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- Push to defund police created what some have called the “Minneapolis Effect”
- On Tuesday, the seventh day of the Hebrew month of Cheshvan, Israel celebrated Aliyah Day
- "The Islamic Republic is advancing both the enrichment and weaponization tracks needed to build a bomb"
- "BDS has made life worse for Palestinian Arabs, the very people they falsely claim to help"
- "Many of us liberal Jews are not awake to the hatred of our colleagues, students, professors, and thought leaders"
- "Traditionalists chafe at the contemporary-art approach to Holocaust commemoration being employed at Babyn Yar, a site of mass shootings in World War II. But it has brought visitors for an anniversary"
- “The AP's report on the discovery of a First Temple era toilet omits Jewish references, while a NY Times Rosh Hashanah recipe evokes 'Canaanites,' not Israelites”
- Gilad Erdan blasts co-founders of ice cream maker over Axios interview. "Demanding from Israel what is demanded from no other country is the definition of antisemitism"
Tag Archives: #IranDeal
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have been testing nuclear ballistic missiles for months, violating UN Resolution 2231, which endorsed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action back in 2015
ISRAEL HAYOM (by agreement with JNS) Iran tests nuclear-capable missiles, Israeli ambassador reveals by Ariel Kahana, Damian Pachter and Erez Linn April 9, 2021 As world powers are stepping up efforts to return to a nuclear deal with Iran, the … Continue reading
“Israel-US dialogue is necessary about Iran’s nuclear program, since a good agreement with Iran is a clear Israeli interest. But Israel must be prepared with a military option against Iran, as a last resort”
JEWISH INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGY AND SECURITY No Agreement is Better than Another Bad Agreement with Iran by Major General (res.) Yaakov Amidror March 17, 2021 A few days ago, a journalist said to me that “Israel must realize that ultimately … Continue reading
AMERICAN PURPOSE Lessons from the Past by Michael Mandelbaum March 1, 2021 …Whatever Biden decides to do, the decision will necessarily form part of a broader policy toward the Islamic Republic. To be effective, that policy must take into account … Continue reading
“President Joe Biden’s Iran policy was conceived and is being implemented by the same people who negotiated the JCPOA under Obama, who argued in favor of empowering Iran”
ISRAEL HAYOM (by agreement with JNS) Biden’s Drive to War in the Middle East by Caroline Glick February 5, 2021 On Monday, Iran tested a new rocket. The Zuljanah rocket is a 25-meter (82-foot) three-stage rocket with a solid fuel … Continue reading
“You wouldn’t know it from the popular press, but the Trump administration’s campaign of “maximum pressure” against Iran is working”
NEWSWEEK The Fruits Of ‘Maximum Pressure’: An Increasingly Isolated Iran by Ilan Berman June 25, 2020 …Iran, by rights a bona fide energy superpower, has seen its global oil trade dry up over the past year as a result of American pressure. … Continue reading
Iran: ‘It makes little sense to lift an arms embargo on a regime that has steadily increased its violent behavior over the past year”
NEWSWEEK Extend the Arms Embargo on Iran by Richard Goldberg and Mark Dubowitz May 7, 2020 In line with a request issued Monday by 387 members of the U.S. House of Representatives, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is preparing a … Continue reading
When it comes to the Middle East, former VP Biden has a history of endorsing woolly and reckless ideas”
BLOOMBERG Biden’s Call to Ease Iran Sanctions Fits a Bad Pattern by Bobby Ghosh April 6, 2020 …Biden has doubled down on Obama’s Iran policy, saying he would, as president, return the U.S. to the deal — without first insisting … Continue reading
Bret Stephens on Iran Deal: Further proof that “Iran was in violation of the nuclear deal from the moment it was signed”
NEW YORK TIMES What Was Iran Hiding in a Warehouse in Turquz Abad? by Bret Stephens Sept 5, 2019 Reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency don’t usually make for riveting reading, so you may have missed last Friday’s latest, soporifically headlined … Continue reading