On this Jerusalem day: a message from the (unofficial) Iranian embassy in Jerusalem

Message from the Facebook page of the (unofficial) Iranian embassy in Jerusalem:

Jerusalem Day is approaching… and as many of us know, is indeed a holiday, happy but also tense.
Over the years, there are those who have celebrate it in a way that creates hatred instead to focus on the positive – To acknowledge and appreciate the multiple cultures and religions and people who deeply care for Jerusalem.
The Iranian Embassy in Jerusalem, We will stand on Jerusalem’s Zion Square with its video set that will allow celebrants to become ambassadors of the city and send greetings to the people of Tehran (or lives there) Amman and Cairo, and invite them to visit the city and be in touch with them about the information before and during their trip to Jerusalem.
We need your help in locating contacts in Tehran (Amman and Cairo). In addition, if there are those of you who can volunteer a few hours and take part in the project (the day before or on the day itself).
For those who want to register and greet – hamabul.art@gmail.com

May we find a way to create together, and build a relationship of trust!

 

An Israeli conversation about the recent missile tests by #Iran

What message do the latest missile tests by Iran send to Israel, and to the international community? Why is Iran carrying out these missile tests now? What implications will they have for the nuclear agreement and for Israel? Who is gaining the upper hand in Iran: the government or the regime? How should Israel view the recent developments in Iran ?

These are some of the questions answered by the Israeli panelists in Jerusalem, which were:

  • Amir Oren is a senior correspondent and columnist for Haaretz and a member of the newspaper’s editorial board. He writes about defense and military affairs, the government and international relations.
  • DR Eldad Pardo teaches at the Rothberg School, Hebrew University, Research Director at The Institute for Monitoring Peace and Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-SE).
  • Meir Javedanfar teaches at the IDC Herzliya and is a researcher at the Meir Ezri Center for Iran and Persian Gulf Studies at Haifa University