Ray Hanania, Eurasia Review

Ray Hanania

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Past articles by Ray:

Significance Of ‘Antisemitism’ Diluted In Race To Defend Israel – OpEd

American leaders, from President Joe Biden and ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield to members of Congress, are speaking out against the rising tide of reported incidents of antisemitic rhe… → Read More

US Should Suspend All Its Support For Ungrateful Israel – OpEd

The US has not only been Israel’s strongest ally and its shield against demands for justice at the UN for many years, but it is also one of its largest financial supporters. The US has given Israel… → Read More

Issa Amro Hebron Attack: Israel Only Acts On IDF Violence When Caught Red-Handed – OpEd

Unless Western journalists are willing to travel to the West Bank to cover Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians, they never seem to understand the depravity of its atrocities against civilians. … → Read More

Blinken’s Uphill Struggle Amid Israeli Provocations – OpEd

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, when he emphasized America’s commitment to the two-state solution for peace — a solution that Neta… → Read More

The Boycott Of The Palestinian Flag Will Backfire – OpEd

Sometimes you need a crazy person to do something crazy to remind people about where the line of decency and justice and righteousness really lies. In Israel, the line is being clearly defined over… → Read More

Netanyahu’s Extremist Coalition May Have A Silver Lining – OpEd

Israel’s indicted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s efforts to court the country’s most extreme political parties to protect himself and others from criminal prosecution may be the best thing to … → Read More

Netanyahu’s Extremists Will Undermine Abraham Accords – OpEd

The irrepressibly buoyant and resilient Benjamin Netanyahu proved his critics wrong when he forged a far-right coalition that dominated Israel’s elections last month and stormed his way back to pow… → Read More

Remembering The Moroccan Quarter Tragedy – OpEd

When Moroccan officials, in the spirit of seeking regional peace, joined the UAE and Bahrain in signing the Abraham Accords in December 2020, no one mentioned the history of atrocities committed by… → Read More

Netanyahu’s Strength Is His Rivals’ Fear – OpEd

Benjamin Netanyahu will most likely soon be sworn in as Israel’s new prime minister, representing a growing movement toward extremism in the country’s politics. After serving more than 15 years as … → Read More

Israelis Get A Mild Taste Of Their Own Brutal Medicine – OpEd

Throughout the spectacular World Cup competition in Qatar, Israeli journalists have spent more time reporting on how they have been “poorly treated” by Arabs there than on football. In Israel itsel… → Read More

US Politics Behind FBI Probe Of Abu Akleh Killing – OpEd

Israeli sources, rather than American, announced this week that the FBI was launching an investigation into the May 11 killing of American Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. Abu Akleh was sh… → Read More

Arab and Muslim Americans expand presence after Tuesday’s elections

CHICAGO: Republican candidates fell far short of the election sweep that GOP leaders had predicted would occur on Tuesday, but Arab and Muslim Americans increased their election presence in several US states. Some Arab and Muslim candidates, from California to New Hampshire, faced stiff challenges while a few lost their election bids. Here is an overview of how Arabs and → Read More

Palestinians Pay Price Of Disunity – OpEd

With every year that passes, the ability of Palestinians to prosecute the case for their inalienable rights to statehood and independence diminishes. Much of the problem lies with their own failed … → Read More

Arabs Tend To Get The Blame When Things Go Wrong In America – OpEd

Since the OPEC+ group of nations announced last month that it would reduce oil production by 2 million barrels per day, there has been a rise in anti-Arab sentiment and anger in the US. At nearly e… → Read More

Israel Has A Paltry Valuation Of American Lives – OpEd

Two news items were reported at the same time last week about compensation being offered to the families of Americans who were killed after being restrained by police — one in Rochester, New York, … → Read More

Why West Responds So Differently To Murders In Palestine, Iran – OpEd

Do the issues of who you are and where you are murdered impact the coverage given to your case by the mainstream American news media and US politicians? It seemingly does have relevance when you co… → Read More

US ‘Concerned’ By Collapse Of Truce In Yemen; Uncertain Whether Iran Is To Blame

Tim Lenderking, the US special envoy for Yemen, described the failure to renew the truce with the Houthis, which expired on Oct. 2, as “concerning” but refused to speculate about whether Iran had p… → Read More

Palestinians Right To Take Fight For Statehood Back To UN – OpEd

A year before Israel declared its existence, the UN created its Special Committee on Palestine, known as UNSCOP, to investigate and find a solution to the growing conflict. Instead of participating… → Read More

Politics Of Hate Prevent The Discussion Of Big Issues – OpEd

America is polarized and divided and the world must wonder whether or not it can fulfill its supposed role as “leader of the free world.” What exactly that phrase is supposed to mean, I just do not… → Read More

Rushdie assailant Matar charged with attempted murder, denied bail because of international support

CHICAGO: The literary agent for Salman Rushdie — attacked by a pro-Iran activist at an event in New York state on Friday — said that the author had been taken off his ventilator, was able to talk and had been making jokes. Hadi Matar, 24, arrested for the attack, was charged but denied bail as prosecutors argued that he had international support for his actions. Rushdie’s → Read More