Netanyahu reminded America that the Iranian nuclear danger threatens America itself and demanded that Obama give priority to preventing an Iranian attack.
The U.S. President came to the region and gave his speech to the Islamic world, which was certainly unlike what was said or done by his predecessor Bush. They are both very different in terms of their cultures, convictions and policies.
It was for this reason that President Obama has been welcomed ever since he [Read more]
Political analysts described U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit to the Middle East and his speech at Cairo University as historic, changing the opinion and the electoral mood in the region, especially as his visit coincided with the upcoming elections in Lebanon and Iran.
When resistance forces were defeated in [Read more]
The custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin AbdulAziz, and U.S. President Barack Obama met in London on the sidelines of the G-20 summit. I believe that their upcoming meeting on June 3 will be different from its predecessor.
This does not diminish, of course, the importance of the London meeting as a [Read more]
Today, President Barack Obama’s first visit to the Arab region begins to discuss the future of the region in detail, tempting us with possibilities. These enticements help calm the region down for a while but tensions will soon escalate again, reaching the peak of crisis that will lead to an explosion. [Read more]