Category Archives: Islam

J Street uncovers a secret about Netanyahu and Trump

I think my interest in J Street could once have been called “obsessive.” I wrote numerous blog posts a few years ago, pointing out that the supposedly “pro-Israel, pro-peace” organization received financing from George Soros, mysterious billionaires in Hong Kong, … Continue reading

Posted in American Jews, American politics, Islam, Israeli Politics | 1 Comment

A “New Middle East” — maybe in 500 years?

News item: Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah [Al-Sisi] said last night at the Munich Security Conference that “the failure to achieve a just solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the main source of instability in the Middle East,” according to a report … Continue reading

Posted in Islam, Middle East politics | 2 Comments

How Israel could prevail in today’s asymmetric conflict

Much is made of the idea of asymmetric warfare, in which the side that is weaker in a traditional military sense manages to inflict harm on its enemy by the use of simple weapons and tactics involving small units, hit … Continue reading

Posted in Iran, Islam, US-Israel Relations, War | 2 Comments

“Electric gates” and unspeakable horror

Friday night, a Jewish family was butchered by a terrorist who came into their home while they were finishing their Shabbat dinner. You can read the details here. They will sound familiar to anyone who has been paying attention to … Continue reading

Posted in Islam, Israel and Palestinian Arabs, Terrorism | 2 Comments

The three Jewish-Arab conflicts

The recent terror attack at the Lions’ Gate in Jerusalem reminded me, as if I needed reminding, of the complexity of the Jewish-Arab conflict in the land of Israel. There are actually three separate conflicts raging in the same place, … Continue reading

Posted in 'Peace' Process, Islam, Israel and Palestinian Arabs, Terrorism | 2 Comments