The West

Spotlight on Iran (Week of January 7-14, 2010)

Assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist employed for internal power struggles
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This year again Iranian-initiated Jerusalem Day was exploited for strong anti-American, anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic incitement.

There were demonstrations in Iran, the Arab-Muslim world and Western Europe. As opposed to previous years, the reformist camp used it for Green protest demonstrations against the regime.
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Iran increases its political and economic presence in Latin America, defying the United States and attempting to undermine American hegemony.

It also foments radical Shi’ite Islamization and exports Iran’s revolutionary ideology, using Hezbollah to establish intelligence, terrorism and crime networks, liable to be exploited against the United States and Israel.
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The UK University and College Union’s double moral standards

At its annual conference on May 28, 2008, the University and College Union, the largest trade union of academics and related staff in the UK, proposed a vote to reintroduce an academic boycott of Israel. The proposed motion asked members “to consider the moral and political implications of educational links with Israeli institutions, and to
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Contemporary Arab-Muslim anti-Semitism, its Significance and Implications (Updated to March 2008)

The study examines contemporary anti-Semitism in the Arab-Muslim world, its roots, its characteristics and the strategic dangers inherent in it for the Jewish people in general and the State of Israel in particular.
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Britain remains a major source of publishing and distribution of Hamas incitement.

Despite increasing public awareness of the threat posed by radical Islam, the British authorities do not stop the distribution of hateful propaganda against Israel and the West and publications glorifying suicide terrorism.
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