عنوان مقاله [English]
By recognizing the Israel regime occupying Jerusalem (de facto and unofficially), the Pahlavi government exposed itself to severe criticism from internal opposition forces and some countries in the region, so it hid all kinds of economic, military and political relations with the Israeli regime from the eyes of the people. The important issue in this research is the reflection of the opinions of the representatives of the National Council (Parliament), the reasons and motivations for the confidentiality of bilateral relations. The main question is, “what were the positions of the representatives of the 22nd National Council towards Israel?” Using qualitative studies and document review, the current research tries to test the hypothesis that the causes of the convergence of the Pahlavi government and the occupying regime of Quds, which were non-Arab regimes supporting American interests in the region, were compensating for the lack of a popular base, acquiring Israeli weapons, and confronting the Arabs. Radicalism for the Pahlavi government and exit from political and economic isolation was legal recognition for the Zionist regime. Referring to the negotiations of the 23rd session of the National Council, many representatives did not consider any other role for the New Iran Party to protect its interests and policies in order to strengthen the Pahlavi government, except by condemning Israel as a usurper country. One of the reasons for secrecy can be mentioned to prevent any possible reaction from domestic opponents and extremist Arab countries.