Douglas Davis is a former senior editor of the Jerusalem Post.
Could a man of such prodigious intellectual talent as Stephen Hawking really be so wrong? Of course he could
If Europe's leaders gambled that appeasement would buy them a measure of protection from the wrath of Hezbollah they may have tragically miscalculated
The relentless, obsessive focus on Israel is driving the world crazy
Catherine Ashton and the rest of Europe are lost down the rabbit hole as the Saudis and Qataris are well placed to gain from the Arab Spring
The region is splitting apart and ready to explode out of its largely artificial boundaries along two major fault lines, ethnic and religious, writes a former senior editor of the Jerusalem Post
The fear provoked by the Eurozone turmoil inevitably exposes primitive old hatreds. The current high-voltage uncertainty presages bad times for Jews individually and, in their collective form, Israel
It is hard to remain unmoved by acts of blatant cynicism. The recent antics of Turkey's "mildly Islamist" Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, offer a textbook example.
David Cameron assures us of his 'unshakeable commitment' to Israel's security. Why then does he not see the obvious Islamist threat emerging from the Arab Spring and Hamas?
With Syria's Assad on the brink of collapse, who will be the winners and who are the losers in the Middle East?
The Arab world was standing on the brink of enlightenment, declared the media with one voice - but a recent poll in Egypt suggests something frighteningly different
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