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Does the US Really Want To Pick A Side In A Sunni/Shia War?

STEVE HYND Intelligence Analysis Robert Kaplan had a real thought-provoker at RealClearWorld over the weekend – his thesis, that the US and its Western allies would be poorly served by picking a side in the growing Sunni/Shia feud which has already … Continue reading

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Saudi dies after setting himself on fire in protest at his treatment by authorities…A revolution trigger

Sources told BBC Arabic that more than 100 hundred people gathered outside the police department in capital Riyadh in anger at Ali Jabiri Alhouraysi’s death. He is said to have killed himself after being searched by police. The incident echoes … Continue reading

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Russia renews its old role in Middle East

Media ReportFlush with billions in oil money, plus a former KGB officer in firm control of the government, where does a Russian bear first step as it wakes from a diplomatic hibernation that began with the end of the Cold … Continue reading

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Is Assad Winning?

The Israeli Debate over Syria Jonathan Spyer The civil war in Syria has led to a keen debate among the professional echelon tasked with advising policymakers in Israel. This debate has been reflected in a more subdued public conversation and … Continue reading

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CIA: Mossad agent, Rafi Eitan, “obtained” enriched uranium from the U.S. to produce Israel’s nuclear bomb

ISRAEL HOMELAND  SECURITY   FBI and CIA Documents claim: Israel has achieved the ability to produce a nuclear bomb after receiving approximately 260 kilograms of enriched uranium from the NUMEC plants, owned by the Jewish-American Zalman Shapiro. According to his … Continue reading

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Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries (September 2012)

Although much is heard about the plight of the Palestinian refugees from the aftermath of the 1948 Israeli War of Independence and the 1967 Six Day War, little is said about the hundreds of thousands of Jews who were forced to flee from Arab states before and … Continue reading

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REDLINES AND THE PROBLEMS OF INTERVENTION IN SYRIA

  The civil war in Syria, one of the few lasting legacies of the Arab Spring, has been under way for more than two years. There has been substantial outside intervention in the war. The Iranians in particular, and the Russians to … Continue reading

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Springtime for Israelis, Turks and Kurds?

        Brookings Institution  | Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s airport telephone call apologizing to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the death of Turkish citizens during a military operation against the ship Mavi Marmara in 2010 … Continue reading

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Interview: Rear Admiral (Retired) Ahmed Al Sabab Al Teneiji, former UAE Chief of Naval Forces

  Rear Admiral (Retired) Ahmed Al Sabab Al Teneiji graduated from the Pakistan Naval Academy in 1978 – where he became the first foreigner to win the Sword of Honor – and was commissioned in the UAE Naval Forces. He … Continue reading

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Army Reserve Warns Evangelical Christians at Top of ‘Extremist’ List?

A U.S. Army Reserve training brief on extremism and extremist organizations puts evangelical Christianity at the top of the list of groups soldiers should watch out for, and avoid.  According to the Power Point presentation, obtained and posted online by legal … Continue reading

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