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Lebanon Rejects US-Led Summit in Bahrain, Backs Palestinian Boycott

By Staff, Agencies

Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil says his country is boycotting the forthcoming US-led conference in Bahrain in support of President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for “peace” between the “Israeli” regime and Palestinians, dubbed the “Deal of the Century,” because Palestinians are not taking part in the event. 381 more words


Did the Left Betray Israel and Zionism? Robert Sheer Interviews Susie Linfield

“What I was really interested in was getting beyond just a discussion of the occupation—although that’s important, but that is written about, and still written about, including by Israeli journalists, a tremendous amount” … 6,209 more words

U.S. Foreign Policy

Weekend long read

1) Writing at Tablet Magazine, Tony Badran explains why “Hezbollah Isn’t Broke. So Why Is Everyone Claiming Otherwise?”.

“Terrorist groups like Hezbollah are withering on the vine as Iran sanctions take effect,” Sen. 643 more words


Palestinian Terror Leaders Pose Threat to Trump

President Trump is allowing the first glimpse of what he has in store economically for the impetus for an Arab-Israeli solution. The one thing we have noted about every slight hint about the Trump plan for an Arab-Israeli solution has had some terminology normally attached to every previous plan noticeably missing. 1,419 more words


The Problem with the Peace Process and Beyond

Some of you may be asking, what peace process, and you would probably be closer to reality than those who know immediately to what we refer. 2,315 more words


Learn Pot Limit Omaha - A Beginner's Guide

Learm Pot Limit Omaha Poker

Poker is a game of skill which is played worldwide. There are two types of Poker which are played by most of the poker player. 310 more words

Poker Game

A Times columnist treads where the BBC has gone before

Our colleague Adam Levick at UK Media Watch has noted a recent claim from the ‘Times’ columnist Janice Turner.

“The first sentence in the paragraph we highlighted, where she claims to have watched “ultra-orthodox settlers enter the Al-Aqsa mosque” to “pray”, would strike anyone familiar with regulations at the holy site as (at the very least) extraordinarily unlikely.  289 more words