Benjamin Netanyahu (file photo) Middle East Middle East 

An open letter to Prime Minister Netanyahu: The Unfinished Six Day War

Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu, Since you celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the victory of the Six Day War, did you ponder what this triumph has done to the Palestinian people, and to the moral character of the state of Israel? I am not sure how harshly history will judge you, but one thing is certain — I, like millions of Jews around the world, deeply believe that no prime minister of Israel has done more damage to the country’s future security and well being, than you have. The sad irony…

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Can Israel Fight A War On Three Fronts? A Nightmarish Scenario Middle East Middle East OP-ED 

Can Israel Fight A War On Three Fronts? A Nightmarish Scenario

Although Prime Minister Netanyahu is known for his focus on the Palestinian and Iranian threats to Israel’s national security, in recent months he has increasingly sounded the alarm over Iran in particular rather than the Palestinians. As the defeat of ISIS in both Iraq and Syria is all but inevitable, Netanyahu’s main concern now is that Iran will insist on maintaining a strong foothold in Syria by establishing a significant military presence as recompense for its continuing support of the Assad regime throughout the civil war. This, of course, should…

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Trump and Netanyahu Middle East Middle East OP-ED 

Trump And Netanyahu: Embracing Illusions, Ignoring Reality

President Trump remained true to his customary flip-flopping on just about every issue when he stated during a joint press conference with Prime Minister Netanyahu that he is “looking at two-state and one-state, and I like the one that both parties like… I can live with either one.” By stating so, Trump gave Netanyahu what he was hoping to get—a departure from the two-state solution. To achieve that, Trump is reportedly looking at other options that would enlist the Arab states—who presently share mutual strategic interests with Israel to form…

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