JERUSALEM—The midnight assassination of a secretive Hezbollah operative in Beirut last night became a regional whodunit when Hezbollah blamed Israel while Israel pointed a finger at a Lebanese Sunni organization.
JERUSALEM—Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday termed the West’s interim agreement with Iran as “more political theater than substance” and warned that the sanctions that brought Iran to the negotiating table were already showing signs of crumbling.
JERUSALEM – Satellite photos have confirmed that a target attacked two weeks ago near the Syrian port of Latakia was a battery of advanced anti-aircraft missiles, according to the Israeli magazine, Israel Defense.
Jerusalem—Western sanctions have more than tripled the cost of Iran’s nuclear project to a total of $170 billion, according to Israeli security sources.
JERUSALEM — Israel’s military intelligence chief during the 1973 Yom Kippur War rejected repeated requests from an aide to activate a top secret warning system that might have foiled the surprise Arab attack, according to newly declassified documents from Israel’s state archives.
JERUSALEM—Hamas and Hezbollah have lost most of their support within their own constituencies, which now regard them as a greater threat to their societies than Israel, according to extensive monitoring of social networks in Gaza and Lebanon.
JERUSALEM—Hassan Rowhani, in a conversation secretly taped by an Israeli agent 27 years ago, is heard urging the West to take a firm stand against the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
A research organization disputed on Sunday the existence of a fatwa, or religious ruling, against the development of nuclear weapons by Iran’s supreme leader.
JERUSALEM – Israel’s Shin Bet security service yesterday announced the detention in Tel Aviv of an Iranian-born businessman with Belgian citizenship suspected of spying for Teheran.
The suspect, named as Ali Mansouri, was arrested on September 11 at Ben-Gurion Airport as he was preparing to board a flight for Belgium. His detention was announced as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was making his way to New York where he is to address the UN.
The red line drawn by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding Iran’s nuclear program has been rendered obsolete by technology, according to Israeli officials who are pushing for a concerted new effort to block Iran’s possible acquisition of nuclear weapons.