"We'll know pretty soon if the efforts [in returning to the deal] have been successful," the source told 'Le Figaro'.
Iran's Tasnim News reported that the operation will take place as if it were a "real battle."
"It's a red light for all of us, which warns against Netanyahu's over-dependence on President Trump and the sharp turnarounds in [Trump's] stances," Barak claimed.
Israel's intelligence agency reveals details of Hebron man's effort to create a local terror cell, via South African-based hub.
Netanyahu has made four small videos addressing the Iranian people over the last three months.
"The countdown to the annihilation of the Zionist regime has begun."
A "mad dog" strategy might work for the US and Israel, but it could also backfire against both countries with potentially egregious human costs.
"Injurious measures against the nuclear agreement have reached such a point that there is no way left for Iran but to counteract," Ali Larijani says.
On this episode, Trita Parsi, the president of the National Iranian American Council and Washington Post reporter Ruth Eglash join us.
Rafsanjani: At the time that we started, we were at war and we were looking to have this capability [the nuclear bomb] for the day that our enemy would want to resort to the nuclear bomb.