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Jewish Group Praises Trump Administration For ‘Strong Stand’ Against Iran

TEL AVIV – On the eve of Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, a U.S. Jewish human rights NGO has praised the Trump administration for taking the Iranian threat against the Jews and the Jewish state seriously as opposed to the Obama administration, which based its policy on “wishful thinking.”

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Netanyahu: Peace Will Come from Working with Arab Partners

JERUSALEM – Working with Arab nations is the key to peace with the Palestinians, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the White House press conference Wednesday, while President Donald Trump concurred, calling the idea “terrific.”

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Iran Arrests A Dozen Nuclear Deal Negotiaters For Spying

TEL AVIV – At least a dozen senior Iranian officials who were part of negotiations for the U.S.-led nuclear deal were arrested by the Islamic Republic on espionage charges, an Iranian lawmaker said.

Demonstrators pose behind fake prison bars as Iranian opposition protesters march during a rally to protest against executions in Iran. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is in France for a two-day official visit, in Paris, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. Rouhani's visit to Paris is focused on renewing trade ties, but France …

EXCLUSIVE – Syrian Opposition Figure: ‘Shi’ite’ Obama Aiding Iran’s Rise

JAFFA – President Barack Obama is responsible for the death of a million people in Syria and Iraq, and were it not for Israel’s existence, Iran – buoyed by U.S. policies – would have destroyed the entire Middle East, Syrian opposition figure Issam Zeitoun told Breitbart Jerusalem in an exclusive interview.

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Kaine Refused To Sign Letter Urging Robust U.S. Military Aid To Israel

TEL AVIV – In another seemingly antagonistic move towards Israel, Hillary Clinton’s pick for running mate Sen. Tim Kaine was revealed to be one of only 17 senators not to sign a letter urging President Barack Obama in April to increase the U.S. military aid package.

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Dennis Ross: Mideast Choosing Putin Over ‘Weak’ Obama

TEL AVIV – In an oped published on Politico, former Middle East adviser to President Barack Obama, Dennis Ross, declared that Israel and Arab countries are increasingly turning to Russia because the United States is seen as “weak” and Middle Eastern leaders have “given up” on Obama.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with US President Barack Obama on the sidelines of the UN conference on climate change - COP21, on November 30, 2015 at Le Bourget, on the outskirts of the French capital Paris.

Iran’s Supreme Leader: U.S. Still Hostile, Even After Nuclear Deal

Despite numerous concessions and a historic treaty that will almost guarantee a pathway to acquiring a nuclear bomb, the Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei says the U.S. is still fundamentally hostile towards his nation and has warned Iranians not to trust their old enemy, “the Great Satan.”

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Iran Seizes Two U.S. Navy Vessels, 10 American Sailors

The Islamic Republic of Iran seized two U.S. Navy vessels while they were navigating the Persian Gulf on Tuesday, detaining the ships and ten American sailors near Iran’s Farsi Island, the Pentagon said.

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Ed Royce Slams Obama’s ‘Naivete’ as Iran Deal Takes Effect

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) issued a statement on “Adoption Day” of the Iran deal this Sunday, claiming that the Obama Administration “is looking more naive by the day” in its faith that the Iranian regime will live up to its end of the bargain when considering their activity over the last three months–let alone 35 years.

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Iranian Parliament Passes Bill Approving Nuclear Deal

(Reuters) Iran’s parliament passed a bill on Tuesday supporting a nuclear deal with world powers, signaling a victory for the government over conservative opponents of the agreement and clearing the way for it to be implemented.

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