In two days, Netanyahu is making a day-trip to Moscow. Unaccompanied by the press corps, his biggest concerns center on Syria. Specifically...
In the middle of political attacks vis-a-vis Russia, US President Donald Trump has made his first military move in Syria. Two days before Netanyahu goes to Moscow, it is a direct challenge to Russian expansion in its Middle East stronghold.
Unwilling to wait for Trump to deal with his political enemies, Moscow has scoffed and quickly moved to re-align with Iran in Syria. As a result, Tehran's military presence is solidifying across Israel's northern borders, both in Syria and, via its Hezbollah proxy, in Lebanon.
In spite of global efforts to hinder Israel's economy, especially via the Boycott-Sanctions-Divestment (BDS) campaign, guess what country has one of the strongest currencies in the world?
Hearing a suspicious noise, Shabtai Koshobalski opened his front door where he found himself face-to-face with Saad Muhammad Ali Qaisiya holding two knives, one in each hand. With his wife and baby in the next room, Koshobalski, unarmed, attacked his family's would-be murderer.