Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid warned in September, “Iran is the world’s number one exporter of terror and it threatens us all."
It's almost as if someone in Damascus is happy that those pesky Iranians took it on the chin.
Envoys from the UK, France and Germany said in a joint statement this weekend that talks with Iran are near collapse.
Deputy Defense Minister Alon Schuster: "What hit Natanz? I can’t say."
"A bad deal with the Iranians will have implications for our national security."
Badrud is located 12 miles from Natanz, site of Iran's main uranium enrichment nuclear plant.
There's speculation the Iranians were trying to hit a drone over the facility.
Iran is continuing to produce uranium enriched to 60 percent, according to a report last month by Reuters quoting Iranian state media.
Gantz said Israel always has to prepare the option "for the moment when we may find ourselves alone. . . an attack (on Iran) is an option."
Barnea: “Not in the coming years, never, it’s my commitment, it’s the Mossad’s commitment.”
Bennett suggested that Iran was exercising nuclear blackmail as a negotiation tactic.
Israel is very concerned about the possibility that the countries around the table would decide to remove sanctions even before an Iranian clear commitment on freezing its nuclear project.
Israel's prime minister said Iran deserves no rewards, no bargain deals and no sanctions relief in return for their brutality.
Israel "must continue, as a strong and independent country to maintain the capability to defend ourselves."
Israel is warning Iran will “play for time, earn billions from the removal of sanctions, continue to deceive the world and covertly advance their nuclear program.”
“We will work day and night to prevent the Iranian regime from ever becoming a nuclear power,” the UK’s Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss and Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid vowed.
The hackers may have gained access to data on international oil sales, a state secret that could expose how Iran evades international sanctions, Iranian officials tell “The New York Times.”
The report is part of the increased security operations in Kenya following the recent escape of three security prisoners from the largest maximum-security prison in Kenya.
The Iranians are “very close” to nuclear breakout, says OC Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie • IAEA head says “no progress” was made on his trip to Tehran.
Since 2015 Iran has reached a much higher level of development of its nuclear weapon capability and will likely refuse to return to the 2015 limits.
Iranian authorities claimed the sites were taken offline in order to "secure information and statistics systems."
The Press TV interview included a reference to the fact that Iran’s nuclear facilities and scientists had come under "repeated, and often deadly, terrorist attacks.
Gantz also exposed the bases of Shabhar and Qeshm, in southern Iran, from which the Iranian military launches UAV attacks at maritime targets.
The PM was extremely critical of his predecessor, who made the struggle against the nuclear deal the centerpiece of his foreign relations, but, apparently, didn't do much about it.
“This was a horrible one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made. It didn’t bring calm, it didn’t bring peace, and it never will."
The company confirmed that there was an attack, but claims it was “contained.”
The Islamic Republic has amassed an estimated 17.7 kilograms (39 pounds) of uranium enriched to 60 percent, according to the findings.
How did Goren get this sensitive job in the first place? Was the vetting guy on vacation? Home with Covid?
For Iran, control of the Albukamal border crossing with Iraq and control of Damascus airport and its environs are necessary to create a land bridge between Iran and Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea.
The drill takes place against the backdrop of a large-scale military exercise that Iran has been conducting in recent days in the Gulf.