Propping up a failed state controlled by Iran.
The late historian’s memoir, an unstinting portrait of the unhappy collision of tradition and modernity in Lebanon in the years following World War II, is one of the best of our time.
The doomed efforts of America’s special envoy.
Via Egypt and Syria.
Governments can scapegoat no longer.
And gave the IDF a chance to prove its superiority.
A black-ops division that plans off-the-shelf terrorist attacks to be activated when needed.
“Not with Hochstein, Frankenstein, or any other Stein.”
Lebanon’s recent elections make Hizballah seem weak. This week’s podcast explains why that’s misleading, and why it’s exactly what Hizballah wants the world to think.
The Iran-backed terrorist group is disappointed with the results, but will carry on nonetheless.
Reclaiming Lebanese patriotism.
Yet the Biden administration scuppered a plan to make that happen.
Building a safe haven, training ground, and university for the terrorists of tomorrow.
Economic duress notwithstanding, Beirut won’t come to a natural-gas agreement with Jerusalem.