The real cause of the plummet in investments in Israel lays elsewhere. And to understand it we need to understand recent developments in the natural gas industry.
If the US fails to reverse Obamas policies toward Iran in the next two years, it is hard to see how it will be able to rebuild its strategic posture in the future.
Over the past two decades Israel has managed to destroy its regional reputation. With our own hands, we have twice shown our neighbors they have little reason to tie their fates to ours. We are unreliable.
The flagship of the diplomatic war against Israel is the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
Is US President Barack Obama an anti-Semite?
In a clear vote of no-confidence in US President Barack Obamas leadership, Saudi King Salman led several Arab leaders in blowing off Obamas Camp David summit this week. The summit was meant to compensate the Sunni Arabs for Obamas nuclear deal with Iran.
The notion that a rape victim deserved to be raped because she was wearing a tight outfit lights up all our red lights.
On Tuesday, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps forcibly commandeered the Maersk Tigris as navigated its way through the Straits of Hormuz. Iran controls the strategic waterway through which 40 percent of seaborne oil and a quarter of seaborne gas transits to global markets.
In testimony last week before the House committee in charge of State Department funding, US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power acknowledged that the Obama administration intends to abandon the USs 50 year policy of supporting Israel at the United Nations.
This week in two meetings with prominent American Jews, President Barack Obama threw down the gauntlet. Either the Jews of America will rise to the challenge or they will allow Obama to marginalize them.
On Tuesday, the people of Israel spoke.
The next 22 months until President Barack Obama leaves office promise to be the most challenging period in the history of US-Israel relations.
Obamas policy of courting Iran also has three victims: Israel, the Sunni Arab states, and the rest of the world.
What we are seeing in Jerusalem today is not simply Palestinian terrorism. It is Islamic jihad. No one likes to admit it. The television reporters insist that this is the worst possible scenario because there is no way to placate it.
It is still unclear what happened on Sunday night at Irans illicit nuclear installation at Parchin.
Despite the dangers mounting all around us, as we approach Rosh Hashana 5775, for Jews in Israel, in many ways things have never been better.
Hours before Israel accepted the Egyptian-brokered cease-fire deal on Monday night, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu traveled to the south to try to allay the fears of area residents.
On June 10, the Knesset will elect President Shimon Peres’s successor. As he departs the President’s Residence at the end of June, the media will provide saturation coverage of his final days and tell us over and over that Peres is the greatest statesman in Jewish history.
Last week, following the PLO’s unity deal with terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad, Paul introduced the Stand With Israel Act. If it had passed into law, Paul’s act would have required the US to cut off all funding to the Palestinian Authority, including its security forces. The only way the administration could have wiggled out of the aid cutoff would have been by certifying that the PLO, Hamas and Islamic Jihad had effectively stopped being the PLO, Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
For most commentators, President Barack Obama’s biggest achievement in his four-nation tour of Asia was the enhanced defense treaty he signed with Philippine President Benigno Aquino.