The Palestinian Authority should realize there is a price to be paid for the constant indoctrination of the Palestinian people with not only anti-Israel but also anti-Semitic propaganda, both by the Palestinian media and in schools ("Israel OKs settlement after fatal attack," Geopolitics, Monday).
Israel faces a "diplomatic tsunami" that could erode its international support and bolster its enemies in the Middle East, the Jewish state's defense minister said this week.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took aim Thursday at what he called Europe's "strange fusion" of radical Islam and the far left.
Pollsters and pundits who declare Sarah Palin a political has-been and Republican irritant should curb their appetites.
Gulf Arab stock markets slumped Tuesday and the cost of insuring Bahrain's debt surged, as investor unease with the political volatility in the tiny island nation appeared poised to grow with the declaration of a three-month state of emergency.
Israel on Sunday said it has approved hundreds of settler homes after five members of an Israeli family — including three children — were knifed to death as they slept in a West Bank settlement over the weekend.
The U.S. Embassy said Monday it was "deeply concerned" by Israel's plans to build hundreds of new homes in the West Bank following a deadly attack on a settler family, calling Israeli settlements "illegitimate" and an obstacle to peacemaking.
King Mohamed announced constitutional reforms Wednesday and appointed a committee to draw up proposals to be presented by June.
Israel's prime minister declared Tuesday that his country must retain a strategic section of the West Bank under any future peace deal - a position unlikely to win Palestinians over to his reported plan to offer them a temporary state.