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The ‘Princes’ of Iran speak out as regime fears collapse
The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
January 2, 2019
According to the “princes” and senior government figures, the regime is facing a real challenge, and the demonstrations that have reappeared in the center of Tehran were the result of growing pressure from the United States on Iran and the reimposition of sanctions on the regime.
Settlers demand tougher government response to terrorism in Judea, Samaria
Hanan Greenwood and Yori Yalon
December 15, 2018
In wake of shootings, residents demand that government reinstate security checkpoints • Samaria Regional Council head: We won’t be sitting ducks • Schools, local councils in Judea and Samaria to strike.
Israelis near Gaza border block goods in protest of weekly riots, greenhouse fire
November 11, 2018
Since March, Israel has tightened control of its side of the Gaza border, due to violent riots involving tens of thousands of Gazans on a weekly, and sometimes, daily basis since March 30.
IMF: US sanctions have contributed to ongoing recession in Iran
October 11, 2018
The IMF World Economic Outlook report estimates that Iran’s economy will shrink by 1.5 percent this year, with the trajectory continuing and going upward in 2019, contracting by 3.5 percent.
Jonathan S. Tobin
August 7, 2018
House Democrats play a double game on Hamas
The 70 representatives who signed a letter calling for restoring U.S. aid to Gaza seem oblivious to the fact that doing so aids a terrorist group. Is that what their party’s base wants?
Iranians furious at regime as economy teeters on verge of collapse
August 6, 2018
Tehran is facing a general population angry with its mishandling of funds—money that should have gone towards making Iran a better place to live, but instead goes to supporting terror worldwide.
August 2, 2018
Trump opens door for talks with Iran to isolate the ayatollahs
The U.S. president’s announcement that he’s willing to meet with Iran’s leaders has created serious difficulties for them, as his goal is to stop Iran’s imperialist designs and its clear intent to create a nuclear bomb.
Iran protests raise hopes of regime collapse as sanctions set to go in effect
Ariel Ben Solomon
July 3, 2018
A former Pentagon official sees the pressure and sanctions strategy of U.S. President Donald Trump—one that has been pushed for years by Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the Obama administration—as having a chance of succeeding and leading to regime change.
Iranians take to the streets amid currency collapse, some shouting ‘death to Palestine’
June 26, 2018
In the last several years, Iran has spent billions on foreign interventions around the Middle East, including the civil wars in Syria and Yemen, while propping up terror groups like Hezbollah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, and ignoring the needs of the Iranian people.
Protest for Gaza in Ramallah leads to violent Palestinian Authority crackdown
June 14, 2018
A protest by scores of Palestinians in Ramallah against Palestinian Authority sanctions on Hamas-ruled Gaza was violently broken up by P.A. police on Wednesday, who arrested 10 demonstrators.
Hamas official admits 50 of those killed in Gaza protests members of terror group
May 16, 2018
“In the last rounds of confrontations, if 62 people were martyred, 50 were Hamas and 12 from the people. How can Hamas reap the fruits if it pays such an expensive price?” posed Hamas official Salah Bardawil.
Bernie Sanders condemns IDF reaction to Gaza riots
May 15, 2018
“Instead of applauding Israel for its actions, Israel should be condemned. Israel has a right to security, but shooting unarmed protesters is not what it is about,” said Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Will mass protests divert Iran’s attention inward and away from fighting Israel?
December 31, 2017
Although experts believe it is too soon to tell how the renewed anti-regime protests in Iran will affect Israel, Meir Litvak, director of the Alliance Center for Iranian Studies at Tel Aviv University, said that if the demonstrations continue to grow, Iran might be forced to divert attention and resources from fighting the Jewish state to domestic affairs.