Despite the fact that only two cases of swine flu have been confirmed in the region, the top stories around the Middle East have been about the H1N1 threat -- even to the point of edging out reports of violence in Iraq in the news lineup.
The Mosaic Intelligence Report investigates whether the recent U.S. attack in Syria was motivated by John McCain's sagging polls.
This week's Mosaic Intelligence Reports investigates John "Drill, Baby, Drill!" McCain's claims about "good" and "bad" oil, energy independence and whether he played a little fast and loose with the oil talk during the final presidential debate,
"Mosaic Intelligence Report" host Jamal Dajani is distinctly unimpressed with the level of knowledge about the Middle East displayed by Sarah Palin and Joe Biden during Thursday night's vice presidential debate.
On the seventh anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks, Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report takes stock and asks some key questions: Has President Bush's "war on terror" made any progress? Has al-Qaida diminished or grown in strength?
Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report is back with an in-depth look at the recent prisoner swap between Lebanon and Israel, comparing and contrasting how the leaders and people of both nations viewed the exchange and investigating what it might mean for Hezbollah and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in particular.
It's been more than six years since the invasion of Afghanistan but, as this Mosaic Intelligence Report illustrates, it looks like the Taliban is actually getting stronger and bolder -- as evidenced by the recent Taliban-led prison break at Kandahar's Sarposa Prison. Could 2008 be the Year of the Taliban?
In this installment of Link TV's "Mosaic Intelligence Report," host Jamal Dajani looks closely at the true meaning of President Bush's pronouncement on the U.S. stance vis-à-vis Iran, that "all options are on the table." Could it mean he intends to follow U.N. protocol? Well, no -- not from the Middle Eastern perspective, at least.
This week's Mosaic Intelligence Report finds some startling parallels between former White House spokesman Scott McClellan's statements about the Bush administration's machinations during the early days of the Iraq war and those of Saddam Hussein's erstwhile minister of information, Mohammad Saeed al-Sahhaf.
The Mosaic Intelligence Report looks at two welcome developments in the Middle East: On Wednesday, Israel and Syria said they had begun indirect talks in Turkey, the first confirmation in eight years of negotiations between the long-time enemies. On that same day, the Gulf state of Qatar scored a diplomatic coup by pulling off a deal intended to end Lebanon's protracted crisis.