Tuesday, September 29, 2020


 Netanyahu: Preemptive strike against Iran still an option Gantz on coronavirus: "We didn't respond as was fit, but we will succeed this time as well."

Caucasus crisis puts Iran on high alert Azerbaijan-Armenia clashes have potential grave implications for neighboring Iran if they escalate into a big power proxy war.

Erdogan’s quest for regional hegemony is destabilizing & backing Azerbaijan against Armenia is the latest example Throwing support behind Baku amid the escalation of the Azerbaijan-Armenia dispute, Turkey is playing the classic ‘middle power’ and is aiming to draw Russia and the US into the situation while pursuing its own interests.

Caucasus conflict heralds clash of the titans Russia, Turkey and Iran all have big vested interests in the budding armed conflict over Nagorno Karabakh.

Third Temple Activist Runs for President of Israel Rabbi Yehudah Glick, head of the Shalom Jerusalem Organization and a former Member of Knesset for the Likud Party, is considering running for the position of President of Israel.

Why There's No Peace With the Palestinians In the recent historic Abrahamic Peace Accords (August 13, 2020), which established full peace and diplomatic relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Bahrain, signed at the White House by U.S. President Donald Trump, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bahrain, Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani, and Minister of Foreign Affairs for the United Arab Emirates, Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyani, the issue of “Right of Return” was not brought up.

International Union of Muslim Scholars top dog: peace deals with Israel are attempt to ‘uproot Islam’ As I explain in detail in The Palestinian Delusion, the “Palestinian” conflict with Israel is based on Islamic imperatives, the one aspect of the conflict that all mainstream analysts discount or ignore altogether.

UAE-Israel deal brings ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ The 'jobs for peace' plan backed by Trump looks set to succeed where other peace pacts have failed.

China Could Signal Increased Engagement with Iran—But It Hasn’t Done So There are two ways Beijing could signal its interest in moving ahead with a proposed $400 billion economic and military cooperation agreement with Iran: by pushing for Iranian membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and renewing interest in a China-Pakistan-Iran-Turkey energy pipeline.

As Europe Weakens, Turkey Is on the Rise What is happening in the Mediterranean is not only a conflict between Greece and Turkey — it is also a European problem.