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"We cannot... protect our people by allowing bad actors to have them and those of us who are good not to have them.”
The P5+1 Iran Deal partners have given a green light to send a secret shipment of more than 100 tons of natural uranium to Iran as a "thank you" gift.
The White House has been watching helplessly as Putin suspended the treaty with Washington on cleaning up weapons-grade plutonium.
Smith claims the entire US aid deal with Israel is in violation of the Symington and Glenn amendments to the Foreign Aid Act of 1961.
After he dropped the FIFA ball, now he wants to make a bigger fool out of himself.
US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power tells AIPAC on Monday that America "will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. Period."
Direct talks begin with "confidence building measures," and the Netanyahu government must be worried that it would be picking up the tab on the new couple's honeymoon.
Iran is "advancing its enrichment program in blatant violation of its international obligations."
The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly endorsed language that sets a red line for Iran "nuclear capability."
In an interview with Ha'aretz last Friday, Israel’s Minister for Strategic Affairs Moshe Ya’alon made clear that for Israel the red line is Iran’s capability to produce a nuclear weapon and not Khamenei’s order to produce a bomb. He also said that Israel is not bluffing when it comes to decisive action to stop Iran and does not need an American ‘green light’ for a military strike .
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Saturday revved up his attacks on President Obama's Mid East policy, suggesting the president fears that Israel might attack Iran more than he fears that Iran will develop a nuclear weapon. “I think, by and large, you can just look at the things the president has done and do the opposite,” Romney said.
President Peres said "there is NO space between" Israel and the US, and insisted that Obama's "commitment to Israel is deep and profound." Regarding peace with the Palestinians, he said "the principle of the 'The Two State solution' was "a paramount Israeli interest."
Anyone seeking to find daylight between the Republican and Democrat positions on Israel will get plenty of it now, with the Conservative challenger to the mainstream Republican presidential candidate. Has Israel (and the Jewish voter) found a potential, unexpected ally in the White House?
Rasmussen Reports also found that 83% believe it is at least somewhat likely Iran will develop a nuclear weapon in the near future.
Maj.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi: "When Khamenei gives the order to produce the first nuclear weapon – it will be done, we believe, within one year."
WASHINGTON – Israel, the United States and Iran have all gone deep into mixed-signals territory.
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