Kansas City Star
Former Israeli PM calls for US to lead any Iran strike
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- If international efforts to halt Iran's nuclear program fail, any military action against Tehran should be led not by Israel, but by the United States, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said this week.
Olmert: I don't trust Netanyahu on Iran issue
Israeli defense minister talks tough on Iran
Analysis: Could domestic flak shoot down Netanyahu over Iran?
Iran Says US Stealth Deployment Is Harmful
Wall Street Journal
AP TEHRAN, Iran—Iran's defense minister said Monday the deployment of American military stealth fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates will damage regional security, the semiofficial ISNA news agency reported. Gen. Ahmad Vahidi's comments were the ...
Iran: US stealth fighter deployment to UAE harmful
Iran Condemns US F-22 Fighter Deployment to Gulf, Fars Reports
Iran calls F-22 deployment in United Arab Emirates a US-Israeli 'plot'
The Daily Star
Iran hopes for "successful" nuclear talks with UN
VIENNA (Reuters) - An Iranian envoy voiced hope on Monday that talks with the UN nuclear watchdog in mid-May would help resolve "outstanding issues", but he again ruled out any halt to the Islamic state's controversial uranium enrichment program.
Iran hopes IAEA talks will help resolve 'outstanding' issues
Remove sanction, Iran tells West
IMF Pressured to Suspend Iran, Close Central Bank Account
By Indira AR Lakshmanan on April 30, 2012 A prominent New York-based advocacy group that has pressured companies and organizations to halt business with Iran because of its disputed nuclear program is calling on the International Monetary Fund to close ...
The Daily Star
Wary of Iran, Saudis seek progress on Gulf union
By Andrew Hammond | DUBAI (Reuters) - Wary of Iran and regional protest movements, Gulf Arab states are pushing ahead with plans for a political union that would involve joint foreign and defense policies, the Saudi foreign minister said in a speech at ...
Time for GCC to think big
Saudi official urges Gulf unity to confront Iran
Iran opposes presence of foreign forces in Persian Gulf
TEHRAN, April 30 (Xinhua) -- Senior Iranian military commanders said the Islamic republic opposes the presence of foreign forces in the Persian Gulf which undermines regional stability, the English-language satellite Press TV reported Monday.
In Iran's backyard, war games may spark new conflict
Iran to develop biggest joint oil field with Saudi Arabia
Iran seeks regional cooperation for Persian Gulf's security
The Cutting Edge
New Sanctions For Syria And Iran
Voice of America
04-30-2012 New Sanctions For Syria And Iran New sanctions target those who use information and communications technologies to facilitate regimes' human rights abuses. President Barack Obama has announced new sanctions against individuals and entities ...
Helle Dale and Paul Rosenzweig
Iran skeptical but open to US overture on nuclear program
Los Angeles Times
An Iranian Foreign Ministry official says the Obama administration's offer to consider allowing limited uranium enrichment 'would be a good start.' A satellite image shows a suspected uranium enrichment facility under construction in 2009 in Qom, Iran.
HOW TO DEFUSE IRAN ISSUE TOGETHER
'Fatwa' bans Iran's production of nukes?
WASHINGTON – Iranian sources are underscoring a fatwa, or religious edict, made by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declaring the production, stockpiling and use of nuclear weapons to be “haram,” or prohibited in Islam, according to Joseph ...
Jpost poll: Most Israelis support US-led Iran strike
Iran's Oscar-Winner To Screen Film In Support Of Afghan Refugees
Iranian film director Asghar Farhadi is reportedly planning screenings of his Oscar-winning film, "A Separation," to express solidarity with Afghan refugees in Iran. A number of other prominent Iranian filmmakers are also planning expressions of ...