radical axis


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radical axis

[′rad·ə·kəl ′ak·səs]
(mathematics)
The line passing through the two points of intersection of a pair of circles.
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Haidar added that following the eruption of anti-regime protests in Syria, Israel has reset its priorities; weakening the radical axis led by Iran, isolating Hamas and restraining Hizbullah were no longer its top priorities.
The decline in the popularity and legitimacy of the radical axis of Hizbullah and Bashar Assad, alongside "the erosion" in the Muslim Brotherhood's popularity in the Middle East, was a positive development.
Iranian nuclear activities and the growing strength of the 'radical axis' of Hizbullah and Hamas are the main issues that will preoccupy the new head of the Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad, Tamir Pardo, when he takes office, reported pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT on Wednesday.
call on Syria to distance itself from Iran, appeared to be the nucleus of a radical axis opposed to the United States and Israel
"The moderates are worried that this approach will come at their expense and will be used by the radical axis to continue to carry out terror activities and rearm.
This failed politician, who wasted opportunities for peace while serving as Israel's Prime Minister, repeats the lies voiced by Netanyahu then proceeds to say that the Middle East is "the frontline of the conflict over world energy supplies, as it is the frontline of the conflict against a radical axis led by Iran, which seeks to obtain nuclear weapons and to sponsor Jihadist and terrorist elements"...
The radical axis of Iran, Syria and Hizbullah has crossed all red lines recently, Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairman Avigdor Lieberman said.
Speaking yesterday at a meeting of the Knesset's Committee on Foreign Affairs and Security, Ashkenazi said, "Syria is dancing at two weddings, on the one hand, (Syrian President Bashar) al-Assad is talking of peace [with Israel], but on the other, he's deepening relations with a radical axis and embracing Hizbullah."
Turning to Syria, Yadlin said the ongoing crisis there presents a unique opportunity for Israel to break the radical axis in the Middle East.