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The Iranian culture minster is canceling the Berlin Philharmonic concert because Barenboim is an Israeli.
The chilling video calls on Muslims to unite for the "inevitable" destruction of Israel, which is to be "erased from the annals of history."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
While sanctions and strict religious control over the internet have hampered the Islamic Republic's hi-tech development, local versions of popular sites thrive throughout the Middle East.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews urges Christians nationwide to sign a petition imploring congressmen, senators to vote against nuclear agreement.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
US vice president tells Jewish leaders he is confident deal will halt Tehran's capability to develop an atomic bomb.
Rabbis, lay leaders say all those with opinions must rein in the rhetoric. "We must consider the day after," they added.
By SAM SOKOL
Signatories of letter write that killing the deal would be "tragic mistake."
According to Abe Foxman, the former head of the Anti-Defamation League, while Obama is not anti-Semitic, some of his statements may be misconstrued in a dangerous manner.
Statement is departure from past US characterizations of the controversial site, which has been shut off to international nuclear inspectors since 2006.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Iran – even with the S-300 and the military deals that are expected to be showered upon it – will be no match for Israel in the coming years.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Hezbollah says it has imported Iranian missile-firing drones, Hamas is self-manufacuring UAVs with rockets on wings.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
European news outlets are reporting that the Berlin Philharmonic and the Iranian government are in talks about a possible concert which would take place in Tehran.
The source of the billboard is still unclear, though some speculate it could be tied to an upcoming art exhibit in Jerusalem.
By ROSIE PERPER
"Israelis do not like leakers, snitches or scheming politicians."
By GIL HOFFMAN
"Bibi himself is immersed in a kind of deep pessimism and has a tendency...in the balance between fear and hope, he prefers, generally, to err on the side of fear."
By LAHAV HARKOV
Liberman: Barak revealed state secrets; Recording was meant to be used as background for book and sent to censor before use.
Netanyahu insists that the deal with Iran was an historic mistake. But history makes its own judgments in its own good time.
By LESLIE SUSSER
The letter was signed by 340 rabbis from all streams of Judaism and sent to all Members of Congress.
If the American left remains ascendant, then Israel will have to prepare itself for changes no less portentous than an Iranian bomb.
By AMIEL UNGAR
The PM's threats made the Obama administration nervous that an Israeli military strike would escalate into a general war in the Middle East.
The deeply divided Jewish community must rise above the polarizing tactics employed by both sides.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
A divided Jewish community: How did it come to this?
By ALAN ELSNER
The Saudis will try their best to counter Iran’s power projection.
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
How will history judge Netanyahu’s fervent opposition to the Iran deal?
The ambiguities in the Iran deal must be scrutinized by the only forum that is conducting a serious review of this flawed deal: the US Congress.
By EMILY B. LANDAU
For coordinated action against Iran to be effective, cooperation with the moderate Sunni Arab states is essential.
By YITZHAK BEN-ISRAEL
The painful secrets of a wealthy family of Persian Jews in early 20th-century Iran are the focus of a new novel.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
In total, 37 senators now support Iran nuclear deal.
"The US' new strategy in the region is [inciting wars of] religion against religion, and it has created and supported terrorist groups, including the ISIS," said the commander.
Kuwait has been on alert since a suicide bomber killed 27 people in an attack on a Shi'ite Muslim mosque in the capital, Kuwait City, on June 26.
David Petraeus wants to use moderate members of Nusra in Syria to defeat hardline Islamist group, The Daily Beast reports.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says that she welcomes Iran's participation in any negotiations aimed at ending the civil war in Syria, however Iran needs to change its attitude towards Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
In Washington Post op-ed, former VP and daughter call on congress to reject Iran nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions.
ISIS, Taliban, Boko Haram are other sources of terrorism in the Middle East, Iranian president says.
The US embassy was sacked in the early days of the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
The most recent verdict came as the world awaits news regarding the fate of Jason Rezaian, a reporter for the Washington Post held in Iran for more over a year on espionage charges.
Iran will not allow Israeli conductor Daniel Barenboim to perform.
Adam J. Szubin, the acting undersecretary of treasury for terrorism and financial intelligence, will remain in Israel over the weekend for meetings with Israeli officials, the administration said.
Iran will not receive additional sanctions relief until UN watchdog satisfied with its investigation of site; Biden to meet Jewish leaders in Miami next week.
The talks over a new contract are ongoing, but the two countries are still unable to agree on how to proceed regarding Iranian lawsuit.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Swiss ambassador to Iran addresses business conference in Zurich, as Europeans race back to do business with Iran,
Diplomats say any activity at Parchin military site could undermine the ability to check if nuclear bomb tests happened there.
Human rights defender Kouhyar Goudarzi says the fact that Iran stopped backing Hamas during nuclear talks should be reason enough for Israelis to support nuclear deal.
By NATI GABBAY
Yemen’s army captures Iranian and Hezbollah experts aiding the rebels.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
Iranian supreme leader urges officials not to forget that "Zionists and Americans’ enmity toward the Islamic Revolution" of 1979 "has not declined."
White House spokesman Peter Schultz said the president was referring to other proposed Republican legislation, not the campaign against the Iran deal.
The production, estimated to cost over $40 million dollars, is the first of a trilogy and took more than seven years to complete.
The US and the West have done little to update their defense doctrines for dealing with the burgeoning and evolving nuclear threats posed in other corners of the world.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
UN nuclear watchdog requests additional funds for Iran deal enforcement.
Presidential hopeful says American people need to save Obama from himself.
The UK's Hammond said Monday that Iran's current gov't had more nuanced approach to Israel relative to its predecessor.
Three US citizens are being held in Iran; 16 Iranians are being held in the US for bypassing sanctions and 60 more Iranians are being held for other crimes.
After the British foreign minister opens UK embassy in Tehran he says Islamic Republic will be judged on its actions, not its words.
As Britain restores diplomatic mission in Islamic Republic, Iranian FM says time not ripe for similar move with Washington.
"There will be a visit to Iran, but no date has been set."
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
South Korean deputy trade minister Woo Tae-hee among delegation set to visit Islamic nation on Sunday and Monday.
Israel's quick response to recent Syria rockets show attack was no surprise for IDF Intelligence.
Now one is left to wonder whether Netanyahu and Barak really wanted to make the decision to attack - or whether it's all a bluff.
The bombshell revelations were made in a tape recording obtained by Channel 2.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) announced on Friday that he would vote in Congress in favor of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Iran consistently threatens to annihilate the Jewish state, even though world powers insist the nuclear deal will make Israel safer.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,BEN HARTMAN,MICHAEL WILNER
Dore Gold says Iranians have been pouring asphalt there to make it more difficult to take ground samples and prove previous nuclear activity.
By HERB KEINON,MICHAEL WILNER
Without IAEA confirmation that Iran is keeping its promises enshrined in the deal, the country will not be granted much-needed sanctions relief.
According to the RIA Novosti news agency, a source in Russia's Foreign Ministry said that the deal would go ahead "this year for sure."
There is no middle ground – stakes are far too high to ignore Islamic Republic’s history of deception, organization’s executive VP says.
"We blocked this path and will definitely block it in the future. We won't allow American political, economic or cultural influence in Iran," Khamenei said.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
The Kuwaiti Interior Ministry said on Thursday that authorities had found ammunition, explosives, weapons and grenades in holes dug under houses in an area near the Iraqi border.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,JPOST.COM STAFF
"Syria is the golden ring of resistance against the Zionists," Ali Akbar Velayati told Iranian state media.
Implementation of the deal will be ultimately determined by the foreign policies of the UK, France, Germany, China and Russia.
The influential federation branch said that the nuclear agreement needs to be strengthened and emphasized that war is not the only alternative for dealing with Iran.
Senator Jeff Flake was the closest in the Republican party to support the agreement and was swarmed with heavy lobbying efforts.
Iran’s pervasive human rights violations and sponsorship of terrorism remain of no interest to Bern.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Salehi says Iranian scientists are not worried about being assassinated since it means “martyrdom” and claims didn’t hold back nuclear program
"Should implementation of the agreement fail, the Federal Council reserves the right to reintroduce the lifted measures," Swiss government statement reads.
Military officials in the past have also mocked the West's willingness to attack the Islamic Republic.
Warring sides ceasefire in Zabadani, two villages; Iranian FM due in Damascus, to discuss peace plan.
News briefs from around the country.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Indeed, ethnic Persians constitute only a slight majority of Iran’s population. Azaris, Kurds and Arabs alone make up at least a third of that population.
By AARON BRAUNSTEIN
"This, incidentally, is what happened after World War I, when Congress refused to approve US participation in the League of Nations."
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
"Barenboim is not the only one desiring entry into Iran right now."
By RUTHIE BLUM
Iran faces unprecedented water shortage, so severe that much of the country could become uninhabitable and millions forced to emigrate.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
To the president, this deal is not so much about nuclear weapons. It’s about the president’s outreach to the Muslim people as articulated in both his Cairo speech of 2009 and in other statements.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
King Solomon wisely warns such men (Proverbs 6:25-26): “Do not lust for her beauty or let her captivate you with her eyes.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
From Persia to the Islamic Iran, the country has consistently demonstrated its desire for the land and wealth of the Arab states and the rest of the region.
By RAMY AZIZ
Anyone who understands how sanctions are put in place and maintained knows the inherent limitations of the so called “snap back” mechanism.
By DAN FEFERMAN
What we are now seeing in the Iran deal is an acceleration of its missile capability.
By NICHOLAS HANLON
Thanks to President Obama, not a single night goes by when I am not worried sick about the survival of my daughter and the Jewish state.
By ALAN KAUFMAN
Iran’s regime is attempting to use this latest charm offensive as a card to play in front of the international community and as a means to cover up other aggressive actions.
By HADAS MAMAN
Business interests will dominate and impede European countries from invoking snap-back sanctions.
In its single-minded pursuit of a nuclear agreement with Iran, the Obama administration has adopted a Syria-policy rich in rhetoric and empty of real action.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Lest anyone imagine the mullahs pulling the strings in Iran don’t mean business, all one has to do is observe how they are executing their grand plan.
The removal of sanctions gives international legitimacy to a totalitarian theocracy that the people of Iran tried to reject. Now, legitimization makes the prospects for the opposition more hopeless.
By AUREL BRAUN,DAVID MATAS
Now is the time to consider the day after the deal, argues the author.
By ARIEL HARKHAM
Obama's words easily lend themselves to damaging misinterpretation and perverse anti-Jewish archetypes.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
"We should empower Iran’s democratic opposition to topple the regime."
By MIKE HUCKABEE