Ahmadinejad's faux pas?
He did it again. Less than three months on the job, Iran's zealous president made another diplomatic gaffe, which may cost his country dearly.
Eye of the Storm: Reading between the lines
Prophet Muhammad himself initiated the practice of writing letters to "the rulers of the world": How to interpret Ahmandinejad's letter to President Bush.
Editor's Notes: Undoing the ayatollahs
This year marks the centenary of a pro-democracy revolution in Iran. What are the chances of a repeat?
Mission and mysticism
A new word has entered the political vocabulary: 'mahdaviat', meaning 'rightly-guided one.'
Ahmadinejad - incitement deserves indictment
The international community must not, under any circumstance, ignore the warning signs of genocide.
Rattling the Cage: We can live with a nuclear Iran
If I could choose between living with a nuclear Iran or a non-nuclear Iran, I would choose the latter.
What kind of tree is Israel?
There is a real danger that politically feeble-minded Jews in Israel will prefer to ignore the growing danger to Israel.
Hiding in a paradox
By doing nothing against the Islamic Republic in the medium term the EU and US may actually be strengthening Ahmadinejad's position.
Hallucinations of Hitler
A fear of a nuclear Iran isn't all that's got so many Jews imagining 21st-century Nuremburg rallies and concentration camps.