WHY is Turkey moving "full speed ahead" to reconcile with Israel? Today's Middle East is crazy slalom of events. Every few hours, new conflicts spring up and new deals are forged – only to end in tatters a couple of days later.
The US decision to remove its nuclear arsenal from Turkey is apparent confirmation that, almost overnight, Erdoğan has abandoned his alliance with the West and shifted to the East, vis-a-vis Moscow. His anticipated welcome to Tehran's superpower teammates, Russia and China, has sobering implications for Israel.
The Chairman of Israel's parliamentary Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee has a surprising take on the greatest threat the world faces in the 21st century.
Yesterday Iranian news carried a story about protestors burning an Israeli flag. Why? Because this time it happened in Philadephia, not Tehran. And at the Democratic National Convention.
Last Sunday a wiley drone appeared in Israeli airspace over the Golan Heights. It was spying on an IDF military exercise. Why was Israel unable to shoot it down? Apparently, there are four big reasons: Iran, China, Russia, and the USA.