Elizabeth Tsurkov, a doctoral candidate at Princeton University, has been missing for four months.
The debate over an open-ended commitment to Ukraine isn’t the place for Neville Chamberlain analogies.
Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi appeared to confirm on Wednesday that Israel was behind an Nov. 8 air strike on a truck convoy from Iraq to Syria. Speaking at Reichman University in Herzliya, Kochavi said, “We could have not known, a number of weeks ago, about the Syrian convoy moving […]
Former Iraqi parliamentarian Mithal al-Alusi, a longtime supporter of peace with Israel and a recipient of the American Jewish Committee’s (AJC) Moral Courage Award, was sentenced last week by an Iraqi federal court to seven years’ imprisonment for “insulting the judiciary.” Article 226 of Iraq’s penal code, which dates back to Saddam Hussein’s rule, stipulates […]
For 24 hours, it appeared Iraq was slouching toward a kind of civil war.
The miracle of Iraq is that, after years of political chaos, it continues to function despite having no real leaders.
The assassination of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Col. Hassan Sayyad Khodayari is the latest humiliation for the Iranian regime and comes in the context of Tehran’s increasing drone threats against Israel.
The Ishtar Gate was the 8th gate to the inner city of Babylon. It was built in approximately 575 BCE by King Nebuchadnezzar II on the northern side of the city.
The US House of Representatives voted last week to pass the Stop Iranian Drones Act.
On December 3rd, a stormy demonstration took place outside the headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in the Hague.