Muslim woman in center of New York mayoral controversy Saudi Gazette Sunday, August 04, 2013 By Ray Hanania New York is a rough and tough city, the largest in the United States. It didn’t take long for the city to… Read More ›
President Obama announced he plans to viGiven Netanyahu’s hostility and open opposition to his election, why? Is he keeping his friends close but his enemies closer? Or, is he moving to undermine Netanyahu to help the slow growing peace movement and moderates in Israel?
What is it about retiring presidents and their legacies? By Ray Hanania — Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has visited the Middle East more in the past several months than during her entire term in office. In addition to trying… Read More ›
Olmert’s predicament could be chance for peace By Ray Hanania — Besieged Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert announced he will not seek re-election in the face of a growing wave of criminal investigations that have targeted his government conduct. Olmert… Read More ›
Something annoying about Hillary Clinton By Ray Hanania — There’s something about Hillary Clinton that’s starting to bug me. As a very independent Democrat who originally leaned heavily towards Hillary Clinton against the tide of Illinois support for Barack Obama, her… Read More ›
U.S. Presidents and the drive for Middle East peace By Ray Hanania — What is it about Presidents who wait until the last minute to try and achieve peace in the Middle East? President George W. Bush is in Jerusalem… Read More ›
Palestinian-Israeli Peace requires courage and compromise By Ray Hanania — Israeli and Palestinian efforts to revive peace talks at Annapolis offer a new chance for peace, if courage and compromise on both sides can replace rhetoric and PR. The proposed Annapolis… Read More ›
Monicadinejad By Anisa Mehdi — As Monica Lewinsky was to the Clinton Administration, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is to George W. Bush: a smoke screen; a distraction; a diversion from the critical issues of our times. Noting that this view may not… Read More ›