The Islamic extremist Hamas attack on Israel took place at a pivotal moment. The Jewish state was forging unprecedented ties with Saudi Arabia, which has never had official diplomatic relations with Israel. John Hannah explains why this dynamic is so […]
Most American voters are concerned that recent events in the Middle East could result in an attack here, and nearly half believe the terrorism threat has gotten worse under President Joe Biden. That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. The
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The following is an excerpt from OpenTheBooks Substack by Adam Andrzejewski. U.S. Mideast peace negotiators felt that freezing aid to Palestinians was disrespectful. But as soon as Biden opened the spigot, Hamas launched thousands of rockets from Gaza at Israel.
The following is from Gallup News. Editors’ Note: This article represents the views of Palestinians based on World Poll interviews conducted between July and September that concluded the week before Hamas launched an attack on Israel. Gallup’s World Poll fieldwork
By a 26-point margin, more voters think the relationship between the United States and Israel has worsened under President Joe Biden. That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. The survey found that 43% of likely U.S. voters believe America’s relations with