Iran

Poll: 47 percent of Israelis back Iran strike following nuke deal

Nearly half of all Israelis support the idea of a unilateral strike on Iran

Iran to unveil defense systems that can counter electronic warfare threats: Cmdr.

Iran’s air defense capability will grow further in September with the introduction of new radars and technology

Iran leader vows opposition to U.S. despite nuclear deal

Despite nuclear deal, hostility towards the U.S. remains undiminished

Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tells Hassan Rouhani ‘some’ world powers untrustworthy

Some of the six states who struck Tuesday’s nuclear deal “are not trustworthy at all”, Iran’s supreme leader tells the president

Iranian Nuclear Deal Is a Win for Anti-Semitism

We post this, not because we agree with it but because it illustrates the REAL forces at work behind the corporate media. In this case, TIME magazine

Enough with Netanyahu’s Iran deal hysteria

Benjamin Netanyahu’s attitude to Iran is tainted with an obsessiveness that sabotages Israel’s interests, notes a Haaretz editorial

However the great and good represent it, America has now taken the Shia side in the Middle East’s sectarian war

Robert Fisk on how some will view the nuclear agreement with Iran

Five key points of the Iran nuclear deal explained

Terms of the agreement include: a decades-long inspection regime and over one hundred IAEA inspectors who could be at work in Iran within weeks

EU's Mogherini, Iran's Zarif, Britain's Hammond and United States' Kerry prepare for announcement following nuclear talks in Lausanne, Switzerland, April 2, 2015. Click to enlarge

Iranian and Western diplomats confirm: Formal nuclear deal reached

Deal finally brokered after marathon talks. But will it last and how will Israel react?

Russia protects its interests

Thierry Meyysan wonders if Russian hasn’t secretly bolstered Iran’s defences to protect its own southern flank?

US baulks at Russian plan to sell Iran powerful arms

Russian plans to sell sophisticated new weapons to Iran proves to be another sticking point in nuclear negotiations. Because, we suggest, the U.S. wants to prevent Iran being able to defend itself from the sort of campaign that toppled Saddam

U.S. Air Force Primed and Ready to Attack Iran’s Nuclear Sites

As negotiators haggle over a nuclear agreement, the U.S. military prepares for the failure to reach an accord

Iran nuclear talks extended by three days

Disagreement between Russia and the west over lifting arms embargo on Iran forces deadline back again

Why there is still no Iran nuke deal in Vienna

Pepe Escobar on why agreement is proving so elusive

Imminent, Dreadful Iran Nuclear Deal Must Be Stopped

The U.S. media’s response to a possible nuclear agreement with Iran serves to illustrate just how slavishly it serves “special interest” groups

Skull & Bones' John Kerry, the ghoulish face of modern Satanism. Click to enlarge

Disputes over missiles and arms embargo hold up Iran talks

Secretary of State John Kerry said Iran faced “hard choices”, but the U.S. was also ready to walk away from a deal it considered inadequate

Vienna brothel manager: ‘Business is booming’ when Iran nuclear talks are in town

Is this why the nuclear talks with Iran have been so protracted and drawn-out?

Ghadir phased array radar

Iran deploys new home-built long-range radar

Iran unveils advanced new phased array radar that will significantly enhance its ability to monitor the skies over the Persian Gulf

Iran Deal Seen Imminent After Atomic Agency Breakthrough

Agreement over Iran’s nuclear program may be in the offing following marathon talks

Threat of war with major power ‘low, but growing,’ military strategy report warns

Future conflicts for the U.S. will likely be fought with diminished resources, Gen. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, wrote in a foreword to the report. With Iran, China and Russia prime contenders as future adversaries