The Prime Minister said that the procedures for inspections are "full of holes."
"The deal before us now is simply too dangerous for the American people."
Rabbis will appeal to Congressmen, especially the Jews, immediately before the Rosh HaShanah New Year.
Growing opposition to the nuclear agreement could break the back of "uncertain" Democrats in Congress.
Dore Gold pointed out to American Jewish Leaders that Israel and Sunni Muslims agree on Iran.
Turkey paradoxically accuses the outlawed Kurdish PKK terror group of collaborating with ISIS.
Kerry justifies keeping Iran deal "side deals" from the American public, while skipping Israel on ME trip.
In explaining the confidential agreement between the IAEA and Iran, Moniz recalled a similar one between the agency and South Africa in the early 1990s.
Israel's Air Force allegedly eliminates child-killer Samir Kuntar in Syrian Golan Heights.
A poll suggesting American Jews support the Iran deal is flawed, while a new poll reveals the opposite.
Both civilian and military assistance is being delayed, and Hamas is having a tough time dealing with it.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the Mossad to expand the investigation of the fate of the missing Iranian Jews.
Jackie Mason now is at least the second Jew backing Trump, but in 2011 he called him a "professional liar" and a "sick man."
Iranian FM Javad Zarif is on a regional tour to "sell" the new nuclear deal to leaders in Kuwait, Qatar and Iraq.
President Obama has not responded to the tweets.
Kerry told the Senators that parts of the inspection protocols are classified.
Could you ever imagine the day Israel supplies Arab states with weapons (besides the Palestinian Authority)?
At this shocking pace, Iran is set to surpass the total number of executions in the country recorded by Amnesty International for the whole of last year.
Dov Hikind, an Orthodox Jew and a Democrat, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for obstructing the entrance to Sen. Chuck Schumer’s Midtown office.
12,000 people filled Times Square at the Stop Iran Now rally in NY's Times Square.
” I'm sorry to say this, but I think you've been fleeced."
On Tuesday, a “Stop Iran Now” rally kicked off what is planned to be a 60 day battle for the hearts and minds of legislators to oppose an agreement that would mean an end to sanctions against Iran, in exchange for assurances about limiting its nuclear program.
There are 188 Democrats in the House and 44 in the Senate, and over the next two months millions of dollars and unprecedented lobbying efforts will be invested in courting their votes on the Iran nuclear deal.
Tune in live to the #StopIranRally
Kerry said: “Never — this is a term that honestly I never heard in the four years that we were negotiating. It was not on the table.”