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World View: Will Israel Win the Next War Between Arabs and Jews?

In reading the Mideast press, I get the strong impression that the Israeli people are way overconfident, and are certain they can't lose. This is in contrast to Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who gives me the feeling that he's in a state of panic. From the Palestinian leaders, I get the impression of gritty determination that this time they're going to win. 13 Jul 2014, 6:43 AM PDT

Left Celebrates German Archbishop's Promotion, Citing Statement on Gay Partnerships

It is remarkable how the world cares about who gets appointed to key posts in the Catholic Church. Immediately the tea leaves are examined and determinations are made about whether he is on the left or right. This is certainly the case for the man just elevated to one of the most prestigious ecclesiastical posts in the Catholic Church, Archbishop of Cologne, Germany. 13 Jul 2014, 6:27 AM PDT

Rick Perry: Isolationist Policies Make the Threat of Terrorism Even Greater

As a veteran, and as a governor who has supported Texas National Guard deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, I can understand the emotions behind isolationism. Many people are tired of war, and the urge to pull back is a natural, human reaction. Unfortunately, we live in a world where isolationist policies would only endanger our national security even further. 12 Jul 2014

Gaza Rockets Target Tel Aviv, Jerusalem

(AFP) Gaza militants fired several rockets towards Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on Saturday, the army said, with no reports of injuries, as Israel continued to bomb the coastal enclave. 12 Jul 2014

Eroticized Violence, Savage Justice in Saudi Arabia

Saudi human rights lawyer Walid Abu al-Khayr, who defended blogger Raif Badawi, was sentenced yesterday, July 6, to 15 years in prison. He was arrested on April 15, accused of: "inciting public opinion," "disobedience in matters of the sovereign," "lack of respect in dealings with the authorities," "offense of the judicial system," "inciting international organizations against the Saudi kingdom" and, finally, for having founded illegally, or without authorization, his association "Monitor of Human Rights in Saudi Arabia." 12 Jul 2014

World View: Gaza Tunnels Make Israeli Ground Offensive Dangerous but Necessary

Israel's bombing campaign in Gaza is targeting Hamas military installations, but it is also targeting farms or bare land and even greenhouses. The reason is that the Palestinian militias have learned important lessons in previous wars with Israel and have set up sophisticated defenses in the form of an extensive network of tunnels, some as much as 30 meters deep. 12 Jul 2014

ISIS Jihadists Vow to 'Liberate' Spain in Spanish Language Video

The jihadist terror group Islamic State, formerly the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), has made clear their intentions to create an Islamic caliphate that extends across most of Europe and Asia. They are now further emphasizing their intention of capturing Spain, "land of our forefathers," in a Spanish-language video. 11 Jul 2014

Report: Lebanese Al Qaeda Wing Active in Gaza Alongside Hamas

Reports have surfaced that Hamas, the Palestinian terror organization, is not the only group behind the mass launching of rockets out of Gaza and into Israel in response to the Israeli military's Operation Protective Edge. An al-Qaeda-linked group from Lebanon has also been spotted in video and photos in the area. 11 Jul 2014

Infighting Among Pro-Russian Forces in East Ukraine

Ukraine took over Slaviansk from pro-Russians and now there are fights between the rebels as they continue a downward spiral in the east. One man in a battalion told the Associated Press he would not listen to the leader of one of the rebel groups. 11 Jul 2014

Egypt Opens Borders to Wounded Gaza Residents but Won't Mediate

Egypt, the country once leading mediation between Israel and Hamas during the 2012 Gaza conflict, is taking a passive approach to the current Operation Protective Edge. Rather than inserting itself as a peacemaker, the country is opening its borders to Gaza civilians caught in the crossfire who need medical care. 11 Jul 2014

War Escalation: Israel Rocketed from Lebanon

Tel Aviv, Israel-- Israelis living in the north of the country were awoken early this morning to the sound of three rockets from Lebanon crashing into their sovereign territory. Israel responded by firing artillery shells upon targets in Lebanon, according to an Israel Defense Forces spokesman. It remains unclear what group is responsible for firing the rockets into the Israel-Lebanon border towns of Metula and Kfar Shouba. 11 Jul 2014

China's West Jails 32 People for Terror Content

BEIJING (AP) — Courts in the western Chinese region of Xinjiang sentenced 32 people to prison, three of them for life, for terror charges stemming from downloading and spreading violent Internet content that authorities have blamed for inspiring a recent string of deadly attacks, state media said Friday. Muslim Xinjiang Uighur terrorists are considered the eastern from of extremists' jihad in central Asia. 11 Jul 2014

Iraq's Kurds Say Will Boycott Cabinet Meetings

BAGHDAD (AP) — Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's already testy relationship with Iraq's Kurdish minority further frayed Thursday, as the Kurds declared their politicians will boycott Cabinet meetings and authorities in Baghdad suspended all cargo flights to the largely autonomous northern Kurdish region. 11 Jul 2014

Iraqi Kurds Take over 2 Northern Oil Fields

BAGHDAD (AP) — Kurdish security forces took over two major oil fields outside the disputed northern city of Kirkuk before dawn Friday, the Oil Ministry said, the latest move in a deepening a dispute with the government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. 11 Jul 2014


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