The Middle East Conflict is Coming To A Historic Climax


The unprecedented conflict between Hamas and Israel, which has been intensifying and widening over the past few months, seems to be coming to a historic climax.

The recent reports of rocket strikes out of Lebanon into Israel are raising concerns of a renewed conflict with Hezbollah.

Our former ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton has recently commented that the current situation in the middle east is “much worse” than it was during Israel’s war with Hezbollah in 2006, noting Syria is in chaos and nearby Jordan, a U.S. ally, is experiencing an increasingly tight strain.

It seems that a large scale war is imminent, however, the possibility for a lasting peace is surprisingly possible even with the current chaos.

Dennis Prager, a middle east historian from Prager University, recently released a video in which he asks the question, “Why can’t the one Jewish state in the world be allowed to exist?”

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