Israel has repeatedly stated that it has no interest in a military campaign in the Gaza Strip, but reality may still drag it there, perhaps even this week.
In states across the country, schools have quietly implemented elementary and preschool programs designed to indoctrinate young children to homosexual and transgendered lifestyles.
Christians have increasingly become the targets for an authoritarian crackdown by the government of Algeria including the crime of "printing or distributing anything that aims to shake the faith of a Muslim."
My time at the Christ at the Checkpoint conference was both wonderful and terrible, powerful and painful. As I said to the leaders face to face: The people were even warmer than I expected. Their positions were even worse than I expected.
Western journalists covering the Arab-Israeli conflict are in need of an intervention.
Over the past three years, Chinese nuclear scientists have performed more tests than their American counterparts have in 15 years.
So just as America's fertility rate is tanking, China is waking up to the damage of its one-child policy.
Today, Israel stands out as the dominant military power in the Middle East. It has been able to accomplish this while reducing the burden of defense expenditure on its gross national product from a peak of 24 percent in the post-1973 war years to about 6 percent today.
Gaza's second-largest terrorist faction, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, is leading the current dangerous escalation of the security situation, which may yet escalate further, and which represents the most serious flare-up of violence since the 2014 armed conflict between Israel and Hamas.
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