Perhaps the Palestinian post-truth will be covered with a veil of national pride.
If the Republican leadership wishes to heed the “Make America Great Again” motto, it needs to reject Trump’s extremist policies against the Muslim world.
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives both delivered a high-profile rebuke by a margin of over two-thirds of Obama’s veto regarding the law that would allow 9/11 victims and their families to sue countries that supported and financed the terrorists. Although the law does not name a particular country, it is [Read more]
The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act has complicated the already strained relations between the U.S. and its allies in the Middle East.
If the lowering of international oil prices has explosive effects on the Saudi economy, the bill under discussion will prove even more disastrous for Saudi Arabia.
Elected officials, Democrats and Republicans, in the Senate and in the House of Representatives, have just filled certain nights at the White House and in the rest of the administration with nightmares.
<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]