We could not find a fact-checking note that disputed Trump's 148 words of policy gold promising that Jerusalem remains the capital of Israel, and the Iran nuclear deal will be altered, or sanctions will resume.
“I made it clear to [President Putin] that we will not agree to either one of these developments and will act according to need."
"I will discuss with him various regional developments, enhanced security coordination between the IDF and the Russian military forces in Syria."
“I make my choices not to become a symbol of liberty, but at the same time for the ears and eyes that are looking where I am going.”
Noting that the 12 years that passed since the second Lebanon war have been relatively stable, Manelis suggested this was the result of the lasting memory of the punishment inflicted on Lebanon for Hezbollah's attacking Israel.
“The coalition forces that are in that area have an inherent right to defend themselves and will do so if necessary.”
“We are releasing this classified information because it is vital for the world to understand that if we turn a blind eye in Syria, the Iranian threat will only grow.”
"The Europeans will hold discussions among themselves, and with the US, but she understands that this touches ... the things that could threaten our very existence."
"We are sending a signal to our European allies that the time has come for changes in the Iran nuclear deal," ensuring the sunset provisions are completely eliminated.
“On security, I have a message for the countries of Europe. I suggest that they take President Trump's words seriously."
“We stand shoulder to shoulder with you in Egypt in the fight against terrorism,” Pence said.
All three Jewish institutions were presumably being studied as potential targets for retaliatory strikes by Iran.
“They will be tried in absentia for a terrorist attack and manslaughter of several people as well as for a range of other crimes."
After Trump signed the waiver Friday, Iran deal critics in both the Senate and the House called for language that applies to all missiles.
The ten individuals are believed to be spying on Israelis in Germany, on German Jewish institutions, an on Iranian dissidents.
The administration wants the sunset clause taken off the deal, keeping the prohibition on nuclear production in place forever.
The Iranians, who command both the Syrian army units and Iran's proxy Hezbollah, have been pushing these forces relentlessly to the southern border with Israel.
Al-Alami is known as the long-time Hamas envoy to the Iranian government and has close ties to Hezbollah's Hassan Nasrallah.
The U.S. Treasury has imposed sanctions on five Iranian companies alleged to be working on Iran's ballistic missile program.
A total of 1,600 aftershocks have struck Kermanshah Province since a deadly 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck the area just 32 kilometers from Sarpol-e Zahab on November 12, 2017, killing 620 and wounding 12,386 more.
On April 12, 2017, Ahmadinejad announced his intention to run for a third term, against the objections of the Supreme Leader. His nomination was rejected by the Guardian Council.
Hezbollah's Nasrallah met with a Fatah official the day after a Palestinian Authority delegation met with Lebanese government officials in Beirut.
The IRGC and the Basij in 2009 suppressed the uprising over election fraud, killing dozens of mainly protesters in the streets.
Maharma received $8,000 from the Iranians in exchange for recruiting two agents.
"We can't ignore the fact that Hezbollah, the Shiite militias and Iran perceive themselves on the winning side in Syria, together with Bashar Assad, and share his desire to return to the Golan Heights."