Thank You, Hamas

by Mordechai Kedar This week, Isma’il Haniye, Prime Minister of Hamastan-Gaza went for a visit in Tunisia. This was a state visit, according to the official invitation sent to him by the Tunisian government, whose ruling party is an ideological twin sister to Hamas. The name of this movement is An-Nahada, (“Awakening”), referring to the […]

Drums of War in the Gulf

by Mordechai Kedar Even a deaf person can hear the sounds of the past two weeks regarding Iran and the challenge that this country poses to the world, because the severity of the Iranian expressions and those who oppose them increase from day to day. On one hand, official Western bodies, mainly the United States, […]

2011: The Year of the Arab Winter

by Mordechai Kedar What happened this year? This year six Arab countries experienced severe shocks that brought about the fall of some rulers or serious threat to their rule. The process began at the end of 2010, and continues until today. The First: Tunisia In the beginning of 2011 a wave of optimism washed over […]

Iran – The Failed Islamic Revolution

by Mordechai Kedar The area between Bangladesh in the East and Morocco in the West is full of illegitimate countries, all of which were established by British, French or Italian Colonialism. Within each country, the borders of which were drawn by the Colonialist occupier, are many types of groupings, including ethnic, tribal, religious, and sectoral, […]

"And This is the Gate of Heaven" (Genesis 28:17)

How Jerusalem Came to be so “Holy” for the Muslims by Mordechai Kedar These days, Jerusalem has returned to the headlines in the Middle East because of the plan to build a pedestrian bridge to the “Mughrabi” Gate of the Temple Mount. Many bridges have been built in Israel without arousing even one word of […]

The Desert of Death

by Mordechai Kedar I make mention of my sins today. Because of my appearances in the Arabic media, from time to time I receive an email message from Arabs or Muslims who are not Arabs, with information that may interest me, in their opinion. Some of these are requests for me to get involved in […]