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​مصاحبه: نتانیاهو به دنبال بحران جدید علیه برجام بخاطر مشکلاتش در اسرائیل

12 Dec
در مصاحبه امشبم با صدای امریکا در مورد احتیاج نتانیاهو برای به وجود آوردن بحران جدید علیه برجام و نقطه احتمالی اختلاف بین نتانیاهو و ترامپ در مورد سوریه اظهار نظر کردم.

شرکت در برنامه صفحه دو: سیاست منطقه‌ای دولت روحانی

29 Jun
دیروز در برنامه صفحه ۲ بی بی  شرکت کردم و همراه با آقایون علیپور و رمضانپور در مورد سیاست های دولت آقای روحانی و عواقب اظهارات اخیر شیخ حسن نصر الله و سردار سلیمانی تبادل نظر کردیم.
از بابت اینکه سریع صحبت کردم پوزش میطلبم. برای جواب به هر سوالی یک دقیقه بیشتر نداشتیم چون طول مدت برنامه زیاد نبود.
امیدوارم که براتون مفید باشه.
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مصاحبه: جنگ حکومت ایران علیه اسرائیل جنگ تحمیلی است

26 Aug
در مصاحبه اخیرم با آقای بیژن فرهودی خبر نگار روزنامه کیهان لندن در مورد این مسائل گفتگو کردم:
– احتمال بروز جنگ بین نیروهای حامی رژیم سوریه و اسرائیل و چرا
– انگیزه نیروی سپاه قدس برای ایجاد تنش در مرز اسرائیل و سوریه و انطباق این سیاست با سیاست های دولت روحانی در منطقه.
اظهارات اخیر ایهود باراک رئیس اسبق دفاع اسرائیل در مورد سه تصمیم مختلف برای حمله به ایران در سالهای ۲۰۱۰ تا ۲۰۱۲
– جنگ کنونی بین ایران و اسرائیل جنگی تحمیلی است. اسرائیل هیچ وقت این جنگ را نمیخواست. رژیم ایران این جنگ را به اسرائیل در اوائل انقلاب تحمیل کرد.

ICYMI: Netanyahu reverses #Israel stance re: #Iran enrichment

27 Mar
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A positive move by the Prime Minister which is likely to strengthen Israel’s position.

Israel’s policy has always been that Iran must not be allowed to retain any enrichment capacity. Zero enrichment, zero centrifuges.

In fact this was one of the linchpins of Netanyahu’s speech before the Congress. One of the main reasons why he lambasted the negotiations was because they would allow Iran to have limited enrichment capacity on its soil.

However, two days after his election as Prime Minister, in an interview with MSNBC, Netanyahu suddenly changed course.

According to the JTA, quoting the MSNBC interview:

In the MSNBC interview, however, he made a significant concession, saying Israel could tolerate a limited uranium enrichment capacity for Iran, although with a number lower than the 6,500 reported to be part of an emerging deal.

“A smaller number is something Israel and its Arab neighbors wouldn’t love but could live with,” he said.

By the look of things, not only Netanyahu’s Congress speech failed to convince any Congressmen to change their mind regarding the Iran deal, but as it turns out the only person who seems to have changed their stance towards the Iran negotiations since then is Prime Minister Netanyahu himself.

Welcome to the world of Realpolitik Mr Netanyahu. No one wants the Iranian regime to have nuclear weapons. But your zero enrichment demand was so unrealistic that it hurt  Israel’s credibility.

And no, limited enrichment capacity under tough inspections will not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons as soon as it chooses. Robert Einhorn, one of the world’s foremost experts in this subject explains succinctly why in this op-ed.

For for the record, your truly and Brigadier General Shlomo Brom were the first Israeli specialists of this topic to have the guts to go on the record as far back as in October 2012 to state that Israel could live with limited enrichment on Iranian soil. This was not an easy statement for two Israelis to make as back then Ahmadinejad was still in office and we  were still being subjected to his vicious anti-Israel rhetoric.

Happy Nowruz from Tel Aviv, #Israel. Now PUMP UP THE VOLUME

21 Mar

Happy Nowruz, in Hebrew. Its also celebrated here in Israel by Kurds and Persians.

Today is Nowruz. Its the first day of spring and the beginning of a new year in the Persian calendar.

This festival is celebrated not just in Iran, but also by Kurds everywhere and in lands as far away as Kazakhstan and India.

I wish that in the year ahead, the animosity between the Iranian government and Israel ends. I also hope and pray that the people of Israel and Palestine will move closer to peace.

OK, NOW PUMP UP THE VOLUME ON YOUR COMPUTER!!

Yes, I mean YOU.

Its time for another Nowruz tradition, which is to dance and be happy. This is a fantastic Nowruz song by the UK-based Iranian band AJAM. LOVE IT!

 

نتانیاهو در پیروزی حزب خود در انتخابات دچار تردید شده

15 Mar
نظر سنجی های اخیر در اسرائیل حاکی از ان هستند که حزب “ماخانه تسییونی” (اردوگاه صهیونیستی) که رقیب اصلی حزب لیکود در انتخابات است از این حزب ۳ کرسی جلوتر است. Benjamin_Netanyahu_portrait
در عین حال خود آقای نتانیاهو اخیرا احساس نگرانی در مورد شانس پیروزی حزب لیکود در انتخابات کرده.
در مصاحبه اخیرم با بخش فارسی رادیو فرانسه در مورد کاهش محبوبیت نتانیاهو بین رای دهندگان اسرائیلی و شانس پیروزی او صحبت کردم.
به فایل صوتی این مصاحبه در صفحه مقاله میتونید گوش بدید.

Dear PM Netanyahu: I may want my money back

3 Mar

Prime Minister Netanyahu just finished his speech at the Congress. Benjamin_Netanyahu_portrait

As I have stated before I respect and support his right to speak anywhere he wishes, but at a reasonable cost. His decision to sideline the President of the US so he can speak at the Congress could be too costly and detrimental to the interests of U.S – Israel relations.

Now that he has spoken, I have the following questions to ask:

1 – How many Congressmen/women did Netanyahu convince with his speech? 10, 20, 50?

This is an important question to ask, as the state of Israel has just taken a great risk by side lining President of America, for the sake of this speech. The goal was to convince Congressmen/women to vote against a deal with Iran. So did Netanyahu achieve this goal? How many Congressmen/women did he convince?

2 – What if Khamenei says no to a deal?

We have to remember that Netanyahu took the great risk of alienating the President of the United States for the sake of his speech, before Khamenei has even accepted the current deal. What if after all this, Khamenei says no to a deal? That he did not want a deal after all?

I agree with Netanyahu that Iran should stop calling for the annihilation of the state of Israel. Its repulsive and highly offensive to the citizens of this country.

The citizens of Israel deserve an answer for Question 1. Additionally, if Iran leader Khamenei ultimately says no to a deal, then as an Israeli tax payer, I will want my money back. Millions of Shekels would have been spent on this trip for nothing.