The Political and Ideological Structure of the Israel and Its Impact on the Security Arrangements in the Middle East with Emphasis on Iran


Hamid Sarmadi , Javid karimi , Ehsan Afrashi ,

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Volume 10 - July 2021 (07)


The main purpose of this study is to identify Israeli security threats (especially military threats arising from nuclear weapons programs), to investigate the impact of these threats on the regional security environment in the Middle East, and to provide solutions to deal with them.  Research questions include:

1. What is the strategic vision and principles of Israel's national security policies? 

2. What are the most important security threats to Israel for the Middle East, especially the Islamic Republic of Iran? 

3. What policies should the countries of the region consider in dealing with these threats in their defense policy?

The political structure of the Zionist regime is influenced by the ideological foundations of Judaism, and the teachings of the Talmud have had a great influence on the political and military actions of that regime. Overall conclusion is that while Israel's security policies pose a threat to the Middle East, for a myriad of reasons, including the growing economic vulnerability by militarism, foreign dependence on major superregional powers, especially the United States, and internal political-social-economic conflicts.Increasing the political role and armed activities of terrorist groups, the weakening and eventual overthrow of the unpopular and authoritarian Western governments in the Middle East, the Netanyahu administration will not achieve its strategic goals. The research method of this article is qualitative and the type of information gathering is documentary, desk (library) form and the use of reputable scientific sites.


Political Structure, Ideology, Israel, Middle East, Iran


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