I was interviewed by ILTV, a leading English language news station in Israel, on Israel's alleged assassination of Iranian nuclear chief and IRGC general Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. To watch the interview, click here.
In this article for Defense News, Seth Frantzman interviews top defense anlysists in Israel about Israel's recent multi-tier missile defense test. I pointed out that “Iran spent a lot of money developing [its strike] capabilities. So [Israel] is testing [its weapons systems] out, and it is an attempt to show Iran and its proxies that [Israeli] capabilities will soon be neutralized and they might as well not bother trying.” To read the article, click here.
In this op-ed/analysis piece published in The Algemeiner, I claim that the supposed Israeli assasination of Iranian nuclear chief and IRGC general Mohsen Fakhrizadeh does not bring us closer to war with Iran, because we are already in the midst of that very war. Following the assasination, "reactions from prominent American voices — including in the Democratic Party, mainstream media outlets, and liberal Jewish organizations — have voiced three main critiques. First, that it
I was interviewed on ILTV, a leading English language news channel in Israel, on rumors of the death of Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei, who might be his successor and what this means for Israel. To watch the interview, click here.