Their goal is to create an Iranian-style Islamic state in the Arabian Peninsula.
Time is on the mullahs’ side.
The U.S. doesn’t need two missions in one city.
Half measures play into the mullahs’ hands.
Exactly the wrong moment for a “softer approach.”
Should Israel’s capital be the only one in the world with both a U.S. embassy and a consulate?
The Jewish state can defend American interests, even when America is unwilling or unable to do so.
Once a hotbed of terror financing, the kingdom is now sending dozens of terrorists to jail.
What Peter Beinart gets wrong about the Middle East and the atom bomb.
They’re apt to get along, but unlikely to reach strategic agreements.
There is much concern over pronouns and microaggressions, and little for teenage girls being sold into slavery.
Naftali Bennett must make clear that he is willing to go it alone.
Once again, Israel is being treated like no other nation.