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NETANYAHU’S CHALLENGE

In these trouble times, I would not want to be in the Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu’s shoes, and indeed neither in the Foreign Minister’s. Netanyahu is preparing his sale presentation on the Palestinian conflict to the Obama administration on May 18th 2009 and the preliminary reports issued by the soft-spoken Obama could be translated into […]

IRAN – DARKNESS TO THE NATIONS

The Persian Empire (550-330 BC) was the largest and most prosperous empire of the ancient world. It covered Western and Central Asia for 1,000 years and influenced the cultures of Europe. In 1935, this ancient civilization changed its name to Iran, meaning land of the Aryans. Iran was ruled by the Pahlavi dynasty from 1925 […]

FROM GAZA WITH LIES

From day one onwards of the Israel/Gaza conflict, several articles, blogs and major TV stations have vilified Israel in a “disproportionate” fashion. Israel, unlike any other countries who have gone to war, is stared under a microscope by a world eager to demonize and condemn this tiny country surrounded by enemies desiring her demise. In […]