Israel jails anti-Zionist for offering to spy for Iran
A court in Jerusalem has sentenced an Israeli man to four-and-a-half years in prison for offering to spy for Iran. Yitzhak Bergel, 46, pleaded guilty to charges of contacting a foreign agent, intent to commit treason and attempting to aid an enemy of ...
Israeli jailed for attempting to spy for Iran
Haredi man who tried to spy for Iran gets 4.5 years in plea deal
Iran dismisses Barack Obama's claim that sanctions prompted nuclear talks
Iran has said comments in Barack Obama's State of the Union speech about how sanctions linked to its nuclear programme had forced Tehran to the negotiating table were "unrealistic and unconstructive". "The delusion of sanctions having an effect on Iran ...
Nuke inspectors visit Iran uranium mine for 1st time in years
On Iran, compromise is needed
UN Inspectors Visit Uranium Mine in Iran, Media Report
Its Great Lake Shriveled, Iran Confronts Crisis of Water Supply
New York Times
LAKE URMIA, Iran — After driving for 15 minutes over the bottom of what was once Iran's largest lake, a local environmental official stepped out of his truck, pushed his hands deep into his pockets and silently wandered into the great dry plain, as if ...
Austria aggressively moves to boost trade with Iran
Austria's ambassador to Tehran, and the vice president of the country's chamber of commerce, have expressed sharp criticism of tough sanctions targeting Iran's nuclear program. However, the Austrian Foreign Ministry rejected on Tuesday Iranian news ...
Israel's Netanyahu says Iran nuclear program delayed six weeks by deal
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Tuesday that Iran's nuclear program would only be set back six weeks as a result of its interim agreement with the international community, adding that "internal disagreements" within the Iranian regime ...
Global "Elders" Urge Iran to Build on Nuclear Deal
Tehran: We won't dismantle any portion of our nuclear program
Interim nuclear deal allows Iran to continue centrifuge research
Senate Democrats Back Off Iran Sanctions Vote
WASHINGTON -- A controversial Iran sanctions bill is losing steam in the Senate, where at least three of its own Democratic cosponsors are warning that pushing the legislation now could thwart delicate international negotiations. "Now is not the time ...
The Times of Israel
With Iran, Israel, Kerry is master of the interim deal
He has tackled two of the world's toughest issues — the Iranian nuclear program and the Israeli-Palestinian problem — and has fashioned tentative formulas outlining the shape of a final accord, even though the parties are far from such comprehensive ...
Fatah official: PA hopes to renew ties with Iran
Iran Intends to Invite Palestinian President Abbas to Visit Tehran
Palestinian official visits Iran to improve ties
Washington Post (blog)
It's Howard Dean vs. Obama on Iran
Washington Post (blog)
Former Vermont governor Howard Dean surprised and delighted critics of President Obama's Iran policy with the most cogent and forceful criticism of the interim deal from any Democrat to date. Speaking before a controversial anti-mullah group, he bashed ...
Howard Dean Opposes Iran Nuclear Deal
Howard Dean: Obama Must Push Human Rights Issues With Iran
Howard Dean Now More Right-Wing on Iran than Obama
Why Iran Is Courting BP And ExxonMobil
As it attempts to reap the benefits of easing international sanctions, Iran is wooing western oil companies in hopes of luring them back to the country. The potential suitors on Iran's list include Shell, Exxon Mobil Exxon Mobil, ConocoPhillips ...
Iran and Diplomacy vs. Engagement
National Review Online (blog)
A few days later, he published a piece attacking as hypocrites and warmongers those Republican and Democratic congressmen favoring a bill that would tee up additional sanctions on Iran should negotiations fail. To support his case, Peter assigned “two ...