Iran has enough fissionable uranium for more than one nuclear device, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi said in an interview with 60 Minutes’ Lesley Stahl that was aired on Sunday. “At the current level of production of this enriched uranium, Iran has accumulated already enough material to have […]
Once the new nuclear deal is signed, Jerusalem’s legitimacy to act militarily against the Islamic Republic will disintegrate, says former Israeli Navy commander Eliezer Marom.
The facts of “Operation Breaking Dawn” don’t make the slightest difference to the moral-equivalence choir hot to return to the JCPOA.
While hailing the Abraham Accords, in his joint press statement at the conclusion of the summit U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said: “We have to be clear that these regional peace agreements are not a substitute for progress between Palestinians and Israelis.”
The Bennett-Lapid government’s attitude towards the Biden administration casts doubt on its threat to go it alone.
For the last six months, the IDF has been working feverishly to prepare for a possible attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities. Such an attack entails incredibly complex strategic and diplomatic planning.
It is beginning to dawn on the Israelis that when it comes to Iran’s nuclear program, the Jewish state stands alone.
Iranian army spokesperson Brig. Gen. Abolfazl Shekarchi’s latest attacks on the United States and the “Zionist regime” should serve as sufficient cause for Washington to call off the whole nuclear-negotiation charade.
American Jewish organizations trying to maintain bipartisan support for Israel must decide between sustaining pro-Israel policies and alienating Democrats. The Republican Jewish Coalition has no such limitations.
A report this week about the discussions Israel and the U.S. are now holding regarding the Iranian nuclear program was nothing short of an earthquake.