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Tablet introduces: Iran Week

The Editors
June 26, 2017
Illustration by Tablet magazine
Illustration by Tablet magazine
Illustration by Tablet magazine
Illustration by Tablet magazine

This week, in Tablet: a series of reported pieces about the repressive theocratic regime in Iran, which has benefited economically and strategically from the Iran Deal yet continues its brutal repressive tactics against dissidents and gays at home, and supports a truly astounding variety of murderous clients abroad while clinging to the openly genocidal goal of eliminating the Jewish State.

With major realignments underway in the region, what lies ahead for U.S. foreign policy toward Iran? What’s next for the two-front proxy war against Israel that the regime has assigned to Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria—and were Israeli decision-makers in denial about a major strategic threat? Is Iran continuing its secret ballistic missile and nuclear cooperation with the defiant rogue state of North Korea? How does the Iranian regime torture and murder its citizens for the “crime” of being gay—and at the same time advertise itself in Washington as a central pillar of the progressive cause?

These questions, and more, are answered in Tablet’s special Iran Week coverage, starting today with an account of the Iranian intellectual who inspired the Islamic Revolution and admired Israel.

From the editors of Tablet Magazine.