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Iran and Israel in the 40 Years after the Islamic Revolution

In this episode of Interface we examine Iran/Israel relations or “no relations”. Those were close relations expanding before the revolution, but fully cut off after the revolution. Iranian revolutionaries saw Israel as regime usurping Islamic lands. So they gave the Israeli Embassy in Tehran to the Palestinians, people they saw as the rightful owners. Over the revolution’s 40 years, Israel has with US support incessantly tried to establish Iranophobia in the region and the rest of the world. And it has partially succeeded. Iran has for its part tried to show Israel is of racist nature as a usurper, and has in great part succeeded. In this episode we are joined by Richard Millet a commentator and blogger in London and in Tehran Mostafa Khosh-Cheshm an International affairs analyst.

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