With its elected leaders hamstrung by unelected lawyers, the likelihood that Israel will be capable of conceiving and carrying out a policy to block Iran’s rise as a nuclear power is not high.
“The world is watching whether the new leaders will abandon disastrous lawless bullying of outgoing regime—and accept multilateralism, cooperation & respect for law.”
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif’s appearance over the weekend on CBS’ Face the Nation showed him trying to convince someone
Blaming Israel and Netanyahu specifically for the listing has now been Zarif’s main talking point within the last day.
Recent signs indicate that Trump will likely not renew sanctions waivers on Iran, thereby effectively pulling the US out of the deal.
‘A meeting was held with Kerry, although you know that at present, Kerry doesn’t hold any government post,’ said the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Bahram Qassemi
As tensions between Israel and Iran flare after an Israeli airstrike in Syria killed seven Iranian military personnel, one prominent Rabbi is reaching out to Iran as a partner in redemption, connecting with the country’s ancient Persian heritage that played an essential role in building the Second Temple.
In a Twitter response on Sunday to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Purim Message that Iran will not succeed in destroying the Jews, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif accused the PM of “fake history & falsifying Torah”, claiming that Iran had actually saved the Jews three times.
Zarif said that the addendum to the nuclear deal will soon be made public.
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that would enable survivors of Iranian terror attacks and their families to collect compensation.