Arabs have failed to establish a single state capable of challenging Israel in terms of knowledge, politics, economics and culture, says an Arab writer in a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
The harsh assessment comes from Karam Al-Hilu, a Lebanese journalist writing for the London-based Al-Hayat, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute, which monitors media in the region.
The article, MEMRI said, “compared the meager accomplishments of the Arab world in the past century with those of the rest of the countries of the world, particularly Israel.”
The author noted “that Israel’s supremacy in the areas of science, economy, society, and politics is the source of its strength as well as the source of the Arabs’ failure in confronting it,” MEMRI reported.
Al-Hilu wrote that a century after the Balfour Declaration, which gave the Jewish people a homeland, “the Arabs have not managed to build a [a single] state thatThis post was originally published on this site