* Trump’s Crazy Syria Move Will Wipe Out America’s Allies and Set Up a Big ISIS Comeback With Trump’s permission, Turkey will now ethnically cleanse the Syrian Kurds who fought ISIS on behalf of the U.S., leaving no one to hold off the terror group.
* After Trump abandons Kurds, Israel knows it can't rely on anyone Trump's decision must also be seen within the context of the Iranian-backed attacks last month on the Saudi oil facilities, and the deafening lack of an American response.
* Trumplomacy: Are we seeing the end of a close Israel-US relationship? There was an element of the bizarre in the swearing-in ceremony of Israel's Knesset (parliament) last week.
* Netanyahu says cooperation with Russia 'critical' with U.S. to leave Syria Netanyahu made the comments at a holiday toast with workers in his office, during which he relayed that he just had a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
* Why the Syria Pullout Makes Sense America's president stands firm for America’s national interest.
* Iran launches Turkey border exercise after Erdogan invades Syria Turkey started its invasion where the Syrian Democratic Forces [SDF] had been protected by the US, until Washington announced on Sunday that it was pulling US troops out of Syria.
* Netanyahu offers 'Gallant Kurds' Humanitarian Aid Netanyahu said that the IDF is prepared – offensively and defensively – to deal with any threat, and has “overwhelming power” to do so.
* Turkey condemns NATO Allies for arming Kurdish 'Terrorists' in Syria: 'This is your hypocrisy' Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has condemned some of his NATO allies for their opposition to Ankara's invasion of northeastern Syria, branding their criticism hypocritical and accusing them of arming terrorist organizations.
* Report: Accords with Israel wiped out from new textbooks by Palestinian Authority 'Wiping off the past is an attack on the hope for a better future,' Blue and White's Benny Gantz says.
* Russia has 3 messages for Turkey over operation in Syria Hours after Donald Trump threatened to "obliterate" Turkey's economy should Ankara do anything that he considers "off limits," Moscow struck a different tone.