February 26, 2013

Iran Intensifies Its Campaign Against Jews

Jeffrey Goldberg, Bloomberg

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While seeking the physical elimination of Jews, the Iranian government has only deepened its rhetorical attacks. Spokesmen for the government argue that the regime isn’t opposed to Jews, only to “Zionists,” who, in their understanding of the term, would include the 45 percent or so of world Jewry that lives in Israel and the vast majority of Jews outside Israel who support its existence.

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