The Iranian Push and Israel’s Evolving Security Doctrine

Israel’s very public acknowledgment of Saturday’s attack on foreign soil highlights a shift in Israel’s security policy.
American-built RQ-170 stealth UAV, captured by Iran, at an IRGC-ASF media expo in 2014.
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Over the weekend, Israel confirmed a successful preemptive strike against an Iranian drone team in Syria. The strike was designed to curtail an imminent threat whereby Iranian Quds Force operators would fly explosive-laden drones into Israel. Israel’s very public acknowledgment of the attack on foreign soil highlights the current shift in Israel’s security policy.

On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal looks at the events of the past weekend in light of Iran’s drive for regional dominance, and how Iranian policy has pushed Israel to change its own security doctrine.

Show Notes

Iraq Is Conquered—On to Jerusalem

The King of the South

Iran’s Aggression and the Shiite Apocalypse

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