Fact versus fiction in the Middle East

Contrary to Gwynne Dyer and Murray Dobbin’s position, the greatest threat to the stability of the Middle East today is Iran’s belligerence, exploiting puppet groups in Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Gaza. Many in the global community—from the UN to the EU to NGOs—have raised alarm bells about Iran’s dangerous activities.

Iran has long used the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah, led by Hassan Nasrallah, to terrorize Israelis, writes Paul Michaels. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia

PUBLISHED :Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 12:00 AM

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