Israel’s campaign of airstrikes against Iranian military targets in Syria has led Iran to move the bulk of its soldiers and bases away from the Israeli border toward Iraq.
WARSAW, Poland—Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday, in what could be a possible gaffe, that his meetings with Arab leaders in Poland are “in order to advance the common interest of combating Iran.”
In defending Bashar al-Assad, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has lost all credibility, if she ever had any, to discuss human rights and to define America’s national security interests.
An international coalition of groups supporting religious freedom made a statement pleading with the Trump administration to prevent Turkey from entering the northeast region of Syria.
Tulsi Gabbard’s views on foreign policy would make the world more dangerous and embolden anti-American autocrats.
Right now the war between Iran and Israel—and it is a war—is simmering. But that pot can begin boiling at any time, before overflowing and creating a mess of blood and debris.