Category Archives: Middle East politics

Protecting our honor

There once lived a rich and powerful man. One day, bandits stole a water jug; but instead of taking it back and punishing the bandits — which would have been easy, since he had many sons — he said “it’s … Continue reading

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Ending Israel’s abusive relationships

The Jerusalem Post reports, Israel’s representatives to the judo Grand Slam event in Abu Dhabi have been told that they will once more not be allowed to compete under their country’s flag. The blue-and-white delegation to the final Grand Slam … Continue reading

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Russia in the driver’s seat

It seems that Iran, Israel’s most dangerous enemy, is pushing hard against Israel’s red lines in Syria. Yediot Aharonot military correspondent Alex Fishman writes, The Iranian regime, it seems, isn’t taking the public warnings issued by the Israeli defense establishment … Continue reading

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Don’t be the battlefield for somebody’s war by proxy

The other day I was reading an article by a South Korean writer, in which he expressed how unhappy his people were about being a battlefield for proxy wars. The Korean war from 1950-53 was a vicious conflict in which … Continue reading

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Vladimir Putin’s evil stroke of genius

As a child, one of my great fears was being the victim of a chemical attack. I read and reread the article on chemical warfare in the Encyclopedia Britannica in the school library with horrified fascination. When we practiced getting … Continue reading

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