The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) and Iranian Americans for Liberty (IAL) issued a joint statement on December 6 urging the Biden administration to end discussions with the Iranian government regarding re-entering the 2015 nuclear deal.
The New York Times is being criticized for allegedly romanticizing a top nuclear scientist for the Iranian government who was killed in November 2020.
Speaking at a crowded campaign rally in Pensacola, Florida last September, then Republican nominee Donald Trump issued a stern threat to Tehran. Responding to...
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blamed “Zionist pressure groups” for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling he said could undermine the Iran nuclear deal.
U.S. Republican senators pledged on Thursday to try to toughen a bill giving Congress the power to review a nuclear agreement with Iran, raising the possibility of a partisan battle that could complicate the measure\'s chances of passing.
A few days ago some international reporters contacted to me to obtain my insights about the wider regional implications of the recent Israeli-Hamas war...
The Iranian regime’s propaganda machine goes out of its way to portray itself as giving the Jews “wide freedoms” and not being anti-Semitic. Yet...
Reactions have been strong and angry from the local Iranian community to outreach initiated by the Obama administration to the Islamic Republic of Iran for assistance in quashing Sunni militants in Iraq.
The election of cleric Hassan Rohani as president of Iran does not change anything, since he was shortlisted by the country’s radical Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Iran and six world powers are meeting for talks on Iran\'s nuclear program.
New satellite images show possible recent nuclear activity at the Parchin facility in Iran as well as attempts to hide evidence of past activity.
Israel expressed deep suspicion on Tuesday about an expected deal between the U.N. nuclear agency and Iran, suggesting Tehran\'s aim was to wriggle out of sanctions rather than make real concessions ahead of wider atomic talks with world powers.
Facing an imminent toughening of sanctions, Iran is hinting at a readiness to give some ground in its long nuclear stand-off with world powers, but any flexibility could split their ranks and lead to protracted uncertainty about how to respond.
The European Union banned imports of oil from Iran on Monday and imposed a number of other economic sanctions, joining the United States in a new round of measures aimed at deflecting Tehran\'s nuclear development program.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said it was his duty to warn the world about suspected Iranian activities that point to plans to develop atomic bombs, maintaining pressure on Tehran ahead of rare talks between Iran and his agency expected this month.
Iranian and Western sources said on Monday Iran had switched on a uranium enrichment plant deep inside a mountain, a momentous step that aggravates Tehran\'s nuclear dispute with the West.
If Washington is perplexed by Israeli \"opacity\" on whether it might attack Iran, that is no accident, since Israel\'s leaders are themselves torn - but also content to let fears of bluff and double-bluff play to their advantage.
The 35-nation board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog looked set on Friday to censure Iran over mounting suspicions it is seeking to develop atom bombs, after the six big powers overcame divisions on how to best deal with a defiant Tehran.
The U.N. nuclear chief said on Thursday it was his duty to \"alert the world\" about suspected work in Iran to develop atomic bombs, and major powers prepared to intensify the pressure on the Islamic state.
A massive explosion that killed 17 troops including an officer regarded as the architect of Iran\'s missile defences last week took place during research on weapons that could strike Israel, the Islamic Republic\'s military chief said on Wednesday.
Israel was behind an explosion in an Iranian ammunition depot that killed a missile expert, Western intelligence officials are saying.
Iran\'s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned the United States and Israel on Thursday not to launch military action against its nuclear sites, saying it would be met with \"iron fists,\" state television reported.
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