.
January 28, 2019
The false promise of peace with Arab countries
It Is evident that our neighbors are only interested in making peace with us because they are in distress.
August 8, 2018
When Palestinian blood isn’t equal
When Palestinians are killed by other Arabs, evidently no one cares—not in the Arab world and not among the Palestinians themselves.
July 17, 2018
Saudis are playing a double game on Israel
Following the signing of the 1994 Oslo Accords, the Palestinians asked Israel for permission to “moderately” incite against the Jewish state for “domestic needs.”
June 8, 2018
Kuwait: A serial violator of human rights
It goes without saying that Kuwait is hardly a role model for democracy. It continues to violate basic human rights with impunity, notably by holding tens of thousands of people under conditions of slavery.