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Open Letter to President Obama about Christmas Bells Falling Silent in the Middle East - Israel News via
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Thursday at the Davos World Economic Forum that investing in the Israeli economy is a way to facilitate peace in the region. Read More: Netanyahu: Israel isn’t what’s wrong with Middle East, it’s what’s right with Middle East | JPost | Israel News.
After dispensing with Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt trains its sights on Hamas | JPost | Israel News via
The robot that will save civilians from snipers | JPost | Israel News
Iran metes out 80 lashes to Christians for communion wine drinking | JPost | Israel News via
Syrian rebels reject deal to strip regime of chemical weapons | JPost | Israel News via
Alleged plot to assassinate Sisi uncovered, as Sinai violence resumes | JPost | Israel News via
Chomsky visited Gaza - Read about it - in first visit to Gaza: End the blockade - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
Tom Friedman, the New York Times foreign affairs columnist, is perceived to be a Middle East expert. Is he? In January and June, 2000, on the eve of Bashar Assad’s ascension to power, Tom Friedman (T.F.) was charmed by Bashar Assad’s background: a British-trained ophthalmologist; married to a Brit...
Egypt's president wrote to Peres: I hope for peace and stability in Middle East - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
Following a letter that Israeli President Shimon Peres sent to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wishing him a good Ramadan, Morsi wrote back to Peres thanking him for the correspondence and noting Egypt’s interest in getting “the Middle East peace process back to its right track”. “It was with dee...
Gaza Christians fear the end of their tiny community - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper:
Syria's Assad needs loyal officers more than strategists - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
Clashes rage in northern Syria as opposition groups meet in Turkey - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News
The Eye of the Storm Iran's nuclear ambitions are an international dilemma, but nowhere is the threat more urgent than in neighboring Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that April negotiations in Istanbul gave a "freebie" to Iran of another five weeks — the timeframe until the next round of talks. This only increased speculation about when Israel will decide Iran's nuclear program is too close to the "point of no return" and launch an attack: This summer? Early fall? After the U.S. presidential election in November? No one knows the plans being drafted behind closed doors, but this much remains certain: An attack on Iran — American or Israeli — would create a level of chaos and upheaval in the Middle East not seen in decades, and would lead to countless retaliatory attacks against Israel. With rockets in Syria, Lebanon, Iran, and Gaza pointed at Israeli population centers plus increasing threats from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, one assumes the average Israeli citizen is frantically ...
Syria forces open fire on refugees crossing into Jordan - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News:
Ahmadinejad: Strike on Iran will cause enemy's destruction - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News:
Iran official: Only faint chance of war breaking in the Middle East - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News:
Syria demands written guarantees from rebels before pulling back troops - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News:
Islamic leader: Obama a fool Head of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood slams US, says Friday's protests harbinger of Palestine's liberation Roi Kais Published: 03.30.12, 17:48 / Israel News Islamists slam America, Israel: US President Barack Obama is a fool for supporting Israel, the head of Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood said in a sermon Friday, as Arabs across the Middle East rallied against the Jewish state. Friday's Global March on Jerusalem is the harbinger of the liberation of Jerusalem and Palestine, Sheikh Hamam Said told followers, adding that Arab and Islamic peoples refuse to sign peace treaties with Israel. Related stories: Mass rallies in Jordan, Lebanon Arabs clash with IDF, scores hurt Said also addressed the so-called "Arab Spring," while lauding those killed in the Syrian uprising over the past year. "They were killed as martyrs against robbery and tyranny and for the sake of Palestine's liberation," he said. Earlier Friday, Jordanian news sites reported that some 20,000 people took part in a mas ...
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