Meyrav Wurmser is an Israeli-American neoconservative agitator who played a central role in theorizing the need for US military intervention coupled with hyped anti-Islam hysteria to advance Israeli interests in the Middle East leading up to the September 11 attacks.
Wurmser currently works at Delphi Global Analysis, a geopolitical consulting firm founded by her husband David Wurmser. David Wurmser is an American neocon agitator who formerly served as the Middle East advisor to the former US Vice President Dick Cheney.1
Meyrav Wurmser was also a senior fellow at the conservative US think tank, the Hudson Institute.
Wurmser is also co-founder of Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) along with a former Israeli intelligence officer, Yigal Carmon.2 MEMRI is a media project portraying Muslim people as “anti-Semites” and barbarous terrorists in order to instigate pro-Israel sympathy and anti-Muslim hatred.
‘The Clean Break’
Meyrav was among one of the Jewish neocons who wrote a report titled “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm” in which she argued that Saddam Hussein’s regime must be toppled in favor of Israel’s national interests. She also argued that Israel must attack Syria and abandon any peace negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis based on conceding land to Palestinians. This report was given to then-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Other Jewish neocons such as David Wurmser, Douglas Feith and Richard Perle contributed to this report.3
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Wurmser was also a board member of a Zionist think tank called the Endowment for Middle East Truth. This think tank distributed 20 millions copies of an Islamophobe movie titled Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West in 2008.4