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Scribblings: Incitement Watch

Scribblings: Incitement Watch Categories: Antisemitism, Iran, Israel, Palestinians     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

It seems worthwhile to again revisit the issue of incitement in the Palestinian media because some people seem to doubt that this is really a serious problem. Anyone who cares about peace should care about the blatantly antisemitic, pro-terrorist or insanely conspiratorial things ordinary Palestinia

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The Significance of Iranian Holocaust Denial

The Significance of Iranian Holocaust Denial Categories: Holocaust/ War Crimes, Iran     Author: Emanuele Ottolenghi

In a recent issue of National Interest, former CIA analyst Paul Pillar lamented "the near-obligatory reference to Nazis in any anti-agreement writing about Iran." The comparison, he argues, is "an emotion-based effort to foster distaste for doing any business with such an ogre-like regime," which ex

Lessons from the Syria CW Finds

Lessons from the Syria CW Finds Categories: International Security, Iran, Syria     Author: Yossi Kuperwasser

In early May, inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) reported that they had located traces of sarin-type chemical weapons and ricin-type biological weapons in at least three sites in Syria which the Assad regime had not reported.

Behind The News - June 2015 Categories: Iran, Israel, Palestinians, Syria    

The annual report of the Palestinian Independent Commission for Human Rights says human rights for people living in the Palestinian-controlled areas in the West Bank and Gaza are the worst they have been for years. It said that several people died in Hamas detention, that Hamas killed 16 prisoners d

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The Iranian worldview in a nuclear deal

The Iranian worldview in a nuclear deal Categories: International Security, Iran, Updates    

This Update features three articles which both provide information and raise questions about the Iranian worldview - and how this might inform efforts to negotiate and then police and maintain a nuclear deal, which Iran and the P5+1 countries (US, UK, France, Russia, China and Germany) are trying to

Battle Lines

Battle Lines Categories: Iran, Middle East, Saudi Arabia     Author: Jonathan Spyer

In the last decade, the Middle East has been living through a political convulsion of historic proportions. Regimes that once appeared immovable have been destroyed or have receded. New forces have risen up and are making war over the ruins.  

Will nuclear deal lead to a unity government in Israel?

Will nuclear deal lead to a unity government in Israel? Categories: Iran, Israel     Author: Amotz Asa-El

Having been told that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu equated Iran's anti-Israeli ploys with a biblical Persian anti-Jewish plot commemorated during the Jewish holiday of Purim, Mohammed Zarif said: "He even distorts his own scripture." In the Iranian Foreign Minister's narrative, it turned out,

An Iran deal and the test of reality

An Iran deal and the test of reality Categories: International Security, Iran, Israel     Author: Yaakov Amidror

The nuclear framework agreement reached between Iran and world powers, namely the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany, on April 2, was defined by US President Barack Obama as an "historic understanding," while Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu defined the deal as "bad."  

Deal or No Deal?

Deal or No Deal? Categories: International Security, Iran, Israel     Author: Amos Yadlin

The parameters of the future, comprehensive agreement between Iran and the world powers, as made public by the US Administration in early April, highlight the problematic nature of the ostensible agreement between Iran and the P5+1. The coming three months promise continued negotiations that are mea

Editorial: A Trip to Teheran

Editorial: A Trip to Teheran Categories: Australasia, International Security, Iran     Author: Colin Rubenstein

After her controversial April 18 meetings in Iran, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop revealed that the two sides discussed future co-operation, including intelligence sharing, in the fight against ISIS in Iraq and on asylum seekers, as well as human rights issues.

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