Mideast Outpost Monthly, http://bit.ly/15SqHLR, May 01, 2013
Sixty five years of Arab terrorism and conventional warfare, fueled by global pressure on Israel, have been bumps on the road of the unprecedented Israeli surge.
Interview with Yoram Ettinger and Alan Baker
Israel Today, March 2013, www.IsraelToday.Co.Il, March 11, 2013
The Middle East is burning. The façade of the Arab Spring has long since fallen away, and it has become apparent that this is simply another round of the type of turmoil that has long defined the region.
Spengler (NY-based David Goldman)
Asia Times, http://atimes.com/atimes/Front_Page/NI18Aa01.html, September 18, 2012
Absent an Israeli strike, America faces: A nuclear-armed Iran; Iraq's continued drift towards alliance with Iran; An overtly hostile regime in Egypt,
“Ha’Ummah” quarterly, March 2012, Vol. 185 , March 31, 2012
Most Palestinian Arabs are descendants of the 1845-1947 Muslim migrants from the Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, as well as from Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, Bosnia, the Caucasus, Turkmenistan, Kurdistan, India, Afghanistan and Balochistan.
“Dispatch from Jerusalem” http://bit.ly/AtW03V, February 29, 2012
Irrespective of the Palestinian issue, 2011 has catapulted the anti-Western Muslim Brotherhood - the Big Brother of Hamas terrorists - to political prominence in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco and soon in Jordan and other Arab countries.
Prof. Haim Harari, The Weizmann Institute
International Policy Forum, November 01, 2011
The phrase “Arab Spring” is a surprisingly appropriate description of current events in the
Arab world. It relates not only to the awakening of anger and to the desire for change by the
Arab masses, but also to the lack of understanding of the circumstances, by most European
and American observers.
The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (fes) organization, June 03, 2011
The enthusiastic reception – by Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, doves and hawks - to Prime Minister Netanyahu's May 24, 2011 speech before a joint session of the US Congress reflected the unique relationship between the United States and Israel. The ties between the US and Israel resemble a triple-braided cord, which is not easily broken, consisting of shared values and mutually-beneficial economic and security interests.
http://www.jewishpress.com/pageroute.do/46433, December 15, 2010
While American Jews are very important for Israel, it has always been Christian support that has made the big difference in this country...We don't need aid, we need more trade. We are partners with the U.S. and our relationship should be a two-way street...You cannot have a viable Jewish state without the full control of the mountain ridges of Judea and Samaria, not only for security requirements but most importantly for the moral high ground. For the Jewish state to negotiate away its own cradle of history is to forsake its future. No nation can negotiate away its cradle of history, its roots, and expect to blossom in the future...[1948-1992] Israeli prime ministers knew that one does not have to succumb to American pressure in order to enhance Israel's national security, not even to enhance U.S.-Israel relations...[Oslo produced] unprecedented terrorism, unprecedented hate education, unprecedented non-compliance and therefore unprecedented support for the bad guys in the Middle East undermining the good guys...
Australian Jewish News, May 14, 2010
Anyone suggesting that Jews are doomed to become a minority between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean is either dramatically mistaken or outrageously misleading.
http://www.thejewishweek.com/viewArticle/c55_a16935/Editorial__Opinion/Opinion.html, October 16, 2009
The all time record of daily Jewish births at Tel Aviv's Ichilov Hospital, set on September 21, 2009, reflects the substantial rise in Israel's Jewish fertility. Delivery rooms function at 100% capacity.