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Former New York City mayor addresses Jerusalem Post Annual Conference, speaks out against emerging Iran deal.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Israel must take on the unpleasant role of threatening to activate the military option if Iran breaks through to the nuclear weapons stage.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
"Imagine Islamic State building atomic bombs," the cartoon says. "Well, maybe it’s not that hard to imagine."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Duqu virus may have allowed theft of computer files, eavesdropping on rooms, reports Wall Street Journal.
Like Israel, Gulf Arab Sunni states are also concerned about a possible deal between the major powers and Tehran.
In the ever-shifting kaleidoscope of political, religious, economic, strategic and tactical considerations that mark the Middle East, little is clear-cut in deciding between friend and foe.
By NEVILLE TELLER
In the few short months since he ascended the throne, Salman has shown himself to be a pragmatic man of action in both the domestic and foreign arenas.
P5+1 proposes mechanism to ensure access to sensitive Iran sites.
The document is largely written, but the toughest negotiations come down to the wording of key annexes.
A contract, any contract, is only as good as its wording.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Sides emphasize that major obstacles remain to finalizing a deal under which Iran would cut back its nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions.
Former deputy director of the CIA Michael Morell tell the ‘Post’ that al-Qaida is more dangerous to the West than ISIS.
By YOSSI MELMAN
White House reportedly considering a suspension of sanctions on Iran's ballistic missile work.
Congressional timeline puts pressure on June 30 deadline.
Condition of US Secretary of State defined as stable.
Netanyahu's warning comes as the nuclear negotiations between the western powers and Iran in Vienna remain deadlocked.
By HERB KEINON
Chief US negotiators briefed Israel's national security adviser, Yossi Cohen, before departure for final round.
Defense Minister says Israel not holding talks with Hamas.
Netanyahu's comments came at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting, just two days before the deadline for an agreement was set to expire.
Just 22% trust Obama with their security, poll finds.
By GIL HOFFMAN
With intensive talks due to start in Vienna on Saturday, PM says deal being discussed is “fundamentally flawed.”
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
“No sign of the name Shoshanna from Unit 8200 written” on the virus," Former IDF Brig.-Gen. Yair Cohen quips at TAU conference.
In London, opposition leader presents Israel as a unified front against expected Iran nuclear deal.
First cadets who trained with it receive their ranks on Tuesday.
Iran took center stage during the lengthy phone call with the Zionist Union leader saying Israel could not “feel safe or certain" in the face of agreements being reached with Iran.
By LAHAV HARKOV,ELIA BERGER
Steinitz was reacting to the annual report issued by Washington which determined that terrorist attacks worldwide surged by more than a third and fatalities soared by 81 percent in 2014.
By DANA SOMBERG/MAARIV HASHAVUA
At the Peres Center, Michael Douglas and Natan Sharansky weigh in on BDS threats and nuclear weapons.
By NOA AMOUYAL
John Brennan likely told Israeli officials that intelligence monitoring is sufficient to track possible military dimensions of Tehran's program, according to MEMRI report.
In April, a CNN poll found that 53 percent of Americans back such an agreement.
Bayit Yehudi MK Yinon Magal makes call after 'Post' columnist accused former officials of refusing orders from PM to strike Iran in 2010.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Likud Minister slams boycott movement as racist and discusses "bad" Iran nuclear deal at Jpost Annual Conference.
By FRANK G. RUNYEON
US President says Netanyahu cares deeply about Israel's security.
Netanyahu says deal paves way for many atom bombs and will fill Iran's coffers to fund more mischief.
The prime minister called on Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana to join in applying pressure to avoid a rushed nuclear deal with Iran.
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Maureen Nehedar, the first female performer of liturgical music, is running a workshop in Tel Aviv.
By BARRY DAVIS
Iran nuclear talks approach endgame, negotiators push on sticking points.
No "breakthrough moment," UK says as two-year diplomatic effort enters its endgame.
"We have our own sense of deadline," US Secretary of State John Kerry said outside the Palais Coburg on Wednesday afternoon.
Day after agreement to set back deadline to reach final deal, top US, UK and German diplomats hold meetings with Iran.
Iranian media says website created to recognize "fabricated Holocaust narrative" of the "Zionists."
P5+1 group of world powers and Iran agree to formally extend the terms of the interim agreement by seven days to buy time for a comprehensive deal.
Every sovereign nation has its secrets. And every nation is entitled to protect those secrets.
The US administration is very hot to sign a deal, but with Iran’s leader having the final word, anything can happen.
Ross, a key adviser on Iran and the Middle East during US President Barack Obama's first term, told The Jerusalem Post that there was both good and bad news in the missed deadline.
Talks under way in the Austrian capital are supposed to wrap up two years of negotiations over Iran's nuclear work.
The prime minister called on foreign leaders to reach an agreement which would actually prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
The negotiations coincide with this year’s celebration of 50 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and the Federal Republic of Germany.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Deadline for the deal, agreed upon by world powers, is in just two days.
Kerry and Iran's Zarif see hard work ahead as nuclear talks begin.
"At this stage it's not clear that Iran is ready to make the choices," says official on condition of anonymity.
The "US was insisting that the PMD (possible military dimensions) issue be resolved in the negotiations," a Western source says.
"The agreement will not prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapons capability. It will not require the dismantling of Iran's nuclear infrastructure," letter released by Washington Institute says.
Iran's supreme leader specifically rejects limits on Tehran's research and development into nuclear technology that would last a decade or more.
Saudis say wikileaks cables may be faked and has not commented on specific documents.
A "complex low signature cyber attack, which leaves behind no clear trail, could create regional uncertainty, and increase existing distrust between Iran and the US."
Bill would require sanctions to be lifted immediately and bar UN inspectors from military sites.
Iranian mascots carried held up a large US flag before the match as the US national anthem was played, drawing polite applause from the 12,000-strong crowd in Tehran's Azadi Indoor Stadium.
French diplomat says major powers not thinking about long-term extension to talks.
Kaspersky Lab said earlier this month a computer virus tied to Israeli intelligence had been used to hack into hotels used to host talks between Iran and six world powers.
Moscow commits to June 30 deadline for final nuclear agreement with Tehran.
"With the guidance of the Supreme Leader and the support of the people, we will enrich both uranium and the economy in Iran," Rouhani assures crowd.
Brig.-Gen. (res.)Yossi Kuperwasser offers scathing criticism of Obama Administration's 'optimistic and guilt-driven worldview' shaping Iran approach.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,HERB KEINON
The list of question marks regarding the Iranian regime's empty guarantees of human rights progress continues to balloon.
Iranian president becomes latest senior official to express reservations about "intrusive" inspections sought by world powers.
Tehran requests to be informed about investigation results.
Latest round of discussions in Vienna on Friday made no significant progress, source from one of the missions was quoted as saying.
US has accused Israel of spying on the Iran nuclear talks in the past; security firm identifies widespread use of complex virus.
Ariel Cohen: Iran going nuclear would lead to Saudis following suit.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Four children died, while another 28 were hospitalized after the incident. Iranian authorities said they arrested five members of hotel staff.
In January, former vice-president Mohammad Reza Rahimi was jailed for five years and ordered to pay 38.5 billion rials after being found guilty of money laundering, embezzlement.
Netanyahu echoes claims that Iran developing technologies and negotiating nuclear deal simultaneously.
US maintains it is not entertaining an extension in the talks.
The news comes as the P5+1 powers and Iran seek to strike a final status accord with less than one month before the deadline.
US secretary of state flies home for treatment of femur broken in bicycle accident, could be grounded for weeks.
A senior Iranian diplomat said Iran was now reviewing several options for the possible "snapback" of Security Council sanctions against Tehran.
According to report, IAEA is concerned about possible existence of undisclosed military dimensions to Tehran's past nuclear work.
Moscow: Security Council must vote on any new move.
Envoys to Washington from Britain, France and Germany, sketch out their expectations for the end game of the nuclear talks.
In a rally near Tehran on Tuesday, Rouhani spoke of pursuing “the path of peace” and “constructive interaction with the world.”
Jason Rezaian, the Post's Tehran bureau chief, has been in Tehran's Evin prison since his arrest in July.
The executive secretary of the contest says artists have the duty to raise public awareness about this group.
Major General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the elite Quds Force says only Iran is confronting Islamic State.
Report raises disturbing questions about Iranian compliance with any nuclear agreement in light of failure to respect its citizens’ basic human rights.
The Iranian media, which has been known to report "conspiracy theories" in the past, runs story refuting that Kerry was hurt in a cycling accident.
Since the interim deal was announced in April, the government in Tehran has proven to the world what its people were trying to convey in 2009: they cannot be trusted.
By LISA DAFTARI
Some claim that Captagon reduces the sensation of pain, neutralize inhibitions and create a feeling of ecstasy mixed with euphoria that causes extreme and wild behavior.
By BOAZ GANOR,MIRI HALPERIN WERNLI
With nuclear weapons, the Iranian regime would likely feel free to act without fear of any consequences from the West.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
IS forces are likely to find themselves “at the gates” of the West Bank (Judea/Samaria), the territories still widely presumed to become "Palestine."
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
If the US fails to reverse Obama’s policies toward Iran in the next two years, it is hard to see how it will be able to rebuild its strategic posture in the future.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
The US administration needs to advance a clear alternative position based on a credible military option.
By GIDEON SA’AR AND ZAKI SHALOM
Stopping Iran from getting nuclear weapons is not only critical for Israel’s safety and survival, but for the future of the world.
By WILLIAM GERSHON
Five key issues on which the allies must hold fast in nuclear negotiations
By MORTIMER B. ZUCKERMAN
The administration’s fear of provoking actions while the nuclear negotiations are ongoing is interpreted by Iran not as pragmatism, but as an invitation to cheat on any future deal.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
Iran appears to have used a type of "Hawala" system to transfer tens of millions of dollars to Hamas in an effort to help it dig new terror tunnels
By JOHNNY YAROM
The Committee to Protect Journalists’ year-end census counted 30 reporters in Iran’s jails, out of 221 worldwide.
The @EmamKhomeini account was dedicated to publishing never before seen photos of the leader of the Iranian revolution.
Despite rhetoric about protecting all ethnicities, religions, genders and transformed genders, where is the world’s humanist conscience when it comes to enabling Iran to drop over Tel Aviv?
By RON RUBIN