Canadian Journalists Who Criticized Israel Fail To Speak Out Against The Taliban

For the nearly 40 million citizens of Afghanistan, their country has suddenly entered the Dark Ages with the Taliban taking hold of the capital of Kabul. Memories of the Taliban are seared into the minds of Canadians who remember the terror group’s human rights abuses and its brutal reign over Afghanistan. Canadians recall the Taliban’s […]

As U.S. Exits Afghanistan, Israeli Territorial Withdrawals Serve As a Teachable Moment

The Taliban takeover of all of Afghanistan seems all but assured with the Islamist extremist group recently taking the capital, Kabul. And while there are discussions taking place around the world, including in Canada, about whether countries should recognize – if at all – the new Taliban dictatorship, these discussions have largely surrounded the question […]

Taliban And Hamas: Two Birds Of The Same Feather

This week, the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul, swiftly fell to Taliban control immediately after U.S. troops and personnel left the country, with gun-totting terrorists cementing Taliban authority over much of the country. The Islamist extremist group which formerly controlled wide swaths of Afghanistan until the early 2000’s, when it was pushed out of power by […]

Iran’s Spreading its Terrorist Tentacles Not For Self Defense Purposes

Iran’s spreading its tentacles throughout the Middle East is not for self-defense purposes as Dennis Horak, former Canadian ambassador to Saudi Arabia, asserts in a column published in the Toronto Star on November 10. Iran’s hegemonic and expansionist efforts have seen it arm and finance Hezbollah, effectively taking Lebanon hostage with its 150,000 rockets. Tehran […]

Why Does UN Have Two Distinct Groups of Refugees, One for Palestinians and for Everyone Else?

Huffington Post blogger Diane Bederman tackles the issue of refugees in her latest blog, revealing a double standard in the treatment and definition of refugees worldwide. As Bederman’s commentary points out,  with 43 million refugees worldwide, why does the UN have two distinct groups of refugees, one for Palestinians and and one for everyone else? According […]