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Analysts: No Israeli Strike on Iran for 6 Months

Tel Aviv University researchers suggest slim chances for an Israeli strike on Iran during 6 month negotiation period. Following the deal on Iran’s nuclear program Sunday, analysts from Tel Aviv University suggest an Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities is unlikely to happen in the next 6 months, because of the agreement. Dr Emily Landau of Tel […] Continue reading →

Israel deploys missile defense system in Tel Aviv

The Israeli military says it has deployed an “Iron Dome” missile defense battery in the Tel Aviv area. With the U.S. threatening to attack Syria over its alleged use of chemical weapons, Israel fears Damascus may respond by firing missiles at Israel, a close American ally. Israeli officials have sought to distance themselves from Syria’s […] Continue reading →

’7,500 US officials serve Israel interest, Tel Aviv biggest threat to US’

   An international lawyer says while the US Intelligence Community (IC) considers Israel the greatest threat to America’s national interests, there are about 7,500 US officials “who do Israel’s bidding,” serving Tel Aviv’s interests with no reservation. In an article published on Press TV website, Franklin Lamb noted that a study commissioned by the US […] Continue reading →

Basic Info About Israel Still Eluding Dems

When Massachusetts Democrat Barney Frank finally unburdens the Congress of his belligerent presence after his current term, he will leave two primary legacies. The first is his role in the housing crisis and subsequent deep recession by protecting Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from much-needed reforms, and the second is his decision to take the […] Continue reading →

Ayatollah: We will burn Tel Aviv 'into ashes'

‘The shout of ‘Death to Israel‘ was loud and clear among the people’   If Israel attacks Iran’s nuclear facilities, Tel Aviv – Israel’s second-most-populated city – will burn to ashes, senior Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami warned yesterday. The threat was the latest in a series of verbal assaults that began last week when […] Continue reading →