Written by Joseph Klein
The United Nations Security Council continues to sink lower and lower in an effort to find language acceptable to all members condemning the Syrian government’s ruthless massacre of its unarmed citizens. Meanwhile, under the leadership of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whom Secretary of State ...
Written by George Friedman
A former head of Mossad, Meir Dagan, has publicly criticized the current Israeli government for a lack of flexibility, judgment and foresight, calling it “reckless and irresponsible” in the handling of Israel’s foreign and security policies. In various recent interviews and speeches, he has made it ...
Written by Matt Gurney
The chaos in Syria, Israel’s northern nemesis and a major geopolitical actor in the Middle East, has taken a dramatic turn for the worse. The situation is rapidly approaching that of an outright civil war, and in such an eventuality, it is unclear who would replace the Assad regime, if it can be ...
Written by IPT News
The wave of unrest sweeping Syria will drive President Bashar Assad from power and severely weaken the Islamist regime in Tehran, a prominent dissident predicts. "It is a certainty the Assad regime will fall," said Farid Ghadry, president of the Reform Party of Syria (RPS).
Written by George Friedman
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said May 30 that Israel could not prevent the United Nations from recognizing a Palestinian state, in the sense of adopting a resolution on the subject. Two weeks ago, U.S. President Barack Obama, in a speech, called on Israel to return to some variation of ...
Written by Right Side News
Iranian Community Troubled by the Canadian National Art Center's Actions!
May 30, 2011
Peter Herndorf, CEO and President
The National Art Center
P.O. Box 1534, Stn B
"Note that propaganda is on the top of our agenda. Today's world rotates around propaganda. Note that the highest ...
Written by The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
Highlights of the week
“It’s all words”—Iranian reactions to President Obama’s speech
“Traditional conservatives” vs. “deviant faction”—campaign against Rahim Masha’i and associates is stepping up
Iran’s media escalate criticism of Azerbaijan
Written by Yoram Schweitzer and Dan Barak, INSS
The killing of Osama Bin Laden by American Navy SEALs forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan in early May represents a new peak in the ongoing tension between the United States and Pakistan regarding the issue of combating terror in general, and in the Federally Administered Tribal Areaswithin ...
Written by Ryan Mauro
Egypt’s top prosecutor has announced that former President Hosni Mubarak will be prosecuted, possibly in a military court,for ordering the killing of protesters and corruption. The ousted leader may face the death penalty. This will be a test of Egypt’s experiment with democracy, as there is a high ...