Israeli-Iranian Relations After the Mullahs

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Iran and Israel have been locked so pervasively in a twilight struggle for over 40 years that it is difficult to imagine how such a relationship could evolve after the current revolutionary Islamic regime departs the scene. And yet, with the Middle East witnessing older patterns of culture and politics reassert themselves, what can the historic record teach us about what lies underneath in Iran in terms of its ability to develop a new sort of relationship with Israel in a post-Islamic revolution era?

David Wurmser, Director, Center for Security Policy Project on Fighting Global Anti-Semitism and Defending the U.S.-Israel Relationship

Harold Rhode, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Gatestone Institute

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