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Israel Mulls Military Option Against Iran

A senior Israeli official told the media on Monday that Jerusalem is still considering military action against the Islamic Republic of Iran as a feasible option, regardless of Tehran’s ongoing nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 world powers.


White House Doubles Down in Defense of Obama Adviser with Pro-Tehran Ties

A just-retired White House National Security Council (NSC) director has written a defense of the Obama administration’s NSC Director for Iran, Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, whom Breitbart News found has previously worked for an alleged pro-Iranian regime lobbying group, the National Iranian American Council (NIAC).

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WaPo on Iranian Lobby-Linked NSC Director: Nothing To See Here!

The Washington Post has taken to investigating a Breitbart report that established President Obama’s National Security Director for Iran, Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, was previously an employee at the alleged pro-Iranian regime lobbying group NIAC (National Iranian American Council).

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Obama Adviser on Iran Worked for Pro-Regime Lobby

The White House released a list of its high-ranking officials who took part in a video conference with President Obama late Tuesday. Among them appears Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, who apparently has formerly worked for the National Iranian-American Council.


Netanyahu: Nuke Deal A ‘Reward For Iran’s Aggression’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has come out and blasted the impending nuclear deal between the P5+1 world powers and the Iranian regime, calling the accord a historically bad agreement that lets Iran race towards nuclear weapons development.

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White House Says Iran Deal 50/50 as Negotiations Enter Deadlines Stage

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Tuesday that the chances of securing a nuclear deal with Iran are currently 50/50 “at best,” as the P5+1 negotiators have until March 31 to agree to a basic framework, and then July 1 to sign off on a complete deal.

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Saudi Columnists: Bibi Right, Obama Wrong about Iran

Following Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Tuesday address to a joint session of Congress, where he warned about the grave threats to the world posed by a potentially-nuclear Iran, the Jewish leader has received surprising support from a group of popular Saudi columnists.



WASHINGTON, D.C.—The audience at Susan Rice’s Monday night speech at AIPAC’s (America-Israel Public Affairs Committee) 2015 Policy Conference expressed open displeasure with the Obama administration’s policies towards Iran—not by booing the National Security Advisor—but by applauding in approval of policies she disagreed with.


AIPAC: Experts Warn Iran Could Cause Middle East to Go Nuclear

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hundreds were in attendance to watch a distinguished panel of experts who convened on Sunday at the annual AIPAC (America-Israel Public Affairs Committee) policy conference to discuss, “Trouble in Tehran: Analyzing Iran’s Nuclear Program.”


Gov Jindal: Nuclear Iran Could Be Obama’s Most ‘Dangerous Legacy’

Friday on Newsmax TV’s “Midpoint,” Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) said he was deeply concerned about President Barack Obama’s ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran saying, “I worry he wants a bad deal greater than no deal.” Jindal said, “This president has


Obama Deal to Let Iran Go Nuclear

Obama, as his critics have suggested for years, is perfectly willing to let Iran go nuclear, so long as he delays that eventuality for a short duration.


AP: White House Brainstorms How Best to Hurt Netanyahu, AIPAC

In what is becoming an increasingly nasty grudge match, the White House is mulling ways to undercut Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming trip to Washington and blunt his message that a potential nuclear deal with Iran is bad for Israel and the world.

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Report: U.S. Prepared To Rely Upon Iran For Regional Stability In Afghanistan, Iraq & Syria

European officials have reportedly relayed a message to Israeli officials about the Obama administration’s plans concerning the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran. The U.S. and Iran are reportedly closing in on a deal that would allow the Ayatollah’s regime to keep the vast majority of its centrifuges running, while also allowing for Iran to be in charge of stabilizing its surrounding region.