Hezbollah praised the defeat of Kurdish troops in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, calling it a victory over the Trump administration and Israel, the Jerusalem Post reported on Monday.
Cliff writes, "But America and the West have not so much abandoned their core values as they have replaced them with inane generalities like multilateralism."
Shira writes, "To us who believe, we see a mighty act of our Creator instead of maintaining some ridiculous idea that this is mere happenstance. Yet few in this generation saw it as an act of God. However, the Bible proclaims over and again, that such phenomena are signs from God."
Daniel writes, "For the most part Israelis are glad for the election of President Trump. Most a little sad that he did not move the U. S. Embassy to Jerusalem. But generally, they are relieved to see the end of the Obama administration and the beginning of this new one."
Asher writes, "If that is the case, no matter whether your politics are right or left, and no matter what you may think of US President Trump or Vice President Pence, then calling for a day of national prayer can be nothing but a good thing."
Ron writes, "Against all odds, Donald Trump became President. He won big in the electoral college. Which caused me to wonder, Does God have a plan here?"
Ron shares 11 points of commentary on the demonstration and protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
President Trump and Russian President Putin recently announced a ceasefire in parts of southern Syria. A cease fire on the surface sounds like a great idea, but some Israeli leaders feel it presents a clear and present danger to the Jewish state.
Tzippe writes, "As Americans are celebrating their nation's founding, with all its associated freedoms, Turkish Christians are facing increasing persecution at the hand of the nation's Islamist president."
Jesse writes, "How strong is Hispanic support for Israel? Many are asking that question, but few are answering it – at least not with any real data."