Syria, Iraq, the Gulf and the Iranian Tentacles

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in the original עבריתRead the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) The Islamic Minister of History is Laughing all the Way to the Blood Bank We have all been watching the horrific events happening in Syria for more than a year now, and the media report all the […]

The Failure of the Palestinian Venture

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in the original עבריתRead the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) Lately, there have been many rumors about the intentions of the Palestinians, specifically Abu Mazen, to dismantle the Palestinian Authority and to return to the days before the 1993 Oslo Accords, when Israel was responsible for all […]

Is Islam the Solution?

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) Since its founding in 1928, the slogan of the Muslim Brotherhood has been “Islam is the Solution”, meaning that it is forbidden for Muslims to adopt any Western solution, like socialism, nationalism, patriotism, liberalism, pluralism, or any other “ism” of European creation, and […]

Radical Islam in Africa

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in the original עבריתRead the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) Before Islam appeared on the scene, the Arab tribes would contend with each other in endless wars that continued for hundreds of years and cost many lives. When Islam appeared in the first quarter of the seventh […]

What’s Really Going on in Gaza?

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in the original עבריתRead the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) A week of missiles was supposed to change the focus of interest in the Middle East from Homs to Gaza, from Syria to Israel, from Asad to Netanyahu. This was the plan of Iran and its few […]

The Alternative Homeland

by Mordechai Kedar Read the article in the original עבריתRead the article in Italiano (translated by Angelo Pezzana) Since the establishment of the Kingdom of Jordan, it has suffered from a split personality between two identities, the Jordanian and the Palestinian, which are intermingled with each other like a pair of Siamese twins who hate […]