Brent Nagtegaal

A Carbon Dating Conundrum for the Holy Land

The latest foolhardy attack to take down biblical kings David and Solomon

Macron’s participation in strikes against Assad might herald a new era of European intervention in Syria.

The European Union is taking aim at archaeological excavations in the City of David.

This leader with a Ph.D. in history has a habit of rewriting it.

Instead of bolstering Jewish heritage in the land, Israel’s own archaeologists are using their position of trust to deny Israel’s history.

The story of a ‘brief window of time, fated never to open again’

A lost opportunity to discuss the dramatic discoveries in ancient Jerusalem

Fatah prime minister visits Gaza; but the power remains with Hamas.

Bribing the gatekeeper has worked before, but this latest Libyan incarnation has dangerous implications.

The silence reveals Israel’s growing isolation in its fight against Iran and its proxies.

How a terrorist attack almost set off the Jerusalem powder keg

Government cutbacks to subsidies are creating a climate of revolt in Egypt.

Indications emerge that the conflict in Jerusalem had ideological and logistical support from Tehran.

Palestinian society is always one minor event away from reigniting a holy war over al-Aqsa.

What happens on the Temple Mount can affect the entire Middle East.

As the Islamic State fades into the background, the real fight for control of the Middle East begins.

But it’s the accompanying leadership from Iran’s Jerusalem Force general that bears vigilance.

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