Arab Israeli Conflict
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While Assad has vowed revenge for the alleged Israeli attacks, his patron, Russia, has thus far remained silent.
The incoming Trump administration intends to move ahead with its plans to move the embassy regardless of criticism from Arab nations.
According to Russia's chief rabbi, Putin was the first Russian president to attend the opening of a synagogue or any other Jewish event.
Trump, the most inconsistent and uninformed president in recent history, may be much more of a threat to the Jewish state than its embattled prime minister realizes.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Everything Putin does is calculated. Everything is for a purpose and the consequence of each action is known in advance. No move is left to chance and no act is without purpose.
By MICAH HALPERN
“He’s a good boy and he will get an Israel agreement that no one else would pull off.”
Perhaps for the sake of his own people, Abbas will rise to the occasion and agree to a transformative meeting with Netanyahu.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Russia is there to protect its client, Assad, along with his allies, Iran and Hezbollah, Israel’s mortal enemies.
From Putin’s perspective, Russia’s involvement in Syria and the cementing of relations with the Assad regime is a key part of a longstanding effort to project power in the Middle East.
On Tuesday, Washington Post columnist David Ignatius hailed Obama’s “enormous victory” on the Iran nuclear deal. To be sure, Obama’s victory was not against Iran. It was against Netanyahu.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
There are many in the global Jewish community who support Putin because he is good to the Jews of Russia.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
As the 2014 winter games open, the city says it has five Jewish information centers, three synagogues and 13 rabbis.
Putin also spoke on the importance of synchronizing the efforts of the Arab League with those of the United Nations, the United States, the European Union and Russia.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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