Iran’s Balancing Act with Israel

Iran has threatened a devastating response to Israel’s airstrike on the Iranian embassy in Damascus. But a direct strike on an Israeli facility may not be easy for Ayatollah Khameini.

Ali Siadatan (, born in Iran before the Shia revolution of 1979, joins us to explain why Khomeini may not be as eager to hit back at Israel as some of his supporters, preferring instead to come up with an asymmetrical approach involving his proxies in Gaza, Syria, Lebanon, and maybe even a plot to overthrown King Abdullah of Jordan.

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