Category Archives: Iran

The case for regime change in Iran

What can or should be done in response to the continuing Syrian bloodbath? And who, if anyone, should do it? In a NY Times column, Max Fisher has described “America’s Three Bad Options in Syria” (he leaves out the fourth … Continue reading

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A threat and an ultimatum

Israel seems to have hopes that diplomatic action by the US or Russia or even the UN can or will restrain Iranian expansionism and threats against Israel. This is pointless, and indeed works in Iran’s favor by giving her time … Continue reading

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The Iranian counterrevolution: a good start

Because something is happening here But you don’t know what it is Do you, Mister Jones? – Bob Dylan, Ballad of a Thin Man Since Thursday, December 28, something has been happening in Iran. Anti-regime demonstrations have broken out all … Continue reading

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Urgent advice to my fellow Jews

Right now, today, is a critical point in Jewish history. Maybe you don’t think so, because it’s easy to be distracted by the small stuff. But we need to step back and look at the forest instead of the trees. … Continue reading

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Russia in the driver’s seat

It seems that Iran, Israel’s most dangerous enemy, is pushing hard against Israel’s red lines in Syria. Yediot Aharonot military correspondent Alex Fishman writes, The Iranian regime, it seems, isn’t taking the public warnings issued by the Israeli defense establishment … Continue reading

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