Dershowitz claims that President Obama allowed himself to be “checkmated,” because he gave Iran hope of developing a nuclear weapon and took the US military option off the table.
Iran has signed its first deal to purchase fighter jets from China - designed with Israeli technology.
The AJC opposes the JCPOA because it will allow Iran to become a nuclear threshold state.
Obama attacks critics (Bibi) as ignorant, deceptive, trying to pull a fast one on the American people.
Treasury official Adam Szubin told the Senate Banking Committee Wednesday how the US would target Iran's terror financing under the nuclear deal.
Schumer has come under intense pressure from constituents to oppose the deal, with his office being flooded with more than 10,000 phone calls over the past two weeks, Politico reported.
US Rep. Ed Royce introduces HJ Res. 64, a resolution of 'disapproval' to block implementation of IranDeal.
Social activists in Crown Heights, Brooklyn pressure US Rep. Yvette Clarke (D) to vote against IranDeal.
The Israel Law Center has filed a motion in US court to block Washington from implementing Irandeal.
US President Barack Obama warns Jewish leaders Israel "will bear the brunt" if Congress rejects nuclear deal with Iran.
Yesterday's count had four Congressional Democrats coming out against the Iran Nuclear Deal. But since yesterday, that number has nearly doubled. And, amazingly, the latest three...
The Senator said he would discuss gun control, or anything else, really, just not how he would vote on the Iran nuclear deal.
"Keep or Cheat," under this deal Iran will attain nuclear weapons, Bibi warned.
The Obama administration also promises not sell F-35 to any other Middle East country - but for how long?
New York Democratic Congresswoman Kathleen Rice will vote against the Iran deal.
Americans oppose the Iran deal, and only a slight majority of Democrats support it.
Chuck Schumer’s office has received more than 10,000 phone calls over the past two weeks, all of them from groups and individuals opposed to the Iran nuclear deal.
Kerry reassures the Gulf States, who are gouging him for more arms and to force Israel out of Judea and Samaria.
Iranian double talk is clear when a top official praises the nuclear deal but warns of no IAEA inspector access to military sites.
President Rouhani tells Iranians his nation has the right to enrich uranium under the new nuclear deal.