Israel-Iran relations

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu brief the media after bilateral talks at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany. A day before German chancellor Angela Merkel and nearly her entire Cabinet arrive in Israel, her foreign minister published an op-ed in an Israeli newspaper Sunday encouraging Israel …

Netanyahu to European Leaders: Stop Funding Iran

TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday urged European leaders to stop funding Iran, which he called a “sponsor of terrorism,” and slammed the  four remaining partners in the nuclear deal for inviting Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to meet with them while an Iranian terror plot was unfolding in France.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken to Twitter and delivered a message directly to the Iranian people who have taken to Tehran's streets in the past 48-hours demanding change.

Netanyahu Urges Iranians to Score a Goal with Israel

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has taken to Twitter and delivered a message directly to the Iranian people who have taken to Tehran’s streets in the past 48-hours demanding change.

Iranians gather next to a replica of a Ghadr medium-range ballistic missile during a demonstration outside the former US embassy in the Iranian capital Tehran on November 4, 2017

Netanyahu: Israel Will Not Allow Iran to Get Nukes

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday reiterated Israel’s position that it will never allow archenemy Iran to acquire nuclear weapons, as US President Donald Trump’s deadline for further Iranian concessions edged closer.

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Netanyahu: Israel Will Not Tolerate an Iranian Presence on Our Borders

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the main message of his upcoming speech at the United Nations for the annual gathering of world leaders at the 72nd session of the General Assembly would be that Israel would not tolerate an Iranian presence on its northern border with Syria, now in its seventh year of a brutal civil war.

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Russia: Israeli Security Needs Accounted For in Syria Ceasefire Deal

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday that a ceasefire deal in southern Syria brokered by Washington and Moscow took into consideration Israel’s security needs, despite Israeli concerns that it will enable an increased Iranian presence on Israel’s northern border.

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Iranian Commander: We Can Destroy Israel ‘In Under 8 Minutes’

A senior Iranian military commander boasted that the Islamic Republic could “raze the Zionist regime in less than eight minutes.” Ahmad Karimpour, a senior adviser to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ elite unit al-Quds Force, said if Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei gave the order to destroy Israel, the Iranian military had the capacity to do so quickly.

An Israeli F-16I jet is seen after landing during a display for foreign media at the Ramon air force base in the Negev Desert, southern Israel, on October 21, 2013.

Ex-IAF General: Israel Capable Of Destroying Iran’s Nuclear Program

TEL AVIV – The IDF is capable of destroying Iran’s nuclear facilities with a preemptive strike, the head of the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) said on Saturday. “The Israeli Air Force can meet the challenge of destroying Iran’s nuclear reactors

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Iran Seen Escaping UN Sanctions Over Missiles Due To Ambiguous Resolution

Iran will likely escape new United Nations sanctions, though the U.N. Security Council could issue a public reprimand for recent launches of what Western officials described as ballistic missiles capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, diplomats said. Council diplomats said

Iranian banks have started to be reconnected to the international payments system SWIFT, allowing the resumption of foreign transfers

U.S. Court: Iran Must Pay $9.4m To American Victims Of Terror

TEL AVIV – A landmark U.S. appeals court verdict found that Iran must pay almost $9.4 million to victims of a 1997 triple suicide bombing in Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Post reported. The Ninth Circuit Appellate Court found for the victims on Friday. Led by

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a press conference with Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev (not pictured) to deliver statements before their meeting on October 23, 2012 in Jerusalem,

WATCH: Netanyahu – Nuclear Deal Hasn’t Stopped Iran’s Terror Support

The Jerusalem Post reports: Post-nuclear-agreement Iran offers financial rewards for terrorism, something that the world must firmly condemn, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday. Netanyahu, before meeting with visiting Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, said that terrorism does not happen

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Israel Warms to Sunni Powers, Questions U.S.’ Palestinian Focus

Fox News reports: While the U.S. is pressing Israel to make peace with Palestinian leaders, it is missing the much bigger story of the Jewish State improving relations with several Muslim nations in the Middle East, according to a top Israeli

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New Mossad Head: Iran Remains Israel’s Most Significant Challenge

Iran continues to be Israel’s ’s primary and most significant challenge despite, even because of, the nuclear deal it signed with the world powers, new Mossad head Yossi Cohen (pictured right) said on Wednesday. Cohen’s comments came at a ceremony, attended