As usual, Trump stole the spotlight with al-Baghdadi’s death. Nevertheless, will this ultimately mean a Middle East that is free from war, problems, and disputes?
THE difference between the error of president Barack Obama and decisive reign of President Donald Trump is clear as far as the Mullah regime is concerned, considering the regime benefited from the laxity of Obama in dealing with it.
The Obama administration facilitated the infamous nuclear deal, which reinvigorated [Read more]
The suspicious silence is unacceptable.
<i>Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton finally confirmed in recent days that which Donald Trump has spoken of openly for months and what Americans have been thinking for years. The official allies of the U.S. – Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar – support and finance various terrorist and extremist [Read more]
The truth of how much we owe the United States shames us [Europeans] so deeply that we can only condemn and blame them for everything.
I suggest we begin with a metaphor.
The United States resembles a chess player playing on multiple chessboards simultaneously. One of the chessboards is Afghanistan, another, Iraq, one more chessboard is Serbia, the next one is Syria, and another here is the Ukrainian chessboard.
The buff chess player comes up to [Read more]
While U.S. forces launched an attack with planes and air raids against the Islamic State terrorist group on behalf of the coalition, the Israeli media remembered that four nonterrorist rockets had dropped near the settlements of Sderot and Ashkelon, close to the borders of the Gaza Strip. The Israeli media then held [Read more]
There are a thousand and one windows into memory and the preservation of those full of pain, and agony does not fade away. For Iraqi society, memory abounds with events of American heroes, and whatever the event, some tried to replace it with another as an attempt to cover up what happened in one detail or another. It [Read more]