iran nuclear threat

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S.,
Yisrael Beytenu welcomes Pelosi's position on Iran nuclear program

MK Avidar: Yisrael Beytenu supports military action to prevent Iran developing nuclear weapons.

Steinitz: Iran is playing the Europeans as 'suckers'

Pence: Tehran should not confuse restraint with a lack of resolve

Missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Iran
Iranian MP to propose bill banning nuclear weapons

In December, Iran's Guardian Council pressed charges against MP Mahmoud Sadeghi after he accused the council of "financial corruption."

Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon addresses the Security Council.
Danon to UNSC: Act against Iran's nuclear threat

“Iran has become the main supplier of ballistic missile technologies to Lebanon, Yemen, Syria and Iraq, while providing these capabilities to non-state actors and terrorist operatives.”

AN IRANIAN ballistic missile on display in Tehran.
Nearly all of Iran's advanced nuke centrifuges failing, top expert reveals

David Albright is as concerned as ever about Tehran plotting to obtain a nuclear bomb and emphasizes the need for Israel and the West to stand watch.

Atomic Chief: 'Iran could enrich uranium up to 20 percent within 4 days'

Salehi did not elaborate on his remark about stockpiles. Iran's reserve of 20 percent enriched uranium was downblended, shipped abroad or turned into fuel plates for a research reactor after deal.

Iranian surface to surface missile [file]
Will Iraqi territory be used to fire rockets on Israel from Iran?

Iraq’s desire not to alienate the US and avoid a superfluous confrontation with Israel would not be the decisive factor.

THE PAINTING ‘David Giving Thanks to God After the Death of Goliath’ by Charles Errard.
Enemies of Israel pay the price

Let us run, with Israel, toward this band of giants who share not just the attitude of the Goliath of old, but also the same errors in judgment.

Iran test fires a Fajr-3 missile [file photo]
Analysis: Iran’s nuke moves are more bark than bite... so far

There is perhaps no loaded gun on the table yet, but with these threats Iran is at least placing a gun on the table and showing off its large collection of bullets.

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