Hamas has not joined in Islamic Jihad's retaliation-by-rocket campaign against Israel. But if Netanyahu ramps up air strikes or assassinations any further, Gaza's ruling party will be forced to enter the fray
Secretary-General Ziad al-Nakhala of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad told the Dar al-Hayat Arabic-language news site, 'Netanyahu has crossed all the red lines in assassinating Al-Quds Brigades Commander Baha Abu al-Ata'
The group was founded in 1981 with the aim of establishing an Islamic Palestinian state in the West Bank, Gaza and all of what is now Israel
Iran's culture ministry alleges that Harari's books promote the theory of evolution while hardliners say it's an attempt at 'soft toppling' the Islamist system
The new U.S. mission blocks Damascus' plans to regain the east and Iran's efforts to complete a land corridor through Iraq, Syria and Lebanon
Iran has long blamed the Europeans for failing to provide the economic benefits it was meant to receive under the deal
Revelation from IAEA is the first time it has acknowledged in a report that allegations made by the U.S. and Israel against Iran are true ■ Report also confirms Tehran is enriching uranium at underground Fordo facility
The European Union, though desperate to rescue the accord it helped negotiate, has been unable to convince Iran to abide by it
Lebanon is rising up: the Arab Spring is returning. But the six sectarian political leaders who divide and rule the country and its resources are in no rush to relinquish power
Revolutionary Court, which is assigned the case in a UN filing, normally handles espionage cases
Bushehr's first reactor came online in 2011 with the help of Russia. This new reactor similarly will be built with Russian help
The UAE, which says Iran is a destabilizing force in the region, backed U.S. President Donald Trump's maximum pressure campaign against Tehran but called for deescalation after recent attacks
The Trump administration called him the 'perfect candidate.' How will Rafael Grossi, incoming IAEA chief, manage U.S. and Israeli pressure on Iran – and brewing nuclear proliferation throughout the Middle East?
The answer may lie in the streets of the Middle East
The announcement would mean Iran's proven crude oil reserves would be boosted by a third
A spokesman for Iran's atomic agency said the government 'legally speaking' had done nothing wrong in stopping the female inspector from touring its Natanz nuclear facility
The case over Robert Levinson, who disappeared in 2007, is 'ongoing,' Iran said in United Nations filing
Over 40 aftershocks rattled the rural region nestled in the Alborz Mountains, and residents rushed out of their homes in fear
In June, Iran shot down an unmanned U.S. surveillance drone, which the elite Revolutionary Guards said was flying over southern Iran
Following IAEA reports on Iran's refusal to cooperate with investigation, Netanyahu calls to 'resist Iran's aggression and terror' and 'snap back sanctions'
Iran blocked a nuclear inspector from a nuclear site last week
Tehran isn't complying with international inspectors at a warehouse that was identified by Netanyahu last year, Bloomberg report indicates
Trump's top diplomat says, 'It is now time for all nations to reject this regime's nuclear extortion and take serious steps to increase pressure'
The incident at Natanz, the site of a nuclear enrichment plant, was the believed to be the first of its kind since a 2015 deal reigning in Iran's nuclear program was signed. 'There is a real concern that it will harm' future inspections, a European diplomat says.
Iran's president announced Tehran would begin injecting uranium gas into 1,044 centrifuges, the latest step away from its nuclear deal with world powers since Trump pulled out from the accord in 2018
Statement comes after Tehran announced it would start injecting uranium gas into centrifuges at its underground Fordow enrichment facility
Statement follows Iran's declaration on Monday that it launched a new batch of advanced centrifuges to accelerate uranium enrichment
President says Tehran to begin injecting uranium gas into over 1,000 centrifuges in latest step away from 2015 deal