The Two-State Solution is Dead

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is at it again, this time blaming Israel for the collapse in the peace process with the Palestinians earlier this year--and, he implied the rise of the Islamic State across the region. Israeli leaders are now openly saying what only Minister of Defense Moshe Ya'alon was bold enough to say, before the peace process collapsed: Kerry is an idiot and an egoist who would burn the region and expect a Nobel prize.
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Erik Prince's Plan for Victory

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Pakistan Issues Nuclear Warning to India

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True Winners of the Nobel Peace Prize

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Thousands Return to Hong Kong Streets in Protest

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'Bad Joke' Prompts Ebola Scare on US Plane to Dominican Republic

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Analysis: Does the Islamic State Really Have 'Nothing to Do with Islam'?

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Pew Poll: Americans More Concerned about Ebola Than ISIS

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U.S. Military Arrives in Ebola Hot Zone

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IMF Says China World's Largest Economy, Sort Of

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