Assassination of Fakhrizadeh Fuel for Anti-Semitism

Iran is blaming the State of Israel for assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, their Chief of Staff in production of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.  Israel has in the past been accused of targeting killings. The second suspect for the assassination is the United States under the leadership of President Trump. The week before the assassination Netanyahu made an unannounced visit to Saudi to meet Mike Pompeo and the Prince of Saudi Arabia. The purpose of their meeting the danger of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons to the stabilization of the Middle East which has already begun with the Abraham Accords.

Is Another American Civil War Looming on the 2021 Horizon?

In the wake of the ominously suspicious and precedent-setting 2020 Presidential Election, the American republic is an egregiously divided nation and a fragile powder-keg with a very short and ignitable fuse; and, moreover, it is much more divided than it was in 1861 at the flashpoint of the American Civil War.  The utterly questionable results of the 2020 Election have divided approximately 151 million voters into two opposing camps; and hinged upon those results are poignant issues that weren’t at the forefront of economic and governmental decisions in the middle of the 19th Century.

Ethiopia — Abiy Rejects International “Interference” in Tigray

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has rejected the growing international calls for dialogue and a halt to deadly fighting in the Tigray region, calling it “interference.” Instead, he says his country will handle the conflict on its own. Abiy, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize last year, insists on calling the conflict a “law enforcement operation.”