World leaders came together in Paris this week to discuss and pledge support for a U.S.-led intervention in the Middle East against the Islamic State (IS). Many have wondered what position Iraq’s most immediate neighbors, in particular Turkey, might take.
Oh, what an impressive show NATO is putting on in the Welsh city of Newport! Tom Jones’ Green, Green Grass of Home is now peppered with tanks and missiles while Cardiff plays host to mighty warships. Enemies of the West must be quaking in their boots; except they’re not.
Last Sunday, Israel made the decision to declare nearly 1000 acres of land in West Bank as state land.
Efforts to create a coherent and unified response to the Islamic State threat continue to gather pace as Arab leaders met last Sunday in Cairo.
Over the past few weeks the international community has been stirred to action against the rising threat of extremism—the most destabilizing and dangerous global force since fascism.
The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has issued a call for a concerted effort to tackle the ever-increasing threat of the Islamic State in its immediate neighborhood and beyond.
After five weeks of constant shelling and more than 2,000 people dead in the Gaza Strip, there is evidence that both the Palestinians and the Israelis have emerged exhausted from the conflict.
The brutal murder of the U.S. journalist James Foley by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has many wondering whether the Obama administration will finally act decisively in the Syrian conflict as well as come to the aid of the Iraqi government.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki stepping down, together with the involvement of U.S.
Feeling proud to be Arab isn’t easy nowadays.