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Pompeo: Iran is ‘origin’ of threats against US in Iraq
After identifying Iran as the “origin” of threats against Americans in Iraq, Pompeo explained, “Our intelligence in this regard is solid. We can see the hand of the Ayatollah and his henchmen supporting these attacks on the United States.”
Will Israel attack Iranian-backed forces in Iraq?
Israel has signaled that it would not tolerate this new Iranian front in Iraq, as it has done with hundreds of airstrikes on Iranian military assets in Syria during its seven-year civil war.
Kurds remain first in Iran’s firing line
The sorry record of international betrayal of Kurdish aspirations dates back to the end of the World War I. Frankly, betrayal remains at the heart of U.S. policy.
US defense chief puts Iran on notice
“Iran has been put on notice at the continued mischief they’ve caused around the area. The murder they have caused from Syria and what they’re doing with [Syrian President Bashar] Assad,” U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis said on Tuesday.
The Sephardi Perspective
Carol Basri and David Dangoor
Ending national cultural expropriation
Jews and other groups are not just losing their homes and communities, but their communal treasures, personal assets and, by extension, their history.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Trump repeats Obama’s mistakes on Syria
The president’s proposed Syria bugout leaves Israel and the Kurds exposed, and would pave the way for more terrorism.
The Sephardi Perspective
David A. Dangoor
Make the Iraqi Jewish Archive a gateway between Arabs and Jews
For Jews and non-Jews around the world, these materials could serve as a testament to good relations shared in the past and serve as an entry point in exploring how ties can become vibrant once again.
Hamas rocket developer to be deported to Iraq from the Philippines
The Philippines stated Monday that the country would deport an Iraqi citizen who has assisted the Gaza-ruling terror group Hamas with developing missiles to shoot into Israel.
Protagonists of ‘Remember Baghdad’ feel Jews have ‘unfinished business’ in Iraq
The critically acclaimed documentary “Remember Baghdad,” released this year upon the 100th anniversary of the British-Ottoman battle over that city during World War I, is the untold story of Iraqi Jews—filmed through their eyes. Their story is not always one of simply fleeing to arrive in the Jewish state.