Will Rouhani's outreach to Obama kill off 'Death to America' in Iran?
TEHRAN -- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's phone conversation with Barack Obama has sparked a new debate: Is the popular "Death to America" chant now outdated? The phrase has been commonly heard in Iran since the early days of the Islamic ...
Most Israelis would support striking Iran alone
Netanyahu to Meet With European Leaders on Iranian Nuclear Talks
Iran Wants Sanctions Relief Amid New Nuclear Talks
Iran says nuclear fatwa exists; others don't buy it
Iran says its supreme leader's letters and speeches denouncing nuclear weapons count as religious edicts, or fatwas, prohibiting their use and stockpiles and backing up a claim of the White House. But a Washington-based research group says the ...
Iran Frees Another Reformer, but Netanyahu Warns Iranians, in Persian, Not to ...
New York Times (blog)
As Iran released another political prisoner on Thursday, Israel's prime minister slipped into Persian to suggest that only “sadeloh,” or “dupes,” would be fooled by recent diplomatic overtures from the clerical government in Tehran. The release of the ...
Head of Iran's cyber warfare program found shot dead in a wooded area outside ...
The head of Iran's cyber warfare program has been shot dead, provoking further accusations that outside powers are carrying out targeted assassinations of key figures in the country's security apparatus. Mojtaba Ahmadi, who served as commander of the ...
Did Someone Just Kill The Head Of Iran's Cyber Warfare Program?
Report: Iran's cyberwar commander assassinated
Iran's Revolutionary Guards probe officer's death
New York Times
US and Israel Share a Goal in Iran Talks, but Not a Strategy
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Fearing that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on the verge of ordering an airstrike on Iran's nuclear plants, President Obama sent two emissaries here almost exactly a year ago to stop him. Warning that the White House could not ...
White House: Iran sanctions office hurt by shutdown
Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control, which is tasked with enforcing sanctions against Iran and Syria, is woefully understaffed as all but a few of the office's employees have been furloughed as a result of the shutdown, according to the White ...
White House: Shutdown hinders enforcement of Iran, Syria sanctions
White House: Iran sanctions at risk amid budget stalemate
Shutdown Hinders Iran, Syria Sanctions Enforcement, Treasury Official Says
The National Interest Online
America Mustn't Be Naïve About Iran
New York Times
But enforcing America's “red line” in Syria is only a prelude to dealing with the thicker, redder line around Iran's nuclear program. Last week's charm offensive by Iran's new president, Hassan Rouhani, and his seeming show of flexibility augurs well ...
Uneasy Gulf states weigh US-Iran overtures
Saudis Stung by Obama Iran Initiative
Report: Israel eyes anti-Iran security pact with gulf states
Why did Rouhani tout Iran's nuclear program after returning from US?
But alongside this resolution of support, voices of dissent were also heard from parliament especially with regard to Rouhani's telephone conversation with Obama. Speaker of the Iranian parliament Ali Larijiani for example hailed Rouhani's diplomacy ...
Netanyahu to BBC Persian: Iran's nukes will spell slavery for Iranian people
"If the Iranian regime gets nukes, the Iranian people will never be freed from tyranny and will live in slavery forever," he said in his first interview to a Persian-language television channel, which broadcasts to around 12 million people every week ...
Netanyahu Finds Opposing Iran Charm Hard in Distracted US
Benjamin Netanyahu came to the U.S. to challenge what he called a “charm offensive” by Iran. The Israeli prime minister hasn't found it easy getting his counterattack to resonate in a country preoccupied by domestic concerns and wary of foreign ...