Iranian end game

BY MICHAEL RUBIN, NATIONAL REVIEW— For almost a third of a century, the Islamic Republic of Iran has confounded American presidents. It has taken hostages, conducted terrorism, undermined the Middle East peace process, and worked unrelentingly to become a nuclear power and develop missiles with global reach. Tehran might frustrate American officials, but its tactics…

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New vs. real in the Middle East

BY YORAM ETTINGER— The New Middle East school of thought underlines the political correctness, but undermines the stability of the Real Middle East. This has been verified recently by Western support for the Arab Spring and the “march of democracy,” which has unleashed rampant violence on the Arab street. The New Middle Easterners call for…

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Just released from the Auschwitz Album: Because they called you an Outcast

There will be accountability for the countless young lives of these precious children who were cut off before their time. In the Sovereign LORD is hope, justice, and redemption. Notice the young boy is carrying a flashlight in his right hand and the older boy at the left in uniform stands with his little brother…

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American tax dollars won't change radical Islam

BY EARL COX— With all the sudden uprisings sweeping like a firestorm across the Muslim countries in the Middle East, a significant question comes to mind. Why is the United States government continuing to send hard-earned American tax dollars to Arab and Muslim countries that have an anti-American, anti-Christian and anti-Semitic agenda? Each year, millions…

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What the storming of the British embassy in Tehran tells us

BY MICHAEL RUBIN, FOX NEWS— Hardline Iranian students stormed the British embassy in Tehran this morning, smashing windows and burning the British flag. The students, protesting the latest British sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic as a result of its nuclear defiance, demanded Tehran break relations with London. Rather than protect the embassy, Iranian security…

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Awash in rumors of war

BY STAN GOODENOUGH— ‘Mysterious explosion rocks Iranian city of Isfahan’ – The Jerusalem Post, November 28, 2011, 19:30 For weeks Israelis have been greeted – almost every day – with headlines sounding the ticking clock that is measuring the minutes toward war. Other things – for us, relative trivia, but indicative of growing global chaos…

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Peres holds secret meeting with Jordan's king

BY ELIOR LEVY, YNETNEWS— President Shimon Peres held a secret visit to Jordan and meeting on Monday, the Jordanian official news agency report. The President’s Residence has yet to comment on the matter. According to the report, Peres and Abdullah discussed the resumption of the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. The king apparently…

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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood holds anti-Semetic rally, draws thousands at Cairo’s top mosque vowing to ‘one day kill all the Jews’

BY AMANDA MIKELBERG, NY DAILY NEWS— A Muslim revival at Cairo’s most prominent mosque Friday that drew 5,000 worshippers reportedly turned into a hate-fueled rally, complete with repeated vows to “one day kill all the Jews.” Led by the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest and best-organized political party, the crowd that gathered at the al-Azhar Mosque…

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