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US, Israeli experts meet to advance disability services
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MDA staffers study at sign language workshop
New Worlds" Haifa researchers carry out sensitive detection of DNA sequences
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02.09.2016 | 30 Shevat, 5776
The Wall Street Journal reported that the United States and Iran were exploring the option of a 10-year nuclear freeze as part of talks over Tehran's nuclear program.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
Israel's foremost challenge, Netanyahu says, is Iran's attempts to strengthen its foothold on Israel's borders, even as it tries to arm itself with nuclear weapons.
By HERB KEINON
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet on Sunday for yet another round of intensive talks.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Liberman calls on Jews to leave Europe soon.
An Argentine federal court last year struck down the controversial deal, which would have allowed the interrogation of Iranian suspects.
Peace Index poll taken by the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University shows Israelis have varying degrees of trust in Obama.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Barack Obama a préféré éluder la nature antisémite de l’attaque contre l’Hypercacher. Un choix révélateur des intentions du président américain
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
The US role has now expanded in size and scope, involving more detailed "vetting" of targeting information prepared by the Saudis, with a particular interest in helping the Saudis to avoid civilian casualties, according to the US officials.
Iranian negotiator denies discussion of 2-3 page nuclear deal, according to local media.
The document would include the maximum number and types of uranium enrichment centrifuges Iran could operate, the size of uranium stockpiles, and type of atomic research Iran can conduct.
Decision comes after US gov't injects state secrets privilege.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The International Atomic Energy Agency is investigating allegations of explosives tests and other activity by Iran.
Obama administration on the offensive against "incorrect," "destructive" prime minister.
Rice says that politics had not been injected into the US-Israel relationship until Netanyahu's Congress invitation.
State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki says "not everything you're hearing from the Israeli government is an accurate depiction of the talks."
By MICHAEL WILNER,HERB KEINON
Iranian supreme leader takes to Twitter, claiming Muslims don't enjoy physical safety in western countries.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker (R-Tennessee) is looking to introduce a bill that may cause problems for the White House.
"One thing does not change, the slogan of 'death to Israel' that is scrawled on the missiles."
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Obama warned Republican lawmakers not to "prejudge" the agreement or "try to use a procedural argument essentially to screw up the possibility of a deal."
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
A number of leading US senators remain unswayed following months of intense and controversial Israeli efforts to block a nuclear deal with Iran.
"They always try to slander the state of Israel and undermine its foundation," foreign minister says.
Premier sends condolences to Jordan after murder of pilot by ISIS, warns against 'bad agreement' with Iran.
Army Radio: Possible deal includes understanding whereby Iran would be allowed to keep centrifuges in exchange for maintaining regional stability in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria.
"For us to undermine diplomacy at this critical time for no good reason is a mistake," Obama tells CNN on subject of new Iran sanctions.
Israeli intelligence officials have apparently come around to the same view shared by both the Obama administration as well as American spy agencies.
U.S. President Barack Obama was ready to commute Modanlo's sentence as part of this month's historic and then still-secret prisoner swap with Iran.
With wind at its back because of the newly gained international legitimacy and sanctions removal, Tehran could more aggressively push its sectarian agenda in the region.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
"These actions were highly provocative, unsafe, and unprofessional and call into question Iran's commitment to the security of a waterway vital to international commerce," US official says.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei published a letter of guidelines for President Hassan Rouhani, adding new conditions for Iran’s execution of the nuclear deal.
Rezaian was arrested in July 2014. He was accused of espionage.
A senior Iranian official said the handshake on Monday at the United Nations headquarters "was not preplanned."
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.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Britain has been cast for decades by opponents inside Iran as a perfidious "Old Fox" or "Little Satan" who does the bidding of "Big Satan," the United States.
Rezaian has reportedly developed a litany of health problems resulting from full-day interrogations, months in solitary confinement.
Visit by Qassem Suleimani would constitute a violation of sanctions.
Qassem Suleiman has emerged as a pivotal on-the-ground figure spearheading Iran's broader regional ambitions in the Middle East.
By GIDEON GOREN
Sanctions against two Iranian nuclear scientists, who were reportedly Mossad targets, will be removed in eight years, but the US will continue to punish Quds Force leader Suleimani.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Five consecutive US presidents have approached the Islamic Republic with a policy of containment and distrust. But Tehran says this policy reinforces its founding purpose: To resist an “arrogant” West, and particularly the United States.
Suggestion a deal is being rushed insulting "to the team, and to the secretary and to the president," senior US official says.
The two sides remain divided on such issues as lifting United Nations sanctions and on research and development using advanced centrifuges.
Amad Khatami claims if nuclear deal does not pass, Obama will fall into crisis.
Iranian Admiral: "The Americans have realized today that if they embark on war they will sustain defeat, given the Islamic Revolution's capabilities."
Pentagon: No US citizens aboard Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship at which Iran fired shots.
"They created the myth of nuclear weapons so they could say the Islamic Republic is a source of threat. No, the source of threat is America itself."
Addressing worshipers in Tehran, Iranian leaders decried Saudi Arabia's "blood bath" in Yemen and warned the US of deceitful behavior in negotiations over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
Israel's diplomatic efforts to keep Russia from selling the air defense system to Iran have failed to keep Moscow from worrying about its own interests.
Officials in the administration are said to be ramping up their efforts for congressional support before a March 31 deadline.
While all sides agree they have been inching closer to a deal, there are major disagreements that have prevented a resolution.
Iran may be serious about a nuclear deal that ends its pariah status and the crippling sanctions. But it has been maximizing its strength across the Middle East.
Steinitz, in France to influence Iran deal, says until agreement is completed "we will point to specific loopholes and difficulties."
Bill requires Obama to submit any nuclear agreement with Iran for Congress' approval.
Obama says nuclear deal a reasonable, if fleeting opportunity for peace, in message to the Iranian people marking the Persian new year.
"Post March 24 and absent an agreement, there is no mechanism left to further delay the legislative process from moving forward."
There are fears that the case could harm relations between the two countries if the US were to provide information while Israel refused.
Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi's selection comes in light of reports that Ayatollah Khameini was hospitalized in critical condition.
The Middle East has become the world's largest regional market for weapons amid turmoil as Russia faces sales dip due to sanctions.
Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said that there is a site hidden north east of Tehran.
Araqchi said that Iran would not succumb to pressure and agree to a deal that would not be a "win win situation" in the interest of both sides.
US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and Iran's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi spent most of the day separately negotiating technical details of curbing Iran's nuclear program
UN watchdog says Iran has refrained from expanding tests of more efficient models of a machine used to refine uranium under a nuclear agreement with six world powers.
"The enemy is using the lever of sanctions to the hilt and their goal is to stop our people's progress," Khamenei said in a public speech in Tehran carried by the official IRNA news agency.
Tehran's foreign minister warns Kerry that outcome of nuclear agreement will affect Rouhani's presidency.
“In certain cases there were a lot of gaps and differences of opinion, but the differences have narrowed at the moment,” Rouhani told Iranian reporters on Tuesday.
Revolutionary Guards Brig. Gen. Amir-Ali Hajizadeh told Press TV that Iran has been exporting missile technology.
Netanyahu's apprehensions about a bad agreement are unfounded, since it doesn't appear that Washington is showing signs of capitulating, at least not at this stage.
Top diplomats from old adversaries strolling together in a foreign land provoked an outcry among Iranian hard-liners deeply wary of rapprochement with the "Great Satan".
Writing for the online Politico newsmagazine, Ross argues that American allies in the region are growing more apprehensive over what they see as growing Iranian influence in the region.
Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the second-in-command in the Revolutionary Guards, told Iranian state media on Thursday that his troops are capable of firing Shahab-3 missiles on Israel.
In a joint news conference, Obama and Cameron urged US lawmakers to hold off on any legislation calling for further sanctions; the leaders vowed to take on 'poisonous ideology' of radical Islam
By MICHAEL WILNER,REUTERS
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif engaged in "substantive meetings" on Wednesday, the State Department said.
Tehran “condemns extremism, violence, and terrorism whether in Palestine, Lebanon and the Levant or in Paris and the United States.”
Despite the risk, Tehran's residents are still partaking in the age-old fun of dancing.
By HAGAI LAP
US officials offer a glimpse into what negotiations in Vienna really look like.
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin has lived in Israel since 1983 and is the dean of Ohr Torah Educational Institutions as well as chief rabbi of Efrat.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The ayatollahs see Obama as a supplicant, not a superpower. They understand this, alas correctly, as license to run wild
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Netanyahu’s battle has opened up deep divisions within the Jewish community that could take years to heal, if that.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Behind all the acrimony and hyperbole is an actual deal with Iran: the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
By SHAI FRANKLIN
Kerry insists he was not 'bamboozled' by his Iranian counterparts during negotiations.
By RUTHIE BLUM
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
Iranian society and its civil movement are very vibrant and active.
By MEHDI AMINI
US sanctions specifically allow for the sale of agricultural commodities, food, medicine and medical devices to Iran.
By DAVID IBSEN AND JULIE SHAIN