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“The implementation of this threat would represent a change in the rules and an attempt by Tel Aviv to expand the map of the game,” the Arabic website Al-Jarida wrote.
Death of Hezbollah commander marks an escalation in Iran’s role in Iraq
Haider al-Abadi is seen as a far less polarizing figure that has a chance of uniting Iraqis against Sunni insurgents.
“Thousands of men were killed in front of their families and many old men have died from thirst and illness,” says Khalida Khalil.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Not a prospect to be welcomed.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Politicking and diplomacy made Israel sit on its hands while Scud missiles reined down.
By MOSHE ARENS
During his tenure from 2006 to 2014 he used the same routine as previous Iraqi governments, increasing his authoritarian power to maintain control.
By LAITH AMAR
The future of Iraq in its current form is far from certain.
By ABDULLA HAWEZ
Over the decade since the invasion of Iraq, Republicans and Democrats alike have learned the hard way the limits of the US’s ability to effect change.
By JPost Editorial
The deafening silence from the West is similar to that which greeted previous genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda and Sudan, where crimes that could have been prevented.
“I spoke with Bibi,” Trump continued. “I told Bibi, ‘you know we give Israel 4.5 billion dollars a year. And they are doing very well at defending themselves.”
By MICHAEL WILNER
War is also addictive. The artillery concussions ring deep in the body. Advancing to the front gives one fear and a sense of being alive.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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