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Hamas Likely to Emerge Stronger Despite Losing War against Israel

As yet another temporary ceasefire went up in the smoke of three Hamas terror rockets launched Tuesday against the Israeli city of Beersheba, the debate inside Israel regarding what lessons can be learned from this ongoing 31-day war will only intensify. While almost everyone agrees that Hamas suffered a devastating battlefield defeat at the hands of the Israel Defense Forces, many fear that, like so many other Arab defeats in their long history of wars against the Jewish state, Hamas’ present "defeat" will only increase its influence in--and control over--its Palestinian subjects. Aug 20, 2014 10:50 AM PT

UN, Relief Workers Contradict Obama: Yazidi Crisis Far from Over

Together with Yazidi leaders and emergency relief agency heads on the ground in northern Iraq, UN officials immediately disputed claims made late Wednesday by President Obama that Yazidi civilians stranded on Mount Sinjar no longer faced a humanitarian catastrophe, and that for all intents and purposes, the crises could now be considered over. Aug 15, 2014 11:49 AM PT

Trump: "Money Will Pour into India" Thanks to Narendra Modi

Visiting India to open the gleaming Trump Tower Mumbai, Real Estate magnate Donald Trump heaped praise upon India’s newly elected conservative Prime Minister Narendra Modi, predicting that his free market policies will unleash an unprecedented wave of foreign investment into India. Aug 12, 2014 1:02 PM PT

Dershowitz Asks: Does Jimmy Carter's Support for Hamas Constitute a Criminal Offense?

While Jimmy Carter was busy accusing Israel of war crimes and encouraging greater international support for the terrorist group Hamas, a noted legal expert and civil rights advocate claims the former American president may have committed several criminal felonies that ban the provision of material support to terrorist organizations. Aug 12, 2014 12:55 PM PT

Erdogan 'Wins' Turkey's First Direct Presidential Election

Controversial Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayap Erdogan appears to have crossed the 50% threshold in Sunday’s national election, which, if confirmed, would enable him to avoid a runoff in his quest to become his country’s first directly elected president. Aug 10, 2014 4:26 PM PT

As Libya's Chaos Worsens, Egypt Threatens Military Intervention

A statement released Sunday by a former Egyptian Foreign Minister that rising upheaval in Libya presents Egypt with major national security implications is being interpreted by many to mean that Egypt is once again considering military intervention in Libya to prevent that country’s chaos from spreading across Egypt’s western border. Aug 6, 2014 6:46 PM PT

Jimmy Carter: Israel 'Deliberately' Started Gaza War to 'Obstruct Hamas' Promising Moves Toward Peace'

In a scathing attack against Israel’s conduct against Hamas in Gaza, former US President Jimmy Carter, writing in The Guardian, together with notorious Israel critic Mary Robinson, not only convicts Israel of the usual litany of “war crimes” routinely leveled against any and all Israeli military actions. Carter stakes out new ground with his novel accusation that Israel deliberately started the war to prevent Hamas from completing its “promising moves toward peace.” Aug 6, 2014 9:17 AM PT

Saudi King Publicly Blames Hamas for Gaza War

In a stunning five minute statement read on state television late Friday, Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, leader of Israel’s oldest and most implacable foe, called the Hamas-Israel war in Gaza a “collective massacre” caused by Hamas. Aug 2, 2014 11:26 AM PT

Israeli Leader To Obama: 'Leave Us Alone Already'

Reeling from President Obama’s Sunday call for an "immediate unconditional ceasefire" in its war against Hamas, a senior member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government told Israeli Army Radio that Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry should “leave us alone already; go bother Syria.” Jul 28, 2014 7:41 AM PT

Ted Cruz, Gary Bauer Accuse Obama of Turning FAA into Political Weapon to Punish Israel

When President Obama announced on Monday that he had dispatched Secretary of State John Kerry to the Middle East in order that he “do everything he can to help facilitate a cessation to hostilities” between the terror group Hamas and Israel, none of the President’s critics had yet accused him of using the Federal Aviation Administration as political weapon to extract security concessions from Israel that the beleaguered Jewish state could otherwise never be pressured into making. Jul 23, 2014 8:00 PM PT

Netanyahu Condemns 'Totally Unjustified' FAA Flight Ban: 'A Huge Victory for Hamas'

Speaking to reporters as he welcomed former NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport, where he arrived aboard an El Al flight, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to ban all US flights to Israel as “totally unjustified.” Jul 23, 2014 1:54 PM PT


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