JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister says an "aggressive and confrontational speech" by Iran's supreme leader shows that any expectations a nuclear deal would soften the militancy of the Islamic Republic were misguided.
- 8 November, 2013 Israel fury as Kerry heads to Iran talks in Geneva Ben Gurion (Israel) (AFP) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned John Kerry Friday he was offering Iran the "deal of the century" as the US top diplomat headed to landmark talks in Geneva seeking a nuclear agreement. Netanyahu vowed that Israel would not be bound by any […]
- 16 January, 2016 Iran still intent on acquiring nuclear arms despite deal: Israel Iran is still seeking to achieve nuclear military capabilities, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Saturday, after a deal with world powers scaling down Tehran's nuclear abilities was implemented. "Even after signing the nuclear deal, Iran has not relinquished its ambition to […]
- 12 August, 2012 Israeli premier: Iran threat dwarfs all others The threat from Iran dwarfs all other challenges the Jewish state faces, Israel's prime minister declared Sunday, as high-level hints of a possible Israeli attack on Iran's suspect nuclear program mounted.
- 17 January, 2016 As sanctions are lifted, Iranian foes fear the worst JERUSALEM (AP) — As the nuclear deal with Tehran goes into effect, many Middle Eastern countries fear a newly emboldened Iran, flush with cash and international recognition, will grow more aggressive with what they see as meddling in conflicts across the region.
- 6 April, 2015 Israel official: Military action against Iran still possible JERUSALEM (AP) — A senior Israeli government minister on Monday warned that taking military action against Iran's nuclear program is still an option — despite last week's framework deal between world powers and the Islamic Republic.