Following a 2 year hiatus, the Israel Air Force resumes intensive training exercises in preparation for a possible preemptive attack on Iranian nuclear program installations.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
The Israeli Air Force has resumed training for a possible attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities after two years in which no such training had taken place, Channel 12 News reported.
IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi has even ordered a significant budget be used to facilitate the training exercises.
IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi – Photo: IDF Spokesperson’s Unit
The resumption of training for a possible attack on Iran is taking place against the background of American attempts to resume talks with the Iranians on a nuclear agreement. Continue Reading »
Still depending on unnamed sources, the New York Times blames Israel for planting a powerful explosive device in a warehouse where Iranian state researchers worked on advanced nuclear centrifuges, destroying the facility.
By i24NEWS, Associated Press
Israel was behind Thursday’s bomb attack on the Iranian Natanz uranium enrichment facility, the New York Times reported Sunday.
The newspaper cited a Middle Eastern intelligence official as saying that Israel was able to plant a powerful explosive in a warehouse where researchers worked on advanced centrifuges.
The NYT also cited a member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps with knowledge on the matter as confirming that Iranian investigators established that the blast had been caused by a bomb. Continue Reading »
Having been successful already once, PM Netanyahu says Israel has found and exposed to the IAEA yet another secret nuclear facility in Iran, and calls on the international community to publicly expose Iran’s nefarious deceptions.
By Gary Willig
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced that the International Atomic Energy Agency had found undeclared stores of uranium in a live address Monday evening.
The prime minister’s address follows the launching of missiles at Israel by Iranian-backed militias in Syria and the announcement of the IAEA that Iran has violated the terms of the 2015 nuclear agreement by installing advanced centrifuges to enable it to increase the enrichment level of its uranium stocks. Continue Reading »
Refusing to accept Israel’s intel evaluation, the IAEA responded saying, “All information obtained, including from third parties [Israel], is subject to rigorous review and assessed together with other [Iran’s] available information.”
WATCH: Israel’s PM Netanyahu exposes Iranian fraud to UN General Assembly.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call to inspect Iran’s nuclear program, the International Atomic Energy Agency fired back in a statement on Tuesday, saying that they use all relevant information available and do not take any information at face value.
“All information obtained, including from third parties, is subject to rigorous review and assessed together with other available information to arrive at an independent assessment based on the Agency’s own expertise,” the statement said. Continue Reading »
Satellite images shows parking lots full, an opened gate to the plant’s uranium enrichment tunnels, new building construction and recently, numerous buses parked at the facility.
Israeli satellite company iSi released several photos on Thursday indicating ‘unusual activity’ at a nuclear research facility in Iran from April 29, following weeks of speculation that US President Donald Trump might decide to leave the nuclear deal.
Satellite images reveal ‘unusual activity’ at Iran nuclear research facility. – Photo: iSi
The satellite images show a number of activities at the Fordow nuclear research plant that haven’t been detected in recent months, such as a large presence of buses and vehicles, as well as new large buildings which iSi believe are for R&D (research and development) and assembly. Continue Reading »
British, German and French gov’t officials & intelligence experts are expected to arrive in Israel shortly to study the seized Iranian nuclear program documents that the Mossad smuggled out of Iran.
• U.N. atomic agency declines to address issue directly.
By Eldad Beck, News Agencies and Israel Hayom Staff
Senior European officials said Tuesday that the new information Israel has revealed on Iran’s nuclear aspirations could impact the ongoing talks to revise the 2015 deal ahead of the May 12 deadline set by the United States.
In January, U.S. President Donald Trump gave France, Germany and Britain three months to revise what he has called “disastrous flaws” in the accord, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Continue Reading »
US leaked offering Shahram Amiri, who was subsequently hanged in Iran, millions of dollars for intel on Iran’s secrete nuclear program during Clinton’s term as Sec of State, but may have been ‘left out in the cold’, forcing him to return to Iran penniless, and to a noose.
By The Associated Press
Iran confirmed on Sunday that it has executed an Iranian nuclear scientist who gave the US intelligence about the country’s contested nuclear program.
The official IRNA news agency quoted a spokesman for Iran’s judiciary, Gholamhosein Mohseni Ejehi, confirming the execution of Shahram Amiri, an Iranian nuclear scientist caught up in a real-life US spy mystery who later returned to his home country and disappeared. Continue Reading »
GOP Rep from Texas said PM Netanyahu’s warnings over the current deal with Iran may prove to be ‘invaluable’ in preventing a bad deal “for the world.”
In his speech to Congress Tuesday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu invoked the Purim story to warn America of the threats posed by modern-day Persian tyrants in Iran.
Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert – Arutz7 Screenshot
Speaking to Arutz Sheva, Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert (TX-01) said he felt the comparison was a fitting one – and that Netanyahu was in his view fulfilling the role of the Jewish Queen Esther in exposing the threat posed by Iran not just to the Jewish people, but to the entire world. Continue Reading »
Addressing the Conference of Presidents in Jerusalem, PM Netanyahu slams nuclear talks with Iran, saying they will lead nowhere, and repeated his calls for Palestinian recognition of Jewish Israel.
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Monday evening the recent international wave of boycotts against Israel, focusing especially on the European boycotters.
“There is a new campaign against us. [People] think the boycotts will hurt us. Continue Reading »
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a joint press conference with his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper (unseen) following their meeting in Jerusalem, on January 21, 2014 – Photo: Menahem Kahana/AFP
Congressman Trent Franks outraged over White House’s ‘adversarial’ stance towards Israel, says this administration has become Iran’s ‘lobbyist’.
The United States has become ‘almost adversarial’ towards Israel under the Obama administration, according to Congressman Trent Franks (R-AZ).
Congressman Trent Franks (R-AZ) – Photo: Arutz Sheva
Speaking to Arutz Sheva at a Washington D.C. security conference, Franks contradicted a recent claim by Israel’s ambassador to the US that US Secretary of State John Kerry wasn’t threatening Israel when he warned of boycotts in the event that current negotiations with the Palestinian Authority fall through. The conference, entitled “American Security and the Iranian Bomb: Analyzing Threats at Home and Abroad,” saw several prominent members of Congress and former CIA Director James Woolsey discuss the threat posed to the US by the Islamic Republic. Continue Reading »