The United States and the world are safer when America effectively leads on the world stage, and Trump has the agreements to prove it.
For decades, foreign policy experts—the blob—assumed much about the Middle East that has turned out to be completely wrong.
Rather than acknowledging they were wrong and having the grace to celebrate the Trump administration’s historical breakthrough, leftist pundits are busy trashing these agreements as ‘no big deal.’
Trump also signaled that brokering more peace deals in the Middle East is a priority for him, claiming that Saudi Arabia might be next.
A joint statement released by the United States, the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the State of Israel announced the ‘establishment of full diplomatic relations between Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain.’
The Trump administration has disrupted international affairs, but that disruption has brought significant achievements.
The Abraham Accord provides genuine hope for Israel and its neighbors, and is one of the greatest foreign policy achievements for the Trump administration.
Unlike Barack Obama in 2009, Donald Trump received a Nobel Peace Prize nod for a real accomplishment.
Normalization with Israel opens access to state-of-the-art health care technology, agriculture, defense, and telecommunications for nations who seek peace.
If President Trump is reelected this November, the world may indeed witness a few more peace agreements out of the Middle East.
Due to corporate media’s hatred of Donald Trump, Americans are sorely uninformed about news stories that, under any other presidency, would deservedly flood coverage.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) officially established diplomatic ties Thursday in a peace agreement brokered by the United States.
Fluency in German, familiarity with Germany thanks to spending years there, positive rapport with his European counterparts during staff assignments — what’s not to like?
Seth Rogen, the prominent Hollywood actor, comedian, producer, and director, recently said he is scared of Jews and Israel probably shouldn’t exist.
‘Supporting Israel and combating antisemitism can’t afford to wait for the coronavirus to subside,’ says Christians United for Israel co-executive director Shari Dollinger.
When COVID-19 upended America’s fragile sense of security, antisemites saw an opportunity to link the crisis to Jews or Israel. Now they’re exploiting the tragic death of George Floyd.
A joint government agreement between Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Ganzt provides Israel a more focused leadership to combat the spread of COVID-19, and marks the end of a year and a half of political impasse.
Hesitating to dub strangers antisemites is wise, especially based on limited information. But the blatant bigotry on parade in Europe underscores that open antisemitism has come roaring back.
In a speech given at the annual AIPAC convention, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg attacked Bernie Sanders on his anti-Israel foreign policy.
At bottom, this blacklist was created to harm Israel, not to help the Palestinians. Its publication benefits the Palestinians neither diplomatically nor economically.
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