I saw the Netanyahu speech with a close friend of mine of Iranian ancestry (only in America, right?).
Netanyahu is using Iran as a smokescreen to divert attention from his government’s failed policies towards the Palestinians and its responsibility for the unfolding humanitarian tragedy in Gaza.
Broad or limited war is not the only relevant debate.
The confused response of the west to the rise of ISIS has been to employ the language used by ISIS about itself.
If you want to confuse people, take a simple concept and make it seem complicated.
One often overlooked facet of our relationship is the important strategic economic partnership.
Most of the some 200 kidnapped girls from Chibok remain in captivity.
There is now the desperate need for a coherent strategy not only by Western political leaders, but also by the leaders of peace-loving Muslims around the world.
We say, Slow down. What’s the fine print?
Once again we have a U.S. president refusing to meet a Jewish leader who comes to warn of impending doom.