Israel plans to privatize loss-making Israel Military Industries, manufacturer of the Uzi sub machinegun, Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said, explaining that, despite its "excellent products," the company had losses that did not permit its survival.
After Failing to Kill Interim Deal, Netanyahu Looks to Engage
Hours After Deal, Ambassador Is Talking Up War
"If five years from now a nuclear suitcase explodes in New York or Madrid, it will be because of the deal that was signed this morning."
Mossad worked closely with Saudi royals on war preparations
Any rational person understands that we are in the midst of a process that will lead to a nuclear-armed Iran.
“It’s the reason why I ran for the Senate, [it] is all wrapped up in this battle. I am totally dedicated to the survival of the state of Israel in the 21st century,”
Not feeling at all chastened over his role in pushing the US into war in Iraq based on his lies and those of his neoconservative allies, William Kristol peddles more lies to push Israel into a war of its own. Kristol, is desperately egging Israel on
Demands Would Alienate Other Nations
Aims to Reassure Israel of Willingness to Attack
A producer working in Tinseltown since the late 1970s led a double life as an arms dealer and Israeli intelligence operative. Arnon Milchan, the Israeli producer of such smash hits as "Fight Club," "Pretty Woman," and hundreds of other films, is open
Convinced that Iran is tricking the world over nuclear weapons, Israel and Saudi Arabia may work together to curb its ambitions
The US remains the most powerful actor in the world. But last week, American credibility was shattered.
The chance for a first preliminary agreement between Iran and the six powers (US, UK, France, Germany, Russia and China) to resolve the decade-long conflict over Iran's nuclear program was lost during the weekend because of a deliberate French policy
The best way to keep Iran from building a nuclear bomb is for the Obama administration and its nuclear client Israel to stop threatening the Islamic Republic.
Despite Netanyahu's hard line, many Israelis believe diplomacy can work.
Which is exactly what Bibi wants.
In their obsession to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, the U.S. and Israel created a computer virus (called “Stuxnet”) to take out Iran’s nuclear reactors.
Israel's ill-tempered opposition – even before anything has been formally agreed – looks set to further strain its already tense relations with Washington. "Netanyahu unwise to challenge US so openly/dismissively on possible Iran nuclear deal," tw
10 Days Till Talks Means 10 Days to Condemnation
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is upset over Secretary of State John Kerry and the United States working on a deal with Iran over that country’s nuclear program.
Whatever Proposal Is, Israel Against It
A study of Israeli veterans of the 1973 Yom Kippur War finds that torture permanently alters a person's perception of pain.
Former U.N. Ambassador says in interview that Israel 'should have done this years ago.'
“Israel, I think, now faces the fateful decision whether it will allow Iran to get nuclear weapons, thus constituting a true existential threat to Israel. Or whether they will strike as the Israelis have done twice before against nuclear programs in