In recent weeks, Arab countries, as well as Iran and Turkey have all been working out how they can move forward and get along with each other, all due to “sleepy Joe” Biden being asleep at the wheel. Where’s all this heading?
The truth about Khashoggi, was in fact a million miles from what the Post’s Opinion section crafted in a baptism of sensational storytelling.
Israel’s impunity has been crafted by the UN, in a parallel manner to how the UN facilitated Palestine’s territorial loss, Ramona Wadi writes.
The Gulf Arab states are now desperate to get the Iran deal back, fearing that Iran’s overtures are left unchecked and the crisis will only get worse.
The refugee flows are nothing new. And the games that poorer, weaker countries play by using them, have also been around for a while.
The Middle East powder keg will affect us all when that final spark ignites it, Brian Cloughley writes.
With Kafr Qasem, as well as with other massacres, Israel needs to set the record straight – it is a perpetrator, with intent, and with an entire political structure that has supported its ethnic cleansing for decades.
The U.S. will be seen as endorsing the crime, resulting in yet another foreign policy disaster in the Middle East, Philip Giraldi writes.