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Both governments underestimate ISIS to their peril.
It is clear that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is once again entering another dark and depressing phase.
While this gas may give Egypt the money it needs, in the long-term it may prove to be a curse.
Today in the wake of the deal brokered between Iran and the US, we are seeing hardline elements in both Iran and Israel shore-up their bases.
It’s clear we’re at an important crossroads with regard to the future, or lack thereof, of these respective Palestinian communities.
Whatever your thoughts regarding the political dimensions of including Khudeir’s name on that memorial the sad fact remains that he is yet another innocent victim of this ongoing conflict.
Herein lies a not so new fear that Israelis and supporters of Israel have: that Israel will gradually become “Taiwanized” as part of an American rapprochement with Iran.