The world is on the wrong side of history

BY EARL COX, JPOST— If only Israel would “return” the land it “stole” from Palestinian Arabs there would be a new Palestinian state: that’s the world’s simplistic view of how peace can be won in the Middle East. Despite the continuous repetition of this theme by media, diplomats, world leaders and Arabs, it disregards one…

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Muslim Brotherhood claims Egypt's Presidency

BY RICK MORAN, FRONTPAGE— Mohammed Morsi, chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, was declared the winner of the presidential run-off held last weekend in Egypt. Morsi defeated former Mubarak-era prime minister Ahmed Shafiq, garnering nearly 52% of the vote to Shafiq’s 48%. What does Morsi’s victory mean? And more importantly, what kind…

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Modern day Exodus: the Palestinian Christians

BY EUGENIA UGRINOVICH, ISRAEL TODAY— Home to one of the oldest Christian communities in the world, the city of Beit Jala — located on a hill adjacent to Bethlehem — still boasts a large number of worshippers. This fact makes the town unique among Palestinian towns, which have generally seen their Christian populations decline. “People…

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The seven principles of leadership

BY RON JAGER— As all of America  knows today, President Obama has aggressively sought during his presidency to “fundamentally transform” America. After five trillion dollars of borrowing and spiraling national debt, ObamaCare being passed over the objections of the majority of Americans through legislative back door deals with resistant politicians, failing stimulus and “green” programs…

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"Never again" or "again and again"

BY VICTOR SHARPE, FAMILY  SECURITY MATTERS— After the world’s descent into the 20th century abyss of staggering crimes against humanity consisting of two world wars, the Holocaust, scores of regional wars, massacres, pogroms, mass starvation, genocides in Ruanda, Nigeria, Cambodia and the Sudan, we now are into the beginning of the second decade of the 21st…

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