The Recent Vaccine Fiasco Highlights the Crisis of Confidence in the Palestinian Authority

June 22 2021

On Friday, Jerusalem announced that it had reached an agreement with Ramallah to give the Palestinian Authority (PA) over 1 million coronavirus vaccines that are set to expire over the course of the next several weeks. In exchange, the PA would give Israel vaccines that it plans to receive from Pfizer in September. The deal would prevent the soon-to-expire vaccines from going to waste while ensuring that they go to Palestinians who very much need them. A few hours later, the PA announced that the deal was off. Khaled Abu Toameh writes:

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More about: Coronavirus, Palestinian Authority

How Iran and Turkey Spread Their Propaganda to Young Americans

July 27 2021

During the past year, write Eitan Fischberger and Yosef Kuperwasser, both Tehran and Ankara have expanded their efforts to bring their views of the world to U.S. audiences—and these views tend to be anti-Zionist, anti-Semitic, anti-American, and deeply influenced by Islamism:

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More about: Academia, Anti-Zionism, Iran, Turkey, U.S. Politics