“The chances of war with Israel are great,” said Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at the Munich Peace and Security Conference on the Middle East. “There are those looking for war…Israel!” he stated.
“We’re in Syria to fight terror, the violation of Lebanon’s airspace and attacks in Syria are a violation of international law and no one criticizes Israel but rather us; the danger of war increases when no one refers to Israel.” But is this true, or a complete twist of reality? Tamar examines his words, and then shoots them down with what the REAL reality is, and why Iran shouldn’t cry to the world that they are the victims.
Plus: Are Russia, Turkey and Iran planning to divide up Syria and take power for themselves? Also, are we seeing a new era of [some] Arab states and Israel joining together in mutual cooperation in order to save themselves from the Iranian threat?
Tamar speaks with Aaron Braunstein, a Former U.S. Foreign Service Officer who has worked in Washington, Egypt, Tunisia, and Muslim West Africa for 30 years as part of the United States Foreign Service.
Today, he heads the Jewish Covenant Alliance at: www.CovenantAlliance.org