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유대인, 이스라엘과 이란의 전략적 관계

It is generally known that in the wake of the Islamic Revolution in Iran in 1979, Muhammad Reza Pahlavi's pro-Israel policy abruptly changed to Khomeini's anti-Israel policy. Shortly after the Islamic Revolution, two-thirds of Iranian Jews reportedly left their homeland and moved to Israel, the United States and Europe. Are these refugees forcibly deported by the anti-Zionist policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran? Are they voluntary migrants in search of a better living conditions? Officially, the Islamic Republic of Iran has severed diplomatic and commercial relations with Israel and does not recognize Israel as a legitimate state. However, Israel sided with Iran in the Iran/Iraq War, which lasted for nearly eight years from 1980 to 1988, including arms support. Weapons are an essential element for maintaining and strengthening the regime, and arms trade is a key driving force and symbol of alliances between countries. Eventually, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Israel use the religious and ideological political rhetorics to subdue the internal opposition and to mobilize and support the external allies. In the process, the two countries may go one way or the other by case in the short term, but in the long term, it seems that they are an invisible and hidden strategic alliance for division and domination in the regional politics.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 1940년대 이후 이란 유대 공동체의 변화

Ⅲ. 이란과 이스라엘의 전략적인 관계

Ⅳ. 이란 핵문제와 이란-이스라엘 관계 전망

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