US could soften Iranian hostility to Israel

Precht, Henry
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/18/99, Vol. 91 Issue 57, p11
Asserts that United States policies toward Iran should work to improve Iranian relations with Israel. The Iranian revolution occurring 20 years ago this month; Major reasons for hostility between Israel and Iran; How Iran has sought national independence; Iran's anger against Israel based on Shia Muslim solidarity; Need to help Iran refocus its national priorities; Improving unofficial United States-Iran relations.


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