- Hamas is Moving Toward War With Israel
- Mass Media on Egypt: Admitting in April What Was Obvious in February
- An Important Announcement: Rubin Reports Moves to PajamasMedia
|Hamas is Moving Toward War With Israel
Posted: 07 Apr 2011 12:18 PM PDT
By Barry Rubin
Two attacks by Hamas today signal an escalation in which Hamas, emboldened by the changed strategic situation and especially by Egypt’s revolution, want to provoke a war with Israel. A huge crisis could result and Western governments are totally unprepared to deal with it. See here.
|Mass Media on Egypt: Admitting in April What Was Obvious in February
Posted: 07 Apr 2011 02:22 PM PDT
What is the media telling us now about Egypt and what has it learned–and not learned–about the story it’s been misunderstanding since the beginning? See here
|An Important Announcement: Rubin Reports Moves to PajamasMedia
Posted: 07 Apr 2011 10:43 AM PDT
I want to inform you of an important change in my writing activities. I have been invited by PajamasMedia–one of the world’s largest sites, with an estimated readership of one million people—to become one of a very few featured columnists for them. Everything I do for them will appear on my own page at Pajamas. The blog there will be called Rubin Reports.
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