Bernie Sanders is the voice of the American youth. What we can learn from ‘Brexit’ is that the youth are largely anti-conservative. As Hillary Clinton gears up to the final moments of the presidential election, the nation is wondering if the worst might actually come true – a Donald Trump victory. Donald Trump is badContinue reading “A Hitlerian Revisitation?”
There is a disconnect between national policy and international relations. The decision to leave the EU by the UK, or “Brexit”, is a symbol of that disconnect. But in order to understand the origins of this decision, it is important to highlight the UK’s tradition of reluctance and hesitation towards the EU since its inception.Continue reading “The Rebalancing of Powers: From ‘Brexit’ to Babel?”
The fate of Middle Eastern conflicts is that they are long and bloody. More recently, they have been immortal. The Palestine issue has almost turned into a hopeless cause in which activists are smeared as promoters of violence. The losses suffered by Arabs, while Israelis and Americans gain footing, is tough to look beyond. HowContinue reading “The Fate of the Middle East”
It is either imperialism carving its route, or correctional measures to counter Bush’s imperialism. If Saudi & Qatar are among the sponsors of ISIS, how does this make sense? Israel is quietly involved, as usual. Some would argue Assad is more convenient for Israel, Saudi and other Arab governments – others would argue otherwise, thatContinue reading “On US and Arab ‘Coalition’ Attack ISIS in Syria”
You cannot be a liberal Zionist. Why? 1. Liberalism entails a separation of church and state. 2. In order for Israel’s democracy to be established, it required the theft of land based on religious grounds (that might or might not have historical basis), which is a violation of human rights laws as well as the aforementionedContinue reading “Liberal Zionism: A Contradiction?”
Searching for the inner me. Almost there. Praying, at least, that I am almost there. I can smell it, in the air. Really.