Saudi King’s Daughter ‘Ordered’ Killing
London’s Gold Car-Driving Arab Prince
Mideast Needs To Save Its Own Refugees
Muslim countries blame the West for turning away desperate migrants, but the Gulf States have taken in a total of zero Syrians.
Comedy of Terror
Another Nice Mess the Saudis Got Us Into
Washington is getting sucked deeper and deeper into the Yemen war, and there is no upside to its involvement.
The Inside Story of the Saudi Snub
Did the Saudi king slight Obama by not coming to Camp David this week? An insider says not exactly.
ALL AGAINST ALL
The Next Great Middle East War Begins
It’s a potentially apocalyptic fight between some of the closest U.S. allies and the country America is desperately trying to court. Will Washington really join in?
Welcome to the New Terror Heartland
America’s ally in Yemen is gone. Its special forces have been evacuated. A country touted by the president as a counterterror ‘model’ is poised to be an ISIS and al Qaeda playland.
What ISIS Women Really Want
Girls can marry at 9 then stay veiled and house-bound the rest of their lives. Quilliam, the counter-terrorism organization, translates an ISIS “manifesto” for Arab women.
U.S. Ally in Al Qaeda Fight Quits
Hours after striking a deal with Houthi rebels, the government of U.S. ally Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi quit—leaving the country set to fragment and al Qaeda to gain yet more power.