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Bennett and Lapid to US: Don’t abandon allies for promises from terrorists

“The fight against terrorism is a global one, a shared mission of the entire world," they said. IRGC's proxies are behind attacks across the region.

Lifting sanctions on Iran will finance terror against Israel - interview with Rep. Torres

“If we lift the sanctions, how are those dollars likely to be spent?" US Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-NY) said in an interview.

US: Possible deal with Iran is close

“We have made significant progress, we are close to a possible deal, but we’re not there yet,” said State Department Spokesperson Ned Price.

  Democratic New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer speaks at the Jerusalem Post 10th Annual Conference

Bipartisan group of House members expresses concerns about nuclear deal

“The only approach that has a prayer of working is maximum pressure,” Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) told the Post.

NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL head Meir Ben-Shabbat attends a state audit committee meeting at the Kness

Meir Ben Shabbat to ‘Post’: Moderate Sunni Arabs see nuke deal as US bowing to Iran

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has increased Iran's desire for nuclear weapons.

Iran played by Russia as Moscow tries to take over nuclear deal - analysis

The Kremlin has been using Iran as a nuclear blackmail piggy bank against the US and the West.

Russia exploiting Iran talks to ease sanctions - analysis

In Iran’s view, Russia has supposedly been on its side at the negotiations in Vienna • Now Moscow may be exploiting the hold it has over Iran to squeeze more things out of the deal for itself.

‘Iran got much more than it expected’ in nuclear talks, Russian envoy says

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said a potential nuclear deal with Iran was still close, but cautioned that "a couple of very challenging remaining issues" were still unresolved.


Iran appears ready to swap prisoners with US as talks approach 'finish line'

A prisoner swap between Iran and the United States is expected soon as talks on a new deal with Iran enter the homestretch.


Challenging Iran’s struggle for power in Yemen

The battle has flowed this way and that over the past seven years, but the Houthis, who heavily depend on Iranian support, have gained more than they have lost.

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