What Iranian Leaders Really Say About Doing Away with Israel: A Refutation of the Campaign to Excuse Ahmadinejad's Incitement to Genocide

By Joshua Teitelbaum

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA), 2008

In the recent past, Iranian leaders have called for the destruction of Israel and of the Jewish people. Some interpretations believe these statements are simply manifestations of dissatisfaction with the Israeli government. The author argues that to downplay the threat of genocide is to ignore a real and very serious threat. By analyzing the discourse and the actions of the Iranian regime, and the interpretations of these actions, he demonstrates that Iran is actively calling for the destruction of Israel and of its population.

Topic: Political Behavior, Genocide, Anti-Zionism, Anti-Israel Sentiment, Discourse and Dialogue, Politics, Iran

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Iran , Israel

Identifier: isbn: 978-965-218-065-0

Language: English

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Teitelbaum, Joshua. What Iranian Leaders Really Say About Doing Away with Israel: A Refutation of the Campaign to Excuse Ahmadinejad's Incitement to Genocide. Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA). 2008: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13755


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