Speaking at an annual Army Day ceremony, where Iran-made Bavar-373 missiles were displayed, Iran's president says 'strategy has always been that of a deterrent.'
As conflicts in the region spill over into neighboring countries, Western experts are having a tough time keeping up with the dizzying pace of events.
At stake is leadership of an organization that helps manage Israeli agencies with huge budgets; liberal U.S. Jews view the election as a way to register discontent with Israeli politics.
In 1951, a quarter of a million people were living in what was known as ma'abarot, 80 percent of them from Islamic lands. Most of the camps were dismantled by 1959. Ten forgotten years.