Panetta concerned Israel months from striking Iran
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is expressing new concerns about Iran's underground nuclear program, this time telling Washington Post columnist David Ignatius he's worried Israel may decide to attack it as early as this spring.
Panetta believes Israel may strike Iran this spring: reports
US officials concerned by Israel statements on Iran threat, possible strike
Panetta story sparks Israel-Iran speculation
Christian Science Monitor
West making case to Israel: Don't attack Iran
WASHINGTON – Israel's major allies in the West are working hard to talk it out of a unilateral military strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, arguing forcefully that an attack ultimately would strengthen, not weaken, the regime in Tehran.
Iran Blocks UN Nuclear Inspectors
Barak: If sanctions fail, Iran must be hit
US: Iran Keeping Open Option to Develop Nuclear Weapons
Atlanta Journal Constitution
China intensifies criticism of sanctions on Iran
BEIJING (Reuters) - A top Chinese newspaper stepped up Beijing's opposition to a Western push for tighter sanctions against Iran, warning Friday that tensions over Tehran's nuclear program are hurting energy markets and could stifle the global economic ...
China criticizes Iran sanctions as Merkel visits
Shin Bet chief: Iran trying to hit Israeli targets in response to attacks on ...
Yoram Cohen tells audience at a closed forum in Tel Aviv that Iran's Revolutionary Guards are working tirelessly to attack Israeli targets abroad in order to deter Israel. Iran is trying to strike Israeli targets around the world in a bid to stop the ...
Iran warns world of coming great event
By Reza Kahlili Amid crippling sanctions over its nuclear weapons program, Iran is continuing to prepare itself for war against the West, and now is warning of a coming great event. “In light of the realization of the divine promise by almighty God, ...
Effort to Rebrand Arab Spring Backfires in Iran
Revolutionary art: Iran murals gallery of defiance
There is more to Iran than meets the eye
Iran, in the meanwhile, has been in the news because of its nuclear program, which it claims is for peaceful civilian purposes and not for developing nuclear weapons, but the West will have none of it. To all intents and purposes, the Syrian crisis ...
India moving towards US position on Iran: Report
Stranded grain ships diverting from Iran ports
Senators aim to deny SPR oil to firms over Iran trade
NYPD eyed Shiites based on religion, document shows
NEW YORK – In the spring of 2006, as relations worsened between the United States and Iran, the New York Police Department worried about what might happen if the two countries went to war. Would Iranian proxies attack inside the US?
Document shows NYPD eyed Shiites based on religion
NY police document: Focus on Shiite mosques
Fars News Agency
US Says Syria's Assad Turns to Iran to Keep Power
Voice of America
February 02, 2012 US Says Syria's Assad Turns to Iran to Keep Power Scott Stearns | State Department US officials say Iran is increasingly active in backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's campaign of violence against his own people.
Iran Praises President Assad's Reforms in Syria
Iran Foreign Minister cautions against hasty moves on Syria
Syria: It's not just about freedom
Iran-Turkey Ties Under Strain From Mideast Sunni-Shiite Divide
3 (Bloomberg) -- Turkey's ties with Iran are under growing strain as the countries split on sectarian lines over Middle East conflicts, depriving the Islamic republic of an ally against western nuclear pressure. Turkey hosts opposition groups seeking ...
Diplomatic spat between Iraq and Turkey turns focus on Syria, Iran
New York Times
Intelligence Report Lists Iran and Cyberattacks as Leading Concerns
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Some senior Iranian leaders are now more willing to carry out attacks inside the United States in response to perceived American threats against their country, the Obama administration's top intelligence official said on Tuesday, ...
Nearing a decision on Iran
Spy agencies: Iran willing to attack US soil
Feinstein offers peek at US-Israeli talks on Iran