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READ WIKIPEDIA OVERVIEW – First Article
- Iran-Israel Relations – WIKIPEDIA
- Report: NIF, EU, UN Drive Ferocious Campaign to Quash Israel’s Nationality Law – JEWISH PRESS, JNi.media
- Cory Booker holds sign calling for elimination of security borders in Israel – JIHAD WATCH, Robert Spencer
- Diplomacy Backed by Military Force – JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES, Colonel (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman
- Israel welcomes new US sanctions on Iran as ‘major milestone’ – ISRAEL HAYOM, Eli Leon, Ariel Kahana, Eldad Beck, Reuters and Israel Hayom Staff
Nevertheless, Iran was the second Muslim-majority country to recognize Israel as a sovereign state after Turkey. After the 1953 coup d’état, which re-installed pro-Western Mohammad Reza Pahlavi to power, relations between the two countries significantly improved.After the 1979 Revolution, Iran severed all diplomatic and commercial ties with Israel, and its Islamic government does not recognize the legitimacy of Israel as a state.
The turn from cold peace to hostility started in the early 1990s, shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union and defeat of the Iraqi Army during Desert Storm, after which relative power in the Middle East shifted towards Iran and Israel. The conflict escalated in the early 1990s, as Yitzhak Rabin’s government adopted a more aggressive posture on Iran.
Rhetorical conflict heated up during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who made inflammatory statements against Israel.
Other factors which contributed to the escalation of tensions include Iran’s development of nuclear technology relative to Israel’s long-stated Begin Doctrine, Iranian funding of groups like Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad and Hamas, and alleged involvement in terrorist attacks such as the 1992 attack on Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires and the 1994 AMIA bombing, alleged Israeli support for groups like People’s Mujahedin of Iran or Jundallah and alleged covert operations in Iran including assassinations and explosions.
by JNi.media for the JEWISH PRESS, August 07, 2018
Anu is also behind an online funding campaign to raise money for the rally and the continued fight against the new law.
To remind you, the Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People, enacted July 19 by a majority of 62 to 55 with 2 abstaining, establishes the constitutionality of the three historic Zionist principles: the free return of the Jews to the land of our fathers; the free settlement of Jews everywhere in Israel; and the miraculously revived Hebrew as the official language of the Jewish State. Calling these principles racist and part of an apartheid policy is tantamount to attacking the very existence of a Jewish State.
Cory Booker holds sign calling for elimination of security borders in Israel
by Robert Spencer for JIHAD WATCH, August 06, 2018
“In one instance, amid the rush, he was posing for a photo and was passed a sign to hold—he didn’t have time to read the sign, and from his cursory glance he thought it was talking about Mexico and didn’t realize it had anything to do with Israel.”
He didn’t have time to read the sign? How long would it have taken him to read a sign that was eleven words long? In order to stave off charges of antisemitism and support for the “Palestinian” jihad (which is widely shared among far-Left Democrats anyway), Booker would apparently have us believe that he is functionally illiterate. Should an illiterate really be serving in the United States Senate?
“Cory Booker Pictured With Anti-Israel Radicals, Holds Sign Calling for Elimination of Security Borders in Israel,” by Brent Scher, Washington Free Beacon, August 3, 2018 (thanks to the Geller Report)
Diplomacy Backed by Military Force
by Colonel (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman for the JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES, July 24, 2018
The measured and effective use of military force does not run counter to diplomacy; on the contrary, it facilitates diplomacy. Recent events in Syria and the confrontation with Hamas in Gaza have involved three-cornered diplomacy, in which the use of a small fraction of Israel’s military power is what enabled the mediators—Russia and Egypt—to “explain” what is at stake to their interlocuters.
Public discourse about the escalating events in Gaza demonstrates again that for many Israelis, from both ends of the political and ideological spectrum, diplomacy and the use of force are mutually exclusive, a case of “either or.” Some feel that only diplomatic moves accompanied by major gestures of goodwill can prevent an additional slide towards a military solution. On the other hand, there are many who view any efforts to arrive at a settlement to be a sign of cowardly denial of the need for an unambiguous military victory. The long-running political discourse in Israeli society has hindered the effort to have it both ways – to use military power in order to convey a political message and at the same time to manage diplomatic efforts in a way that will not tie Israel’s hands in its use of force.
Israel welcomes new US sanctions on Iran as ‘major milestone’
by Eli Leon, Ariel Kahana, Eldad Beck, Reuters and Israel Hayom Staff for ISRAEL HAYOM, August 06, 2018
(Photo, right) Iranians check exchange rates outside a bank in Tehran (Illustration: AFP)
New U.S. sanctions on Iran set to take effect on Monday are an important milestone in the effort to put Iran on a path to become a normative country, Israeli officials said on Sunday.On May 8, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that his country was pulling out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and that U.S. sanctions lifted as part of that agreement would be restored.
The first batch of sanctions was set to come into force on Monday, and the second will take effect on Nov. 4. The reimposition of sanctions is aimed at making Iran renegotiate the nuclear deal.