Secretary of State John Kerry said this week that “Nobody pretends that some of the challenges we have with Iran have somehow been wiped away."
The European Union wasted no time establishing a presence in Tehran.
Diplomatic, economic and trade ties appear to be warming up between Iran and Greece.
Hezbollah is ramping up its firepower with more than 120,000 missiles pointed at Israeli cities.
In the immortal words of FDR, when someone asked him about the wisdom of supporting Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza, “He may be an SOB but he’s our SOB.”
Elbit successfully tested its 'Seagull' USV, launching a torpedo from the water-borne drone.
The IDF has acquired a new long-range rocket produced by the Israeli IMI defense firm in Givon.
The US is now "playing a critical role in assisting and facilitating the ways through which Hezbollah receives this significant aid from the Iranian government."
An Iranian silver medalist avoided the awards rather than be photographed with the Israeli bronze medalist.
Pickering testified before the House Armed Services Committee in favor of a comprehensive agreement with Iran, and did not mention Boeing in the disclosure form he handed the committee.
Former Mossad director Tamir Pardo has agreed to join the board of an international anti-Iran organization.
The Obama Administration says two radioactive particles found at Parchin prove Iran was working on nuclear weapons, at least in the past.
Accusing other Muslims of being takfiris is a sectarian slur, used heavily since the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011.
Boeing Aircraft has signed a deal to sell 100 planes to Iran.
The Russians are supplying Iran with advanced S-300 long range surface-to-air missile systems, and are in the process of selling the Iranians many more weapons.
ISIS-linked terrorists in northern Sinai launched a massive attack against Egyptian government troops, killing 15 police officers and cutting power.
A Hezbollah- linked media outlet confirms the group has dug tunnels at Israel's northern border.
"Mutual deterrence is not a valid concept for the Middle East."
An Iranian military adviser claims its current arsenal is capable of wiping out Israel in 'under 8 minutes.'
A rash of tall new watchtowers have sprung up on the Lebanese side of Israel's northern border, providing a bird's eye view into IDF and civilian activities.