The EU has ignored the massacres in Syria, the fighting in Libya and Yemen and the rise of ISIS while repeatedly criticizing Israel, the region's sole democracy and only anchor of stability.
Reassuring words of peace without deeds won't improve relations with the U.S., stop the French initiative or get Netanyahu a photo-op with an Arab leader. Why? Kerry, Mogherini and Sissi just don't believe him.
Netanyahu vowed that the Golan will forever remain under Israeli sovereignty; the U.S. and Germany rejected the claim as counter to international law.
Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) 'deplore' Iranian meddling in regional affairs; Iran laments 'division in Islamic community.'
Fueling the Middle East rumor mill are suggestions Israel is considering a pre-emptive strike against Hezbollah. But there could be another – more clever and less bloody - way to disarm Lebanon's Party of God.
The party’s condemnation of Arab organizations for listing Hezbollah as a terror organization highlights what they see as an even bigger problem.
The move comes less than two weeks after the Gulf states made the same designation.
Paradoxically, the definition of Hezbollah as a terror group has turned into a dividing line between Arab countries, which must now decide whether to embrace Saudi hegemony.
After Saudis and Arab League deem Hezbollah a terrorist organizations, Lebanese groups faces new challenges at home and abroad.
At an emergency session, Arab League foreign ministers condemn attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran.