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April 3, 2015 13

Iran’s Press TV Continues To Broadcast Anti-Semitism As “News”

Press TV, Iran’s government-run English-language news net­work, con­tin­ues to pro­vide a plat­form for Amer­i­can anti-Semites to spread hate­ful con­spir­acy the­o­ries, start­ing 2015 with news reports that Jews are behind all that is wrong with the world.

Press TV is the Iran­ian government’s pri­mary English-language pro­pa­ganda tool, pro­mot­ing a wide range of per­ni­cious anti-Semitic con­spir­acy the­o­ries as “news” to a world­wide audience.

Oper­ated by Islamic Repub­lic of Iran Broad­cast­ing (IRIB), Press TV serves as a mouth­piece for Amer­i­can anti-Semites, con­spir­acy the­o­rists, and Holo­caust deniers, who help amplify the Iran­ian regime’s hate­ful mes­sages.…
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March 2, 2015 0

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei Propagates Anti-Semitism

On the eve of the Israeli Prime Minister’s address to the U.S. Con­gress warn­ing about the threats posed by a nuclear-armed Iran, the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader, Aya­tol­lah Khamenei, is once again using Twit­ter to prop­a­gate age-old anti-Semitic charges of Jew­ish domination., the twit­ter han­dle used by the Supreme Leader’s office, posted a series of tweets Mon­day on the theme of  “Zion­ist dom­i­na­tion” of the U.S. and world governments:

Khamenei Tweet 1

Khamenei Tweet 2Khamenei Tweet 3The tweets also fea­ture the hash­tag #Shut­Dow­nAIPAC, the ral­ly­ing cry for anti-Israel groups protest­ing out­side the annual con­fer­ence of the Amer­i­can Israel Pub­lic Affairs Coun­cil, includ­ing SJP, Code Pink, the US Cam­paign to End the Occu­pa­tion and the Answer Coali­tion.…
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February 9, 2015 0

Time to Stop the Circus and Focus on Iran

By Abra­ham H. Fox­man
National Direc­tor of the Anti-Defamation League

This arti­cle orig­i­nally appeared on The Huff­in­g­ton Post Blog

I have recently writ­ten about the enor­mously high stakes involved in get­ting the Iran nuclear issue right. There is a broad con­sen­sus on this and on the dan­gers of a nuclear armed Iran. Yet, as the clock winds down on nego­ti­a­tions between Iran and the P-5+1, impor­tant dif­fer­ences in just how to effec­tively accom­plish the goal have emerged.

These dif­fer­ences are not about whether diplo­macy is the best way to resolve the issue — all agree it is.…
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