Arab-Jewish Partnership to Liberate Iran

Arab nations should join the discreetly emerging international Iran coalition which will be activated to impose a no-fly zone over Iran and provide air support to armed rebellions throughout the country when the diplomatic track collapses, which it inevitably will. The Iranian nuclear weapons program will be destroyed through a joint American-Israeli operation. Should the insurrections fail in the Persian areas will intermittent bombings as part of a permanent no-fly zone prevent the Iranian nuclear weapons program from ever recovering.

Israel and Arab nations beyond the joint critical interest in preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons also have a joint interest in the liberation of the peoples of Iran. There are some 2 million Arabs in Iran, primarily in Khuzestan Province and in Hormozgan Province. There are also some 3 million Median Jews in Iran, who will not be able to emigrate to Israel without the liberation of Iran. Governments of Arab nations need to encourage Washington to support the establishment of a confederal Iran based on linguistic lines with the right to secede for member states whose respective population so prefers. This would enable the establishment of a potentially independent Ahwaz that would also include Arab regions along the Persian Gulf coast, primarily but not exclusively in Hormozgan Province.

It is essential that Arab nations fully participate in the coalition to free Iran in order to liberate their oppressed Arab brethren in Iran who are subjected to enforced Persianization. Israel wants to liberate the Kurds (most Median Jews in Iran are Yarsani Median Jews in Iranian Kurdistan) and Arab governments have an interest in liberating the Arabs. This is a joint interest and something which Israel and Arab nations could cooperate on jointly attaining.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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