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Iran Nuclear Deal
In Jerusalem, former Rep. Michele Bachmann talks of the Jewish state’s promising future
Throughout her public life, the conservative firebrand has been an outspoken supporter of Israel and as visited numerous times to show solidarity. She did so again for the U.S. embassy opening.
‘Trump’s war’ isn’t coming
U.S. President Donald Trump has shown himself to be an advocate of regime reform, rather than regime change.
After Israeli airstrikes into Syria, White House says Israel ‘has a right to defend itself’
“We support [Israel] in whatever efforts they have in order to defend themselves,” calling Iran’s aggression “another good reminder that the president made the right decision to get out of the Iran deal,” stated White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Israel destroys 50 Iranian targets in Syria after missiles launched at Golan Heights by Iran
The Israel Defense Forces reported that it had set back Iranian military capabilities in Syria by “many months,” smashing more than 50 targets in what IDF Spokesperson Brig.-Gen. Ronen Manelis called "one of the greatest operations of the Israel Air Force in the past decade.”
Jonathan S. Tobin
The search for an Iran scapegoat
Blaming Israel or conservative Jews for Trump’s Iran-deal decision is a classic misdirection play, as well as incorrect on the merits.
Exiting Iran deal, Trump signals: ‘America resumes regional leadership’
David Wurmser, adviser to former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and John Bolton, says by reversing the previous policy, the United States has “accepted the responsibility again of ensuring that American interests will drive policy, and that while our alliances are appreciated, they are to be understood in the context of interests, not instead of them.”
Netanyahu meets with Putin in Moscow amid in escalating tensions in Syria
“Our meetings are always important, and this one is especially so. Given what is happening now in Syria, it is important to ensure the continued security cooperation between the Russian army and the Israel Defense Forces,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Jerusalem is rising as Israel’s enemies falter
In just a few days, Washington will move its embassy to the Jewish state’s capital. At the same time, Palestinian leadership is showing signs of collapse, and Iran is struggling from internal unrest and a failing economy, topped off by America’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal.
Iranian parliamentarians shout ‘Death to America,’ burn US flag
Iranian lawmakers ascended the podium in Tehran’s parliament and lit an American flag on fire, shouting “Death to America!” on Wednesday in response to an official announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump that America would be withdrawing from its nuclear deal with Iran.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Wrong man? Right decision!
U.S. President Donald Trump’s Iran-deal decision was a first, necessary step to reverse his predecessor’s dangerous appeasement policy that empowered a rogue nation.
Trump tells Macron he will withdraw from Iran nuclear deal, impose new sanctions
Trump plans to reinstate all sanctions it had waived as part of the nuclear deal, as well impose additional economic penalties on the Islamic Republic, according to “The New York Times.”
Trump to announce Iran-deal decision Tuesday afternoon
“I will be announcing my decision on the Iran Deal tomorrow from the White House at 2:00pm,” the president tweeted.
Foreign minister: Iran will not renegotiate nuclear deal
“Let me make it absolutely clear once and for all. We will neither outsource our security, nor we will renegotiate or add on to a deal we have already implemented in good faith,” Mohammad Javad Zarif said in a video address titled “A message from Iran” posted on YouTube.
The Mossad’s stupendous achievement in Tehran
The Iranians now know that, in obtaining this most closely guarded information, the Mossad penetrated the innermost sanctums of the Iranian security apparatus.
Does it matter whether Iran actually violated the terms of the JCPOA?
Mideast analyst David Wurmser discusses flaws in the deal, the lack of a full “reveal” and why he says it was never a treaty, but “an agreement among a policy community discredited by their willful suspension of sobriety and reality.”