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How Kissinger Won the Middle East for America until now - by Uri Avnery

Exactly 43 years ago, at this exact moment, the sirens sounded.
We were sitting in the living room, looking out on one of Tel Aviv’s main streets. 1,704 more words

Middle East

On this day: President of Egypt, Anwar Sadat, murdered

On October 6, 1981, at a victory parade in Cairo, Islamist military officers killed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, who had earlier signed a peace treaty with Israel. 13 more words


The odds favor that, if you life a full life, you will witness some event that’s historically important. Depending on your definition of “witness,” you’ll inevitably witness a lot of history. 443 more words


Middle East Peace; Continents: Various

Thirteen Days in September; The Dramatic Story of the Struggle for Peace by Lawrence Wright

  • I finished this complex book a week ago and am still processing what I read…
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Book Review

Terrorist supporting states, israel & Saudi, fostering closer ties

Latest on Tel Aviv-Riyadh Links: Saudi General Meets Officials in ‘Israel’

A well-connected retired Saudi General Anwar Eshki visited the Zionist entity this week and met with Israeli officials, in the latest indication of a growing link between Tel Aviv and Riyadh which has come to light in recent months. 208 more words

Nazi Israel


Comment, Joseph P Farrell: Nazism wasn’t defeated, it just went underground, and found a welcoming home for its paranoia, genocide, and otherwise just plain murderous madness, in Islamic culture and countries. 4,384 more words

World At War