The six-party party talks on Iran’s nuclear program, called “the last chance” by the West, may now be in jeopardy.
The mounting threat of a US-Israeli military attack against Iran is based on several factors including:
A Grad rocket has landed in the southern Israeli city of Eilat, but has caused no damage or injuries, Israeli security officials said.
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Israel is nuclear armed and dangerous
Army General Keith Alexander, the director of the NSA, is having a busy year — hopping around the country, cutting ribbons at secret bases and bringing to life the agency’s greatly expanded eavesdropping network.
Israel is tightening the noose around Iran. The Israeli government has signed a secret agreement with the government of Azerbaijan to lease two former Soviet military airfields located close to the Iranian border. One of the facilities is being used
The New York Times’ Isabel Kershner reporting from Jerusalem on March 20th described Israeli government rage at a comment made by the European Union’s foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton relating to the killing of three Jewish children in Toulouse
There isn't a whole lot the American public can do to stop a war that its political class wants. Yet I wonder if the Iranian people themselves could contribute to the cause. The single most important thing for them to do is to speak directly to the W
But at Haaretz, Amir Oren says that Israel has put off an attack until 2013 because of a U.S. analysis showing that Iranian counterattack would kill 200 Americans at once. Oren doesn't say where these Americans would die, but that the analysis has sc
The State Department has altered an official communication to erase the fact that it had referred to Israel and Jerusalem as separate entities.
Iran's atomic energy programme calls into question the sustainability of Israel's own nuclear ambiguity.
Israel says it "cannot afford" to wait for an Iranian nuclear weapons program, which intelligence says doesn't exist
Israeli press reported this evening that French gunman Mohamed Merah had been on a trip to Israel in the past.
Following last Friday’s majority vote by the Israel Security Council authorizing Iranian “action” when required
I watched a television commercial paid for by the "Emergency Committee for Israel" in which Mr. Gary Bauer spends a minute or so defaming Dr. Paul as: a spinner of 9/11 conspiracies, an America-hater, an opponent of the U.S. military, a friend of Ira
A European Union foreign policy chief drew criticism in Israel on Tuesday over what Israeli leaders said was her comparison of the killing of four Jews at a school in France with the deaths of children in the Gaza Strip.
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New York Times report quotes senior American officials who believe there is little disagreement between Israeli and U.S. intelligence over Iran’s nuclear program, despite calls for a strike by Israeli officials.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is once again hinting at the possibility of an attack against Iran in the near future
Sheldon Richman, senior fellow at The Future of Freedom Foundation, discusses his article “No to AIPAC, No to Israel, and No to War;”
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger said in an interview Sunday that the United States should assume that Iran is actively preparing to build nuclear weapons.
The former head of Israel's Mossad intelligence agency is warning that it would be reckless for Israel to launch a pre-emptive attack on Iran's nuclear program and instead suggests it would be better to wait for the U.S. to step in.
As we noted last month, the bombing in India – blamed on the Iranians by Israel – looks suspicious:
Thousands of African asylum-seekers fleeing persecution could end up in Negev desert camp
Anyone who doubts how the extent of pressure on media outlets when it comes to covering Israel should pick up the New York Times.
Israeli war criminals
Israeli airstrikes killed up to 10 Palestinians, most of them militants, in the Gaza Strip on Friday and early Saturday, and militants fired barrages of rockets at southern Israel in the worst cross-border fighting in months.
Just before World War I, the sentiment in America was decidedly pro-German, and more the half of all the immigrants coming to this developing land WERE German. Nobody wanted to get involved in a European war. But the media, owned by the same people w
Israel has asked the United States for advanced "bunker-buster" bombs and refueling planes that could improve its ability to attack Iran's underground nuclear sites, an Israeli official said on Thursday.