Saturday, January 16, 2021

1/16/21

 Top Rabbi: America is collapsing, Israel must step up as New World Superpower One of Israel’s most respected rabbis, Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, has released a statement on the status of America as a waning world superpower and a message of hope for Israel to fill the void.


In Trump's final days, Netanyahu orders more settler homes built Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered construction plans advanced on Monday for some 800 Jewish settler homes in the occupied West Bank, anchoring the projects in the final days of the pro-settlement Trump administration.

Iran, China, Promise to be the Biggest Tests of Biden's Presidency in 2021 The revelation that Hezbollah has doubled the arsenal of advanced guided missiles it keeps trained on Israel during the course of the past year is a timely reminder that Iran, together with the numerous terrorist proxies it supports throughout the Middle East, promises to present the incoming Biden administration with its most critical foreign policy challenge in 2021.

Dress Rehearsal: How Russia Practiced Real-Life War in Syria In fact, Moscow was brutal about using and testing all kinds of weapons.

US and Israel on top military alert for Iran to exploit DC political mayhem US military chief Gen. Mark Milley distanced the Pentagon from the demand made by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Jan. 8, under the title: “Preventing an Unhinged President from Using the Nuclear Codes.”

Kim Jong-un’s growing nuclear wish-list for North Korea spells trouble for Joe Biden Pyongyang has spelled out its desire for long-range nuclear missiles and a nuclear submarine. It's part of a strategy to force the US into accepting a nuclear North Korea, and there will be no easy solutions for the new president.

Europe Finally ‘Concerned’ over Iran’s Uranium Enrichment as Pompeo Warns Against Iran-Al Qaeda Alliance The European Union expressed “deep concern” Tuesday over Iran’s decision to enrich uranium, a move Israel has warned proves the Islamic Republic is seeking nuclear weapons.

No Going Back: U.N. Chief Guterres Promises ‘Rebuilt’ World in Coronavirus Wake Out with the old, in with the new. That was the mantra U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres espoused as he promised the world will never be the same again in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

From ‘Dangerous Fantasy’ to Reality in Seven Years: EU Reveals ‘Uniformed Service’ Less than seven years after British Eurosceptics were laughed at for expressing concerns about a coming European Union army, the bloc has revealed the official uniform of its new ‘standing corps’, as the first of 10,000 recruits prepare to deploy to the field.

After Trump’s departure, China will lead the world 2020 was an extraordinary year for the Chinese Communist Party. 2021 promises to be even better and don't count on Biden to act. Op-ed.

Friday, January 15, 2021

1/15/21

 Iran holds ballistic missile, drones drill amid tensions In fourth large-scale exercise in recent weeks, IRGC launches ballistic missiles with 700-km range against simulated ‘enemy bases’.

IDF preparing new operational plans to deal with Iran’s nuclear threat The IDF is preparing three alternative scenarios that will be presented to the government in the near future, the report said.

Lebanon Wants an End to Iranian Occupation The Lebanese are worried that their country will meet the fate endured by Iraq, Syria and Yemen, where the Iranians and their militia proxies are playing a major role in the civil wars currently plaguing these countries.

Israel and the U.S.: Maintaining the Alliance Against Iran There are three primary threads involved in Western containment of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and preventing it from acquiring nuclear weapons capabilities: diplomacy, economic pressure and what the Israelis call "cutting the grass."

North Korea unveils ‘world’s most powerful weapon’ at military parade to mark 1st party congress in 5 years (PHOTOS) Scores of military hardware, including what is said to be a new version of North Korea’s submarine-launched ballistic missile, touted as the world’s most potent, were shown off in a grandiose military parade in Pyongyang.

As America reels from political trauma, Jewish continuity points way to national unity A covenant is a commitment going beyond mutual advantage, requiring joint obligations in an unconditional and unbreakable union. Opinion.

Israel is launching Covid immunity passports. Here’s what they allow you to do Less than a month after receiving its first shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech jab, Israel has vaccinated around 20% of its population.

How to Make Sense of the Reconciliation of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Egypt with Qatar The blockade and the boycott that Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E., Bahrain, and Egypt imposed on Qatar more than three years ago has just been lifted.

The Interests Behind the Saudi-Qatar Rapprochement Behind the ending of the dispute between the two Gulf States stands an intense fear of Iran as well as American pressure to renew diplomatic ties.

Turkey Confident Biden Will Comply and Back Russian Weapons Buy Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday he is looking to a compliant U.S. President-elect Joe Biden to right a “serious wrong” and allow Ankara to purchase F-35 fighter jets to work alongside its new Russian air defense systems despite Washington’s previous repeated objections.

Thursday, January 14, 2021

1/14/21

 TOP RABBI: America is Collapsing, Israel Must Step Up As New World Superpower One of Israel’s most respected rabbis, Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, has released a statement on the status of America as a waning world superpower and a message of hope for Israel to fill the void.

Israel will urge Biden to work with Saudis, other Arab states central to Iran strategy Israeli security officials say Biden will be pushed to focus on the Iranian threat to America’s allies in the Middle East.

Restart, Reset or Renew? The Strategy against Iranian Nuclear Ambition Even if the deal negotiated in 2015 by the Obama administration were worth the effort, it is impossible to imagine the Iranians willingly recommitting to enrichment levels they have long since blown past.

What Will Happen When Khamenei Dies? The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ali Khamenei, is 81 years old and reportedly in declining health.

Iran trying to deepen roots in Syria despite signs it may no longer be welcome An article from an Assad ally suggests that Damascus may be looking to shift away from the Shiite axis even as Tehran tries to build up local support with Lebanon-style project.

Abbas’ advisor praises rock thrower: “May his hands be blessed” The picture above of an older Palestinian man throwing a rock with a sling ‎shot would almost be comical if rocks being thrown by Palestinians were just ‎a game and not a lethal weapon with which Israelis have been murdered.

Wary of Biden tack on Iran, Israel revisits military options, newspaper says Israel is revising military options for a possible clash with Iran, an Israeli newspaper reported on Thursday, as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government braces for differences with the incoming U.S. administration on Iranian nuclear policy.

Turkey-Israel Reconciliation? It was Erdogan who in October called Jerusalem a Turkish city. Referring to the Ottoman occupation of Jerusalem (1517-1917), Erdogan said: "It is still possible to encounter traces of the Ottoman resistance in this city that we had to leave in tears during the First World War. In other words, Jerusalem is our city, it is a city from us."

Uganda: Imam converts to Christianity, Muslims murder him The death penalty for apostasy is part of Islamic law. It’s based on the Qur’an: “They wish you would disbelieve as they disbelieved so you would be alike.

After Trump’s departure, China will lead the world 2020 was an extraordinary year for the Chinese Communist Party. 2021 promises to be even better and don't count on Biden to act. Op-ed.

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

1/13/21

 US intelligence backed massive E. Syria air strikes attributed to Israel A senior US intelligence official reports that the air strikes aimed at a major Iranian military presence in eastern Syria on Tuesday night, Jan. 12, were conducted with intelligence provided by the US.

Intense Israeli strikes in east Syria; region on high alert Israeli warplanes have carried out intense airstrikes in eastern Syria, targeting positions and arms depots of Iran-backed fighters.

Al-Qaeda: Pompeo says Iran is jihadist network's 'new home base' US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has publicly accused Iran's government of allowing the jihadist network al-Qaeda to establish a "new home base" there.

Europe Finally ‘Concerned’ over Iran’s Uranium Enrichment as Pompeo Warns Against Iran-Al Qaeda Alliance The European Union expressed “deep concern” Tuesday over Iran’s decision to enrich uranium, a move Israel has warned proves the Islamic Republic is seeking nuclear weapons.

Bullying and racism won’t prevail: Iran’s president hails Trump’s departure, compares him to former Shah Iran’s president has compared the outgoing US leader’s regime with that of the former Shah, and said his rule “with a mindset of a merchant and a gambler” has ended in scandal.

Turkey drought: Istanbul could run out of water in 45 days Water at critically low levels across Turkey after lack of rainfall leads to most severe drought in a decade.

Erdoğan’s Reckless Gambit: It’s Payback Time US CAATSA sanctions on Turkey’s defense industry are now official. The costs to Turkey of its S-400 deal with Russia have been enormous, both strategically and economically.

UNRWA's education filled with hate, calls to jihad and violence - report Israel is demonized for exerting a negative influence on the entire Middle East region.

Is Turkey’s Procurement Of Russian S-400 Missiles Really Comparable To Greece’s Past Procurement Of S-300s? Turkey invariably insists that opposition from the United States and NATO over its controversial purchase of advanced Russian S-400 air defense missile systems is hypocritical since neighboring Greece never received such scrutiny for its past procurement of older S-300 missiles.

Echoes of Hezekiah: Jerusalem to Get New Water Tunnel Ensuring Unlimited Supply Providing water to Israel’s mountaintop capital city has been problematic since Biblical times.

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

1/12/21

 Kim Jong-un’s growing nuclear wish-list for North Korea spells trouble for Joe Biden Pyongyang has spelled out its desire for long-range nuclear missiles and a nuclear submarine. It's part of a strategy to force the US into accepting a nuclear North Korea, and there will be no easy solutions for the new president.

EU warns Iran’s enrichment of uranium to 20% ‘a matter of deep concern’ Union says Iranians undermining diplomacy surrounding 2015 nuclear pact, looks forward to working on issue with Biden’s incoming administration.

Survey: Over 50% of Israelis say democracy in 'serious danger' A low 17% of respondents think social solidarity exists today.

Jared Kushner briefed Jake Sullivan on Trump's Middle East policy Jared Kushner has briefed incoming national security adviser Jake Sullivan on the Trump administration’s Middle East policies, David Friedman, the outgoing U.S. ambassador to Israel, told a closed hearing in the Israeli parliament on Monday.

New School in Judean Hills Trains Priests for Third Temple Yoni Tzadok is running an unusual school in the mountains of Judea to prepare for the Third Temple.

From ‘Dangerous Fantasy’ to Reality in Seven Years: EU Reveals ‘Uniformed Service’ Less than seven years after British Eurosceptics were laughed at for expressing concerns about a coming European Union army, the bloc has revealed the official uniform of its new ‘standing corps’, as the first of 10,000 recruits prepare to deploy to the field.

Inside Israel’s social media campaign to woo the Middle East Working in close quarters, surrounded by maps of the Middle East, a small team based in Israel’s foreign ministry are focusing their sights on the Arab world.

Media: Israel Must Be Denigrated for Its World-Beating Vaccination Programme The same negative policy [by the press and many purported human rights groups] extends to other major benefits that Israel has brought to the world, including scientific innovation, medical technology and life-saving intelligence.

Is Turkey’s Procurement Of Russian S-400 Missiles Really Comparable To Greece’s Past Procurement Of S-300s? Turkey invariably insists that opposition from the United States and NATO over its controversial purchase of advanced Russian S-400 air defense missile systems is hypocritical since neighboring Greece never received such scrutiny for its past procurement of older S-300 missiles.

No Going Back: U.N. Chief Guterres Promises ‘Rebuilt’ World in Coronavirus Wake Out with the old, in with the new. That was the mantra U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres espoused as he promised the world will never be the same again in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Monday, January 11, 2021

1/11/21

 US and Israel on top military alert for Iran to exploit DC political mayhem US military chief Gen. Mark Milley distanced the Pentagon from the demand made by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Jan. 8, under the title: “Preventing an Unhinged President from Using the Nuclear Codes.” She acted in the wake of this week’s stunning stampede by Trump supporters through Congress causing five deaths.

Iran’s Global Terror Network Lurks Behind Its Threats of Vengeance Iran’s repeated threats to avenge the reported assassination of its chief nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was shot dead outside Tehran in November, raise the likelihood of Iranian armed action against Israeli targets.

Iran, China, Promise to be the Biggest Tests of Biden's Presidency in 2021 There is eager anticipation among many of Washington's foes that Mr Biden's inauguration will result in the new president adopting a less confrontational tone with the outside world than his predecessor.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Keep Hinting at Nuclear Weapons Ambitions Iran’s diplomats may deny the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ambitions but a close read of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ rhetoric suggests that military considerations continue to motivate the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

Palestinians, Jordan accuse Israel of ‘Judaizing’ Western Wall Plaza The PA Foreign Ministry called on the United Nations Security Council to “halt the crimes of the Israeli occupation forces against al-Aqsa Mosque.”

Dress Rehearsal: How Russia Practiced Real-Life War in Syria In fact, Moscow was brutal about using and testing all kinds of weapons.

Iran will expel U.N. nuclear inspectors unless sanctions are lifted: lawmaker Iran will expel United Nations nuclear watchdog inspectors unless U.S. sanctions are lifted by a Feb. 21 deadline set by the hardline-dominated parliament, a lawmaker said on Saturday.

In Trump's final days, Netanyahu orders more settler homes built Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered construction plans advanced on Monday for some 800 Jewish settler homes in the occupied West Bank, anchoring the projects in the final days of the pro-settlement Trump administration.

Israel announces new settler homes, risking Biden's anger Israel has advanced plans to build 800 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank, a move that could strain ties with the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden.

Building the Temple: The role of Messiah We discussed one misconception about building the Holy Temple in our first video, the idea that the Temple must come from heaven.

Saturday, January 09, 2021

1/9/21

 Iran warns that Lebanese, Gaza proxies can 'level Haifa, Tel Aviv to the ground' Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has reportedly given green light to Tehran-backed terrorist groups.

Iran: Revenge for Soleimani ‘should be carried out by the Islamic nation, in the form of erasing the Zionist regime’ The single most important aspect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the one that is most often ignored: the role of Islamic doctrine in inciting hatred of Israel. 

How long would it take Iran to breakout to an atomic bomb? Iran announced it is violating the nuclear deal and enriching uranium to 20%. How long will it take it to make a nuclear weapon?

Iran's view of Biden as restrained could lead to hitting Israel harder, INSS INSS said that threats from Iranian proxies in the North, including Hezbollah and from proxies in Syria, “are the greatest military threat in 2021."

PA warns: Israel planning to build a Holy Temple Adviser to Abbas claims "settlers" are calling for the Dome of the Rock to be demolished and replaced by a Holy Temple.

Will US-Israel relations go down in flames with the Trump presidency? Israel now has to reckon with Trump’s legacy and his massive footprint in the Middle East.

Israel-Europe ties improving, warming up to Abraham Accords - exclusive The Foreign Ministry has been working to help those European diplomats understand the shift in the paradigm of the Middle East.

Farage: There Won’t Be a European Union in Ten Years’ Time Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said that the UK has “set the standard” for nations gaining independence from the European Union, predicting that with the current divides on the continent between east and west and north and south, the bloc will not even exist in ten years.

China’s investment deal with the EU has raised 3 big concerns in Europe The EU and China’s new investment deal may fail to make it past European lawmakers after they raised three big concerns with the agreement.

The China Threat is Real - and Upon Us The Communist regime believes victory is within its grasp.

Israel can expect a major earthquake of 6.5 on the Richter scale in the coming years A first-of-its-kind study conducted under the bed of the Dead Sea reveals that a devastating earthquake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale is expected to hit the region in the coming years.

Friday, January 08, 2021

1/8/21

 Iran's IRGC unveils underground missile base in the Gulf "The base is one of several bases housing the Guards' Navy's strategic missiles," the state media quoted the head of the Guards, Major General Hossein Salami, as saying.

US flies two bombers to Middle East in another Iran deterrence mission The US military flew two B-52 bombers to the Middle East Thursday from their base in the United States -- the fourth such deployment and show of force by the US Air Force aimed at sending a message to Iran in the past two months.

European powers say Iran enrichment move puts new diplomacy with U.S. at risk Britain, France and Germany warned Iran on Wednesday that its decision to restart uranium enrichment at 20 percent risked undermining hopes of reviving diplomacy when a new United States administration takes over later in January.

Iran, Hezbollah lead mediation to restore Hamas-Damascus ties Mediation efforts led by Iran and Hezbollah to restore ties between Hamas and the Syrian regime seem to be making progress amid rising tensions with their mutual rivals in the region.

Ex-Israeli Ambassador Danon's Big Idea: Biden should maintain strong stance on Iran, partner with allies Former U.N. diplomat warns that trying to appease Iran will backfire.

Implications for Israel of the Joint Terrorist Military Exercise in the Gaza Strip The first joint military exercise of the Gaza terrorist organizations was a milestone for Hamas, which wishes to unite these organizations in order to strengthen its control over the Strip as well as its “ambiguity strategy” vis-à-vis Israel.

Erdogan says Gulf rapprochement 'very beneficial' for region Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday hailed a breakthrough between Gulf Arab states and Qatar earlier this week, saying the move to restore ties and lift restrictions was “very beneficial” for the region.

Power struggle leaves U.N. rights body without leader Russia and China have opposed a candidate from Fiji seen as a staunch human rights defender to lead the top U.N. rights body, diplomats and observers say, creating a deadlock just as Washington may seek to rejoin the forum it quit in 2018.

EU-China Investment Deal: "It Spits in the Face of Human Rights" "It is a massive strategic blunder at a time when President Biden will be seeking to put together an international partnership of liberal democracies to deal with the bullying loutish behavior and assault on our international rules by Chinese Communists." — Former Hong Kong Governor Lord Patten, Daily Mail, January 7, 2021.

Is Russia really in decline? Western pundits still insist country on brink despite repeated predictions of apocalypse falling flat The chorus of doom mongering Western experts and media commentators has failed to send Russians scrambling to buy tinned goods or trading cash for precious metals, as their gloomy predictions again failed to come to pass in 2020.

Thursday, January 07, 2021

1/7/21

 Congress certifies Biden as president, Trump pledges orderly transition after protesters riot on Capitol Hill Congress early Thursday, Jan. 7, certified enough electoral votes to guarantee Joe Biden as 46th US president, in the face of a rampage through Capitol Hill by pro-Trump protesters bent on overturning the process.

Netanyahu calls ‘rampage’ in DC ‘disgraceful,’ lauds Trump as Mideast peacemaker After lengthy delay, PM denounces assault on Capitol without naming president or specifying circumstances, says US democracy will prevail; then thanks Trump for peace breakthroughs.

Three Months After the Abraham Accords, the Palestinians Have Lost the Arab Street The relative complacency with which the “Arab street” received the Abraham Accords, which might have seemed an aberration at the time of signing, has now faded.

Iran’s Rouhani Sneers at Western Democracy: ‘Fragile, Vulnerable’ Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday that the chaos unleashed on the US Capitol by US counterpart Donald Trump’s supporters exposed the fragility of Western democracy.

Will US-Israel relations go down in flames with the Trump presidency? Israel now has to reckon with Trump’s legacy and his massive footprint in the Middle East.

PA warns: Israel planning to build a Holy Temple Adviser to Abbas claims "settlers" are calling for the Dome of the Rock to be demolished and replaced by a Holy Temple.

Scoop: Embassies are "natural next step," Moroccan king tells Netanyahu Morocco went most of the way to normalizing relations with Israel last month, but only committed to opening liaison offices, rather than embassies.

Why Revive a Nightmare? For years, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been running around like a headless chicken clucking about the glories of Ottoman Empire and the benefits, to Islam, of its revival.

Israel can expect a major earthquake of 6.5 on the Richter scale in the coming years A first-of-its-kind study conducted under the bed of the Dead Sea reveals that a devastating earthquake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale is expected to hit the region in the coming years.

The China Threat is Real - and Upon Us So what’s all this concern about Communist China? Well, let’s start with a little history lesson. From 1966 until 1976 the great ‘Cultural Revolution’ took place in Communist China.

Farage: European Union’s Greed Is Helping Communist China ‘Take Over the World’ In response to the mass arrests of pro-democracy activists and politicians in Hong Kong, British politicians called on the European Union to abandon the investment pact it struck with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), including Brexit leader Nigel Farage who said that “Brussels’ greed is helping the regime to take over the world.”

Wednesday, January 06, 2021

1/6/21

 Sudan joins Abraham Accords, opening door to Israel normalization Sudan's Justice Minister, US Treasury Secretary sign agreement paving way to Israel-Sudan ties.

‘Historical leap’: Sudan officially joins Abraham Accords with US signing Justice Minister Nasredeen Abdulbari signed the accord Wednesday with visiting U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Trump-Brokered Wave of Peace Continues in Middle East with Qatar and Saudi Arabia It was announced on Tuesday that the Gulf Arab states Qatar and Saudi Arabia agreed to normalize relations after severing ties three years ago over accusations of ties between Qatar and radical Islamist groups including the Muslim Brotherhood, Turkey, and Iran.

Saudi crown prince warns Iran is greatest threat to region The crown prince has repeatedly warned about the Iranian threat.

Iran's view of Biden as restrained could lead to hitting Israel harder, INSS INSS said that threats from Iranian proxies in the North, including Hezbollah and from proxies in Syria, “are the greatest military threat in 2021."

Does reconciliation in the Gulf impact Israel? - analysis Saudi Arabia has agreed to lift its boycott on Qatar, the US announced Monday.

The so-called Iranian revenge: What strategy? The wide gap between the mullahs’ threats and the reality of their highly calculated behavior is a well thought-out strategy. Op-ed.

Measures needed to ease Iran tensions As Donald Trump steps up air and naval military activity in the Persian Gulf, US president-elect Joe Biden must reassure Tehran that he will rejoin nuclear deal and engage with its leaders.

China’s investment deal with the EU has raised 3 big concerns in Europe It’s been a long-term ambition of the EU to make foreign investment fairer for European companies which compete against state-funded firms in China.

Turkey and Israel: Premature Optimism for Normalization It would be childish to believe that the man whose political formation was based on a militant expanse of anti-Zionism as raison d'être was not anti-Israeli, but had merely been under the influence of advisors who no longer hold sway.

Tuesday, January 05, 2021

1/5/21

 How long would it take Iran to breakout to an atomic bomb? Iran announced it is violating the nuclear deal and enriching uranium to 20%. How long will it take it to make a nuclear weapon?

Iran issues Interpol notice for 48 US officials including Trump Second Interpol arrest request for US President Donald Trump comes two weeks before he has to leave the White House.

EXPLAINER: Biden's Iran problem is getting worse by the day Joe Biden has an Iran problem. And, it's getting more complicated by the day.

Saudi Arabia and Qatar reconciliation: What might change in the region In some ways the Trump administration helped fuel the break in the Gulf, or at least made Riyadh feel that it might get concessions from Qatar.

What is the Gulf Cooperation Council Summit? The GCC was set up in 1981 as the political and economic confederation of six states, all headed by monarchies, that make up the Arabian Peninsula, minus Iraq and Yemen.

Israel-Europe ties improving, warming up to Abraham Accords - exclusive The Foreign Ministry has been working to help those European diplomats understand the shift in the paradigm of the Middle East.

What is behind Mahmoud Abbas's diplomatic offensive? The Palestinian president hopes to restore the Palestinian Authority's international standing. But will it work?

'Green passports will be a means to manage daily life' says government's COVID czar Passports to be required for entrance to large number of public venues, even though there's no proof vaccine confers immunity.

Italy's government could soon collapse over a dispute about EU funds Italy is on the verge of another political crisis as members of the coalition government question the prime minister's plan for the country's economic recovery.

Farage: There Won't Be a European Union in Ten Years' Time Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said that the UK has "set the standard" for nations gaining independence from the European Union, predicting that with the current divides on the continent between east and west and north and south, the bloc will not even exist in ten years.

Monday, January 04, 2021

1/4/21

 Iran warns that Lebanese, Gaza proxies can 'level Haifa, Tel Aviv to the ground' Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has reportedly given green light to Tehran-backed terrorist groups.

Iran: Revenge for Soleimani ‘should be carried out by the Islamic nation, in the form of erasing the Zionist regime’ The single most important aspect of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the one that is most often ignored: the role of Islamic doctrine in inciting hatred of Israel.

Iran nuclear crisis: Tehran to enrich uranium to 20%, IAEA says Iran intends to start enriching uranium to 20% purity, a global watchdog says - its most significant breach of an international nuclear deal so far.

'Islamic State': Weakened, but still dangerous A few years ago, "Islamic State" was a powerful terrorist organization. Today, it has largely gone underground, but it continues to mobilize its followers to launch attacks.

The US and Israel Prepare for Iranian Revenge Moments before Donald Trump leaves the White House, Iran may try to avenge the killing of Qassem Soleimani and Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.

Tourism Ministry expresses optimism for return in spring 2021 Due to the ongoing struggle in tourism, the ministry has created an extensive plan in order to ensure a smooth transition to normalcy upon the end of the pandemic.

PA PM insults Christianity by comparing Jesus to murderers and suicide bombers In a speech at a Christmas dinner, the PA’s Prime Minister, Muhammad Shtayyeh, repeated the PA’s historically false narrative, turning Jesus into a “Palestinian.”

Arabs: An Extremely Important Voice for Peace When someone with George Kurdahi's weight and stature openly states that it is up to the Arab countries to decide whether they want to make peace with Israel, this sends a message to millions of Arabs that the idea of establishing relations with Israel may not be a bad one after all.

2021 – the story of a year in 12 leaders In 2021, the world will slowly begin to fight back against Covid. But what else will change as the vaccines are administered?

Humans of the GREAT RESET: What the future MIGHT look like in 2021 – if the controlling elites have their way With vaccine rollouts underway, humanity looks set to win the fight against the coronavirus. But some elites planning a post-coronavirus ‘Great Reset’ don’t want to go back to normal.

Saturday, January 02, 2021

1/2/21

 2021: What will the Middle East look like in the new year? Gulf peace, Turkey, Hezbollah, Iranian assassinations – looking ahead to 2021 with the lessons of 2020.


Iranian Commander: We're fully prepared to respond to US military pressure Top commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard warns US ahead of first anniversary of Soleimani elimination.

Shia militias threaten US, Israel in Iraq The inability of the Iraqi central government to rein in the Shia militias might be dismissed as a colorful and lurid tale from somewhere distant. Unfortunately, it is not.

Abbas: We're committed to a just and comprehensive peace PA chairman reiterates call for an international peace conference, says Quartet is the only body authorized to sponsor negotiations.

Eight losses, victories in Israeli-Palestinian conflict in 2020 The largest victories were more about what did not happen than what did.

Trump administration ‘working very hard’ to add countries to Abraham Accords in coming weeks The Trump administration is working hard to secure a new normalization agreement between another Arab or Muslim state and Israel within the next few weeks, The Jerusalem Post reported Wednesday.

Terror, Terror, Terror – remains Fatah’s motto for 2021 Abbas’ Fatah movement released a video this week of one of last year’s terror parades.

Palestinian ‘military expert’ claims that rabbis teach kids to ‘kill everyone who is not Jewish’ The propaganda lies being told by this Palestinian “military expert” are consistent with the Palestinian modus operandi.

Delingpole: German Economist Says ‘Great Reset Will Cause a Crash Worse than 1930s’ The Great Reset is real, it’s happening now and will lead to devastation worse — “much, much worse” — than the Weimar Republic, a German economist has warned.

China Marches On It's time for the West to start deceiving China.