Tehran 'rejects the existence of any Israeli on Earth' and told the P5+1 that during JCPOA negotiations.
How they vote in September (on the Iran deal) will be remembered in November, is the message to US legislators.
It is rumored that, in addition to purchasing oil, Israel is funding the Kurds in their efforts to strengthen the Kurdistan Regional Government in its fight against the Caliphate and the Iraqi Shiite government.
Lieberman and Graham to headline bipartisan Stop Nuclear Iran Deal rally in NYC on Sept. 1.
UNRWA again makes headlines with anti-Semitic, pro-terrorist incitement against Israelis and Jews.
The IAEA says more money is needed in order to be able to implement the IranDeal; funds run out on Sept. 30.
The remarks came after the AP published the full text of a draft agreement between IAEA and Iran, citing Hosseini Tash as a signatory at the bottom of the document.
Tehran has not yet accepted Ramallah's requests to accept a visit, three years after Abbas rejected an overture from Ahmadinejad.
British foreign secretary Philip Hammond says sanctions could be lifted from Iran starting next spring.
For some months, Israel has been buying the majority of its oil from northern Iraqi Kurds. It's a good thing.
Iran and the UK reopen embassies in Tehran and London, but Tehran is not ready for a US comeback.
Britain's gift to inhumanity promises he will only behead "non-believers."
The Obama-P5+1 deal with Iran has no provisions against Hezbollah.
Maryland's Senators have not yet decided whether or not to join Schumer and Menendez and vote against ObamaDeal.
Cairo shut down the Rafah crossing. Israel continues to allow shipment through Kerem Shalom crossing but refuses passage for Haniyeh's sisters.
Israeli leaders are furious that plans for a military strike on Iran in 2012 were publicly revealed by former DM Ehud Barak.
Two Ds announce they will vote against the JCPOA, Rep. Jerry (D-NY) Nadler will vote for it.
The US Embassy in Tel Aviv issues a travel advisory to Americans against travel to the Galilee and Golan Heights.
Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) issued a statement saying he would vote in favor of President Obama’s proposed Iran deal.
Three U.S. citizens and a British man subdued an armed terrorist who opened fire at passengers on a high speed train heading for Paris.