The Brothers and the Muslms

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in the original עבריתRead the article in Italiano (translated by Yehudit Weisz, edited by Angelo Pezzana) A Short History of the Muslim Brotherhood In 1928, group of Islamist zealots established the Muslim Brotherhood movement in response to the challenges that were presented by new trends that rocked the cultural […]

What’s Next for Saudi Arabia?

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in Italiano (translated by Yehudit Weisz, edited by Angelo Pezzana) The Death of the Crown Prince Approximately one week ago, the Saudi crown prince, Prince Naif Bin Abd Al-Aziz died at age 78, apparently from complications of diabetes. The official media of the kingdom assumed an air of mourning […]

An Open Letter to President Asad

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in Italiano (translated by Yehudit Weisz, edited by Angelo Pezzana) The Druze writer, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, Salman Masalha, addresses President Asad personally and reproves him for the failure of the hollow pan-Arab slogans of brotherhood and equality that his party uses in order to justify the oppression […]

The Suffering of Africa – Sins of Europe – Guilt of Israel

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in Italiano (translated by Yehudit Weisz, edited by Angelo Pezzana) Those Africans who enter Israel illegally in order to find work are a very small part of the general global problem of emigrants from Africa who are searching for a new land that will allow them to live, even […]

What Drives Turkey?

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in Italiano (translated by Yehudit Weisz, edited by Angelo Pezzana) Recently, two problems have arisen between Israel and Turkey: One is an aftermath of the Marmara affair, which observes its second anniversary this week, on the 31st of May. Turkey has prepared an indictment against four Israelis who served […]

Engulfed by Fear

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) The Persian Gulf suffers from severe geo-political disproportionality: on its eastern shore lies one large state, Iran, which operates methodically and consistently to implement its agenda, the goal of which is regional, if not wider, hegemony; while on its western shore lie no […]