Is History Repeating Itself In Middle East Current Events
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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A confluence of current Middle Eastern events, and a 38th anniversary observed this month, may foreshadow a similar outcome from then, in the future. The Middle East events unfolding are unique and parallel on two fronts: Iran and Turkey. But there is a connection. With Iran increasing its hostility to the US, Israel and world in general, the most recent …

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The Opposite of the Tip of the Iceberg
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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METULA, ISRAEL — December 7, 2018 — The phrase, “tip of the iceberg“ references the fact that there’s much more beneath the surface of the water where an iceberg exists that is a greater threat than what is visible above the water. Today in the Middle East we need to coin a new phrase that references the exact opposite: that …

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Kashoggi In Context
By By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

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FT. LAUDERDALE, FL — October 25, 2018 — Someone in Saudi Arabia – and most of the available information points to the crown prince, who is the country’s real power center – dispatched a hit squad to murder a dissident commentator inside the country’s consulate in Istanbul. This much is clear. The question now is: What to do about it? …

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Masks Shares Compelling Tale Of Fame, Heartache And Resilience

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Nataly Restokian engages in discussion with respect to her debut novel, “Masks” this Tuesday, August 14, 2018th, from 10:30-11am on the Westchester On the Level Internet radio broadcast. Listen “Live” or “On Demand”. Use the following hyperlink: http://tobtr.com/s/10925705. Please recognize that the hyperlink with be activated as of 9:55am on the broadcast day. Read about “Mask” below: NEW YORK, NY, August 11, …

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Jordan Recalls Ambassador From Iran
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YONKERS, NY— June 17, 2018 — The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has withdrawn its ambassador from Iran Al Arabiya asserted, advising they were informed by a Jordanian source that “there is no intention to name another Jordanian envoy in Tehran at this time.” Jordan will not send a new ambassador to Iran following its “interferences in Arab affairs” and policies …

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Is Lebanon’s Prime Minister a Saudi Hostage?
By MICHAEL J. TOTTEN

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Last week, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri flew from Beirut to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and resigned his post in a televised address, blaming an assassination plot against him and Iranian interference in his homeland. Hezbollah, Iran’s pet terrorist army in Lebanon and Syria, claimed the Saudis placed him under house arrest. I dismissed that accusation as ludicrous. Why on earth …

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MIDDLE EAST FORUM: Do ‘Syria,’ ‘Iraq’ and ‘Lebanon’ Still Exist? By Dr. JONATHAN SPYER

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For almost a century, the Middle East has been defined by the nation-states that emerged following the Allied victory in World War I and the end of the colonial era. Since then, strategic analyses of the region have concentrated on the relations between these states, and diplomatic efforts have generally attempted to maintain their stability and the integrity of their …

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Dr. Naseer Alomari on Westchester on the Level – March 14, 2013 @ 10 a.m.

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Listen to internet radio with WGRN Radio on Blog Talk Radio  YONKERS, NY — March 13, 2013 — The Thursday, March 14, 2013, edition of the Westchester On the Level radio program is heard on the BlogTalk Radio platform. Every Thursday, Dr. Naseer Alomari reviews the past weeks events as they relate to The Middle East. He joins the show at …

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ED KOCH COMMENTARY Short Takes on Controversial Matters By EDWARD I. KOCH

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GUNS Mayor Michael Bloomberg is absolutely right to call upon President Barack Obama and his opponent Mitt Romney to do more than sympathize with the families and friends of the 12 people who were shot and killed by a clearly crazed guy in Aurora, Colorado last week.  More than fifty others were injured in the incident.  Offering bromides of sympathy …

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The Hezitorial: Awaiting Our Elected Officials Abide by the Tenets of Democracy

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Daniel Pipes' measured analysis of the upheaval rocking the foundation of governance in Egypt is worthy of reflection as to how it may be used as a yardstick in scrutinizing our own.  [Reference: Why Egypt Will Not Soon Become Democratic By Daniel Pipes…see page 16.]  At issue before us in Westchester County today, and specifically here in Yonkers is whether …

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