Iran-U.S. “understanding” would mean the death of the Islamic Republic

The Chief of the Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guards rejected a plea from Iranian activists to agree to negotiate with the United States on resolving differences, accusing those that demand negotiations of “siding with the United States, the enemy of the Iranian peoples.” General Mohammad Ali Jafari was quoted by the ISNA news agency as warning … Read more

Former Israeli Minister charged for espionage on Iran’s behalf

It has been cleared for publication that Israel’s former Energy Minister Gonen Segev, who served under the government of late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in the early 90’s, was arrested about a month ago under allegations of espionage on behalf of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The 62-years-old former Israeli minister has been charged by … Read more

Netanyahu welcomes Trump’s stance on nuclear threats from North Korea and Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warmly welcomed the results of the Singapore summit, held by U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un. In a televised statement commending President Trump, Netanyahu drew a comparison between the American leader’s policy toward North Korea and his policy toward the Islamic Republic of Iran, referring … Read more

Iran continues to claim its compliance to the multinational nuclear agreement

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, during the 18th annual meeting of the Council of Heads of Member States of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, reaffirmed his country’s ongoing commitments to the 2015 multinational nuclear agreement, claiming Tehran’s total compliance with a deal that sought to remove crippling international sanctions on Iran’s economy in exchange for limiting the … Read more

Iran officials informs IAEA of plans to increase uranium enrichment capacity

After the Islamic Republic’s Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, revealed he had ordered preparations to increase Iran’s uranium enrichment capacity if the nuclear deal with world powers would fall apart; Iran officially informed the International Atomic Energy Agency of its intensions, yet claimed the enrichment capacity would remain within the provisions of the nuclear accord. … Read more

Iran’s comments on increase of uranium enrichment “a sign of hysteria”

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman referred to the comments made by Iran’s Supreme leader, announcing preparations to increase the Islamic Republic’s uranium enrichment capacity if the nuclear deal would collapse; claiming it was “a sign of the hysteria and panic among Iran’s leadership.” Israel’s top defense official further asserted that Khamenei’s statement came in “response … Read more

US: governments and private corporations must refrain from doing business with Iran

The Trump Administration has warned foreign governments and entities from the international private sector to refrain from doing business with Iran, demanding an immediate crackdown, on what Washington described as ‘Iranian efforts to exploit the international community to fund its support for terrorism, destabilizing actions across the Middle East and domestic human-rights abuses. Under Secretary … Read more

PM Netanyahu seeks to convince Europe of Iran’s malign activities

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu embarked today on a trip to Europe, for separate meetings with the leaders of Germany, France and Britain. During his meetings, Netanyahu said he would discuss regional challenges, with the challenges posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran – topping his agenda. (Sync A 1 1 00:40 – 01:22)