Meet Mohammad al-Issa.
Riyadh’s Frankenstein monster lives on.
Why would Riyadh want to undermine the security of a reliable ally?
Saudi TV is sympathetic, while Egyptian TV isn’t.
Molavi Vardanjani’s story, and Jamal Khashoggi’s.
In light of American taxpayers underwriting the security of Saudi Arabia, the kingdom should be sensitive to American economic interests.
A new book dispels the myth that the U.S. and Israel bear responsibility for Middle Eastern disfunction.
The Department of Education has finally started to enforce the law.
Bringing Tajikistan and Uzbekistan out of the Saudi orbit.
The crown prince won’t admit there was ever a problem.
And that would be good for Israel.
Riyadh has defended Beijing’s persecution of Muslims, and doesn’t take seriously American concerns.
The Protocols are gone, but Jews are still “monkeys” and “assassins.”