King Abdullah is whistling in the wind in believing another Arab state could still be established – in addition to Jordan – in the territory comprised in the Mandate for Palestine.
Today's attack on Westminster Bridge and the Palace of Westminster, home of the British Parliament, have shaken many Londoners.
Netanyahu should never tire of telling world leaders that the 100 years old Jewish-Arab conflict will not be resolved until the Arabs recognise the right of the Jewish people to their own independent State.
The truth is, nobody gives a rats about what I think of Trump.
Because of the increasing Iranian threat, Netanyahu should do everything in his power to negotiate a peace agreement with the Palestinians.
Failing to help imperils world peace and security as extremist groups will use the suffering of the people to their advantage by attracting unemployed youth to their ranks.
Atatürk was determined to establish a Westernized secular democratic state while Erdogan went in the opposite direction.
As American contradictions get sharper in the coming four years, what is needed is a rich Islamic selfhood.
A policy of nationalizing chunks of an economy inevitably creates oligarchs who skim profits off the country's natural resources.
Support for – and pledges of allegiance to – Islamic State by over 30 radical Islamic terrorist groups world-wide are creating horrific humanitarian problems.
He trumpets democracy to pay lip-service to the secular sector of the population to reduce resistance to his attempt to convert Turkey into an Islamic state.
Between 2015 and 2030, the number of persons aged 60 years or over is projected to grow by 56 per cent, from 901 million to 1.4 billion.