Category Archives: Lebanon

Saddam Hussein Comforts Departing American Troops

Despite their unconscionable betrayal I am poised to help the Americans when they inevitably return to my Iraq, which has ordered them out, a laudatory move on the surface but ghastly when analyzed. If not for my need to hide, where I cannot yet reveal, I could’ve explained, and in fact did long ago state, […]

Also posted in Bashar al-Assad, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Middle East, Nouri al-Maliki, Saddam Hussein, Syria

Israel in New Middle East

(This memorandum from a leading Israeli think tank was released late last night.) Israelis who say we’re worried but not afraid are either fools or liars, and I suspect the latter. Of course we’re afraid. We’re but six million souls surrounded by three hundred million potential enemies. Now the Arabs, clear to everyone not suffering […]

Also posted in Eastern Europe, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Libya, Middle East, Muammar Gaddafi, Palestine

Explosions and Elections in the Middle East

Several days ago Iraqi insurgents in Hilla detonated a massive car bomb scattering body parts and clothes onto a street puddled with blood.  About one hundred twenty people died and many more were wounded.  Most of the victims – typically – were unarmed, unprepared, and lightly guarded recruits for the army and police.  They were […]

Also posted in Afghanistan, Egypt, George W. Bush, Hosni Mubarak, Iraq, Middle East, Palestine, Syria, Yasser Arafat