Extremist Islam Threatens Christians Across the Middle East
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — July 13, 2020 — International backlash is growing over Turkey’s decision this week to allow what was once a landmark church to be converted into a mosque.  While not as bloody (yet) as the purging of ancient Christian communities throughout the Middle East by ISIS and other Arab and Moslem extremists, Turkey is betting that it can …

Jonathan FeldsteinExtremist Islam Threatens Christians Across the Middle East
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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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By By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

Unknown Attacker / Attacker’s Reportedly Shoot at U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey Striking a Security Guard Booth

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ANKARA, TURKEY — August 20, 2018 — Turkish Broadcast Habertirk and CNN Turk reported early Monday morning that shots were fired at the U.S. Embassy in the Turkish capital of Ankara. No injuries were reported and the attacker / attackers fled the scene. An escalating row between the U.S. and Turkey has been exacerbated between the two NATO member allies. …

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