Germany and Iran
Many believe that there is a correlation between Islamic antisemitism and Israel’s policies. Are they right?
By Matthias Küntzel
Das neue Unbehagen. Antisemitismus in Deutschland heute, edited by Olaf Glöckner and Günther Jikeli. Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2019. 264 pages. €19.80 (paper).
Hamburg, January 29, 2020
Presentation on the occasion of "The 14th Tel Aviv University Seminar on Contemporary Antisemitism" in Ein-Gedi (Israel), November 25-27, 2019
Hamburg, 5. Januar 2020
The European-German policy toward Iran has definitively failed with Tehran's gradual exit out or the nuclear agreement. But this is still not recognized in Berlin
TELOSscope (www.telospress.com), May 24, 2019
Berlin's split with Washington on Iran long predates Trump - and it speaks to a dangerous naivety in German strategic thinking.
The American Interest, May 15, 2019
The decades-old taboo against Israelis meeting with Arab leaders had been broken. More and more Arab countries are willing to accept Israel as an ally in the defense against Iran
Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A., March 26, 2019
About the meaning of the booklet "Islam and Jewry" and the Bludan Congress of September 1937
Hamburg, July 3, 2018
In the Conflict Over the Nuclear Deal, Germany and the EU Take Iran's Side Against Washington
TELOSscope, May 16, 2018
Islamic antisemitism is a major foreign policy issue: Only governments can stop the flow of hate messages by denouncing and punishing state- and non-state actors.
Hamburg, March 2, 2018
The White House is blackmailing the Europeans to stop them from allowing themselves to be blackmailed by Iran
Hamburg, January 31, 2018
Germany and Iran