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Meir Dagan

Former Israeli Mossad Chief Slams Netanyahu’s Handling Of Iran Threat

In the run-up to Netayahu’s speech to the U.S. Congress, former Mossad chief Meir Dagan has slammed the Israeli prime minister’s handling of Iran

IRGC marines board a scale replica of a US Aircraft carrier during drills Wednesday. Click to enlarge

In message to US, Iran test fires new weapon in naval drill

Although unforthcoming about the exact nature of the weapon, IRGC naval commander said it would play a critical role in any possible future naval clash with the U.S.

U.S. casts doubt on secret Iran nuke facility

The fact that the State Department is calling into question these claims suggests that the U.S. may indeed be sincere in searching for an agreement with Iran

Armed Iranian robot. Click to enlarge

Iran tests ‘combat robot with machine gun’ at massive drills

Tracked robot equipped with thermal and optical cameras and armed with 7.62 mm machine gun

Saudis Said to Aid Israeli Plan to Bomb Iran

The Israeli media is reporting on a deal with Saudi Arabia to let Israeli warplanes transit Saudi airspace en route to bombing Iran. Robert Parry explains

Iran’s IRGC wraps up first day of major maneuvers in Persian Gulf

Iran’s IRGC wraps up first day of major maneuvers in Persian Gulf

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards practise taking out a scale replica of a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Straits of Hormuz. Includes video

Netanyahu tries to convince U.N delegates of the nuclear threat posed by Iran in 2012

Leaked cables show Netanyahu’s Iran bomb claim contradicted by Mossad

Netanyahu’s 2012 claim that Iran was only a year from building a nuclear weapon contradicted by Mossad’s own assessment

Phased US-Iran nuclear deal taking shape

Possible two-phase deal in the works

Russian offers Iran latest anti-aircraft missiles: TASS

Russia has offered Iran its latest anti-aircraft missile, the Antey-2500 in place of the S-300, which was dropped following Western pressure

CIA’s Nuclear-Bomb Sting Said to Spur Review in Iran Arms Case

Disclosures that “blueprints” for Iranian nuclear weapons components were planted by the CIA may prompt the IAE Agency to reassess earlier decisions

Melanie Phillips gets her Zionist arse kicked on Question Time

Melanie Phillips is a known Zionist agent of influence in the British media. However, this video from 2013 illustrates how not all Britons are buying her lies

Full page NY Times advert slams Netanyahus upcoming speech to Congress. Click to enlarge

NIAC Runs Full Page NY Times Ad on Netanyahu Visit

“Congress better take into account that if they buy what Netanyahu is selling, it will be American troops who pay the cost,” says NIAC President Trita Parsi

Netanyahu on collision course with White House over Iran

In the latest in a series of increasingly terse exchanges between the U.S. and Israel, the White House accused Israel of distorting details of the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program in order to sabotage them

Iran wields power from Syria to Gulf, raising alarms among Sunni rivals

Regional rivals nervously eye Iran’s growing power and influence

A billboard depicting the late Iranian Ayatollah in central Baghdad. Click to enlarge

Where Saddam Hussein’s statue once stood in Baghdad, there’s now a portrait of Iran’s supreme leader

An indication of Iran’s growing regional power and influence?

U.S. accuses Israel of inaccurate leaks on Iran nuclear talks

In the run-up to Netanyahu’s controversial Washington visit in March, relations just got a little frostier

Analysis: Hezbollah fighters, Iranian operatives flowing into southern Syria

Iran and Hezbollah are trying to establish an operational base overlooking Israel in the strategically vital Golan Heights

Connecting The Dots on Iran, Israel And 911

Having just returned from Tehran, Professor Anthony James Hall talks about 9/11, Iran and Israel

Israel warns anew of action against Iran

Israeli Intelligence-Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz echoes an old refrain, implying that Israel may act unilaterally over Iran

NSA Claims Iran Learned from Western Cyberattacks

Bearing out the old adage that if it doesn’t kill you any testing challenge or ordeal will make you stronger