Israel’s fourth election in a little over two years is set for March 23, and it will be an election that comes down to mostly one question.
Since Friday, February 26, several incidents have taken place in the Middle East showing that the situation with Iran still points towards drama rather than reconciliation with the new administration.
A phone call from the leader of the free world should be ranked up there along those kinds of calls. On Feb. 17, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received such a call from President Biden.
Iran fired cruise missiles Thursday as part of a naval drill in the Gulf of Oman, state media reported, under surveillance of what appeared to be a U.S. nuclear submarine dispatched to the region amid heightened tensions between the countries.
Almost 1.5 million Israelis have now received the COVID-19 vaccination. How is Israel succeeding in this fast-paced operation?
As a result of Turkey’s tests of its Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile system, the White House has declared sanctions against its NATO ally.
The COVID-19 virus pandemic has changed the world. Even the often-troublesome Middle East will probably be changed in dramatic ways.