Iranian Confirms 6.5 kg Stockpile of 60-Percent Enriched Uranium

"We all share the observation that time is not on anyone’s side.”

Israel’s New Environment Minister Calls to Cancel Pipeline Deal with UAE

“The Gulf of Eilat is in real danger because of the Eilat-Ashkelon pipeline,” says Tamar Zandberg.

Interfaith Abrahamic Family House in UAE to Open in 2022

The Abrahamic Family House, the project inspired by the Document on Human Fraternity and constructed on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi and will house a mosque, church, and synagogue, will open in 2020.

IDF, Israel Police Thwart Arms Smugglers from Jordan

An IDF reservist was moderately injured during the exchange, along with one of the suspects.

Hamas Politburo Chief Ismail Haniyeh set to Visit Iran, Lebanon

Haniyeh traveled to Egypt on the strength of an invitation from the Cairo government.

Outgoing Mossad Chief Warns Iranian Nuclear Scientists May Still be Targeted

“If the scientist is willing to change career and will not hurt us anymore, then yes sometimes we offer them ‘a way out’.”

Ahmadinejad: Iran’s Counterintelligence Chief Was Israeli Spy

"How did they manage to get several vans out of the country with all the checkpoints in this country?" Ahmadinejad asked.

American Jewish Committee Opens First Office in Arab Country

Called “AJC Abu Dhabi: The Sidney Lerner Center for Arab-Jewish Understanding,” it will be led by former ambassador Marc Sievers.

In First, Moroccan Delegation in Israel to Promote Cooperation with Farmers

A large delegation from Morocco will arrive in Israel to participate in the Agromashov 2021 agricultural exhibition’ in Jerusalem next week.

Syrian Observatory: Overnight Israeli Strikes Hit Military Sites in Syria, at Least 8 Dead

The official Syrian sources did not mention any loss of life, but according to SOHR, the Israeli strikes left many causalities

Blinken: Iran’s Nuclear ‘Breakout Time’ Could Be Weeks if Violations Continue

“It remains unclear whether Iran is willing and prepared to do what it needs to do come back into compliance,” said U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Jordanian Terrorists Returned by Israel to Amman

An intended serious attack planned by the pair was thwarted ahead of time "due to the vigilance of the [Israeli] security forces."

Hezbollah’s Nasrallah Alive, Well Enough for Speeches

One week ago, reports in Lebanese media claimed Nasrallah was sick with pneumonia and close to death.

Iran is Lying, Israel Says, After IAEA Expresses Concern over Undeclared Nuclear Sites

“Iran continues to hide its military nuclear activities, while lying and disregarding its international commitments,” Israel’s Foreign Ministry tweeted Monday after his statements.

After 18 Hours, IDF Captures 2 Infiltrators from Lebanon

The initial incident was feared to be a terror attack, and the IDF sent residents in the area into shelters and secure spaces.

Founder of Hezbollah Ali Akbar Mohtashamipur Dies of Corona Complications

As Iran's ambassador to Syria, he played a pivotal role in the creation of the Lebanese radical Shia terrorist organization Hezbollah.

Explosion, Then Fire at Iranian Steel Plant

“A sudden overflow of molten material in the blast furnace caused a fire and smoke.”

Gantz Meets with Biden Officials as US Lawmakers Encourage Iron Dome Replenishment

“I’m looking forward to discuss, as we have discussed before, the challenges that we have with Iran, with the Palestinians,” Gantz said to Blinken before the meeting. “As far as Gaza concerned, we do look for stability and prosperity for everybody,” said Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz.

Gantz Seeks New Understanding, In a Quiet Way, with US on Iran

The defense minister shares Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Benjamin’s grave concern over the emerging Iran nuclear deal, though believes that strategic dialogue, as opposed to a more defiant posture, is the way forward with Israel’s greatest ally.

Blaze Extinguished on Day 2 at Iranian Oil Refinery

The oil refinery "ruled out the possibility of sabotage."

Amid Health Rumors, Hezbollah’s Nasrallah Set to Deliver Public Speech Next Week

Appearing pale, Nasrallah coughed and choked his way through his most recent televised address last week.

Amid Internal Debate, Hamas Trying to Reopen Offices in Damascus

Hamas picked the wrong side in the Syrian war, and now they need to walk it back.

Iranian Oil Refinery Ablaze

The flames, caused by an explosion, hit at least one tank of liquified gas at the site.

Iranian Navy’s Largest Ship Sinks in Gulf of Oman

Emergency forces evacuated the crew and there were no casualties in the blaze.

Netanyahu: Israel Will Get Rid of Iran’s Existential Threat, Even if US Opposes

Israel’s “greatest threat is the existential threat posed by Iran’s efforts to arm itself with nuclear weapons, whether to threaten us directly – with atomic weapons – with the destruction of a small state, or to threaten us with tens of thousands of missiles or a great many missiles backed by a nuclear umbrella."

Israir to Launch Direct Flights to Morocco

Morocco is the fourth Arab nation to join the "circle of peace" recently after the initial signing of the Abraham Accords by Israel, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan.

Iran Has No Explanation for Uranium Traces, Stockpile 16x JCPOA Limit

The IAEA report said "The Director-General is concerned the technical discussions [with] Iran have not yielded the expected results,"

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