The Qatar blockade is working. It must remain crystal clear to the men of Doha that only real change, and not paid campaigns, will ever serve to rescue them.
The Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, is coming to America. This year, he is bearing gifts.
The lesson of the Western Wall debate, as always in the Middle East, is that the real danger to peace is not from people of goodwill, but from extremists and fundamentalists who only know how to disagree with their opponents by demonizing them.
President Trump has a unique opportunity to turn that mourning into the joy of celebration when he, too, arrives in Israel. He can, at a unique moment in history, move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem and confirm its permanence as Israel’s capital.
Needless to say, my picture with Steve Bannon — with the whiteboard of campaign promises and priorities in the background — seems to be the tweet heard around the world.
What would have happened if Hitler, right after Kristallnacht in November, 1938, had been hit by hundreds of American cruise missiles?
When it comes to combatting genocide, words are trivial and action is everything. I am grateful to Sean Spicer and the members of the Trump team for taking action to give value to innocent Arab life.
By punishing Syria for gassing children, President Trump has helped restore America to its human-rights luster, and Arab life to the claim of infinite value that is the birthright of every child of God.