Washington Times Defiance in Damascus (By Nir Boms)
A TINY, disputed parcel of land called Shebaa Farms, located where Israel, Syria, and Lebanon converge, has long been used as a pretext for armed confrontation. But Israel may now have a chance to remove this sliver of real estate as a source of conflict. This is an opportunity that should not be missed.
Why Did Israel Attack Syria? By Jonathan Cook
Syria Joins the Axis of Evil By JOHN R. BOLTON
Newsweek: Whispers of War: A secret raid, nuclear ambitions and the next crisis: how far will Israel go to keep Iran from getting the bomb? By Dan Ephron and Mark Hosenball.
JUDGING ISRAEL'S ALLEGED STRIKE IN SYRIA By Gershom Gorenberg
What is Being Concocted for Syria?
BUSH SHOULD ENGAGE WITH SYRIA, By Mitchell Reis
Syria Comment Syria Unlikely to go to Attend Peace Conference
Forward Congress Throws Covert Israeli Attack on Syria Out Into the Open
IAF dispatches jets in response to Syrian helicopter activity
'We'll help Syria in war'
Senior Hizbullah, PFLP members vow to stand by Damascus if Israel launches an offensive
Syrian Foreign Minister denies meeting Israeli counterpart
The Economist Lebanon Who's for president?
Lebanon stalemate Political deadlock recalls country's violent polling history
France and the Syrian Responses
Randa Takieddine - Is it acceptable for Lebanon’s MPs to live in hiding because they are exposed to assassination? Will the diplomacy of murder continue to challenge the free world which wants Lebanon independent and sovereign despite all the pressure and advice?
Danger still stalks the Hariri tribunalChibli Mallat Friday, September 28, 2007
Unless the new president of Lebanon is fully committed to the mixed Lebanese-international tribunal to punish those involved in the assassination of the former prime minister, Rafik Hariri, creation of the tribunal will be further delayed, if not effectively stopped. The experience of United Nations-established tribunals, all five of them, underlines a simple fact:
Washington Institute Rice's Obstacles on the Road to an Israeli-Palestinian Breakthrough - David Makovsky
Israel's limited options in Gaza
BBC Israeli strike hits 'rocket crew'
An Israeli air strike in Gaza kills two Palestinian militants, bringing the death toll in the territory to at least 11.
New light cast on Bush’s Iraq plans A leaked transcript of talks between President George W. Bush and José Maria Aznar, former Spanish prime minister, has cast fresh light on the diplomatic wrangling that preceded the Iraq war
Reidar Visser The US Senate Votes to Partition Iraq. Softly
Take Tehran next Al-Ahram Weekly
The Wrong Way to Pressure Iran Karim Sadjadpour Labeling Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization would be a serious mistake