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Political Change in Arab Countries
By Micah Halpern

Friday October 15, 2021
I've Been Thinking:

Every Israeli prime minister is briefed on issues and safety questions concerning Israel and Jews from all over the world.

I was very happy to hear Prime Minister Bennett talk about internal challenges in Lebanon and in Iraq and specifically about the grassroot opposition groups emerging in these countries.

There has been violence and protests by Hezbollah on the streets of Beirut opposing the judiciary’s investigation of the horrific explosion in the port of Beirut.
In response, popular voices are emerging rejecting that violence and those protests. In essence, those voices are rejecting Hezbollah and Iran.

During the recent elections in Iraq, Iranian-backed candidates did very poorly.
Bennett said: "Wherever Iran interferes, there is violence, poverty and instability.”
He continued: "I hope the Lebanese and Iraqi people will succeed in breaking free from the strangle-hold of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps and build a better future for themselves."

I hope, his hope, comes true.

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19 October 2021 09:41 PM in Thoughts

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