'Iran could accelerate nuclear program if Israel attacked'
By YAAKOV LAPPIN Former IDF Intelligence head Gazit tells 'Post' he agrees with Diskin that attack wouldn't destroy Iran's program, and could even accelerate it, while enabling the Islamic Republic to legitimize efforts diplomatically.
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No Softening on Iran: Israeli Defense Minister
Voice of America
May 01, 2012 No Softening on Iran: Israeli Defense Minister Scott Bobb | Jerusalem Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak is maintaining the government's hard line against Iran's nuclear program, saying Israel will not be duped by negotiations, ...
Israeli defense minister talks tough on Iran
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Israeli Defense Minister Keeps All Options Open on Iran
Obama tightens penalties on Iran, Syria regimes
Updated at 4:31 pm ET (AP) WASHINGTON - President Obama is tightening penalties on foreign entities and individuals who try to evade sanctions on Iran and Syria. Mr. Obama authorized the penalties in an executive order signed Tuesday.
Obama tightens penalties on Iran, Syria
White House Targets Iran, Syria Sanctions Evaders
White House expands reach of sanctions on Syria, Iran
Group Seeks Suspension of Iran From IMF
New York Times
An American advocacy group that has successfully pushed to isolate Iran economically through sanctions and business boycotts opened a new front in that effort on Tuesday, seeking to pressure the International Monetary Fund to withdraw all its holdings ...
UANI Calls on IMF to Cease its Business with Iran's Central Bank
IMF snubs pressures to suspend Iran
IMF rejects call to cut ties with Iran
New York Times
A Tiny Island Is Where Iran Makes a Stand
New York Times
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his reactionary agenda tend to be unpopular among the urban middle classes, but he is enjoying a rare surge of support even in those inhospitable quarters in the growing dispute with Iran's Persian Gulf neighbors ...
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Gulf States Hold War Games as Tensions With Iran Mount
Iran: US stealth fighter deployment to UAE harmful
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's defense minister said Monday that 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 ...
Iran says US F-22 Raptors' deployment in UAE against regional security
Israel vs. Iran war off, for the moment, maybe
This week, the New York Times reported some very good news: that the war Israel and Iran — and, maybe, the US and the rest of the world — seemed hurtling inexorably toward for the past year may not be so inevitable after all. “A series of factors ...
Rubio talks Iran, oil during Bay visit // PHOTOS
The News Herald
But, he touched on a host of other subjects, including potential Iranian dominance in the Middle East, military cutbacks, regulation of Medicare, illegal immigration and the RESTORE Act during a visit at the Wyndham Bay Point Resort.
India insurance cos to give $50 mln cover for Iran oil buy-Exec
NEW DELHI May 1 (Reuters) - Indian state-run insurers have agreed to give limited cover to local ships for carrying Iranian oil, helping the energy-hungry country import reduced volumes from sanctions-hit Tehran from July, a Shipping Corp of India ...
India to cover for Iran oil buy
China to guarantee Iran oil tankers safe passage
Country diversifies oil sources
Iran admits expanded cyberattacks, claims it's identified hackers
By Gregg Keizer Computerworld - The Iranian government acknowledged today that authorities have found evidence of recent cyberattacks against several agencies, according to reports by state-sponsored media outlets. A week ago, the country's oil ...