Promote quality journalism
JNS PRESS +
Republish JNS content
Username / Email
Don't have an account?
Sign up here
Khashoggi’s murder and the battle for supremacy in the Sunni world
Now that Saudi Arabia has acknowledged its responsibility for the Khashoggi murder, it is time to clarify Turkey's role and responsibility in the affair, from the perspective of the battle between Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Saudi Arabia's Muhammad Bin Salman for the leadership of the Sunni world.
The mask drops: Russia reveals itself as Israel’s enemy
But with Russia’s equipping Syria with S-300s, and its inevitable operation by Russian officers against Israeli aircraft, the Russians risk a major military and technological debacle.
Germany is far removed from its dark past, but its Iran policy remains sordid
Germany's past should have enjoined her to openly take the moral lead in promoting regime change when dealing with a totalitarian regime such as Iran.
The Palestinians seem headed towards political extinction
As long as the Palestinians fail to make a historical ideological change and forego the “right of return” component of their national identity and struggle, they have no prospect of actualizing any real national goal.
Qatar and the American syndrome
A popular Arabic expression describes Americans as follows: “Americans are good people, they can easily be deceived.”
Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS
It’s time for Israel to cut off Qatar
How does the Israeli government explain an incomprehensible policy of collaboration with an enemy state? At the top of the list of excuses is the (clearly unfounded) claim that the Qatari aid to Gaza is preventing a war by keeping Gaza from plunging into a humanitarian crisis.