Generals vs. Islamists.
A Muslim-majority country.
Even as Cairo receives Washington’s support.
And its unique Haggadah.
A proposed agreement would honor Libyan claims to historic Jewish objects.
Salman Abedi was no lone wolf. And it’s likely the London terrorists weren’t an isolated cell.
The Diarna project.
A spectacular failure.
The persecution of Christians across the Islamic world, vividly exemplified by the August attacks on Egyptian Copts by the Muslim Brotherhood, is reaching pandemic proportions.
For as long as the Middle East both controls global oil supplies and incubates international terrorism, the United States cannot wholly leave—no matter how hard it tries.
Survivors of the Holocaust in Europe waited two decades before their stories could be heard in Israel. Holocaust survivors from North Africa have been waiting much longer.
The 1950s saw a population-and-asset exchange between Israel and its neighbors that was tacitly recognized by Arab leaders at the time—but is conveniently ignored today.