Tehran's supreme leader warns of the fall of 'enemies of humanity' amid tense standoff with the U.S.
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The possibility of closing the Bab al-Mandab and Hormuz straits pose a threat no less serious than others coming from Tehran and Hezbollah
Stuxnet, which is widely believed to have been developed by the United States and Israel, was discovered in 2010 after it was used to attack a uranium enrichment facility at Iran's Natanz nuclear site
Saudi Arabia said on Monday that two of its oil tankers were among those attacked off the coast of the Emirates
Yuval Steinitz, a close Netanyahu ally in the Likud, warned on Sunday of possible direct or proxy Iranian attacks on Israel should the stand-off between Tehran and Washington escalate
The U.S. is not initiating hostilities. It is not bullying Iran. It is responding to Tehran’s recent threats – and to years of lying and cheating about its nuclear capabilities. The aim of Trump's maximum pressure on Iran is negotiations, not war
If the next 60-day deadline passes without action, President Rouhani says Iran will resume higher uranium enrichment
Netanyahu argued the warehouse showed Tehran still sought to obtain nuclear weapons, despite the nuclear deal
Two Iranian nationals were arrested in Buenos Aires Saturday morning, Argentinian daily reports ■ Interpol confirms Israeli identities don't correspond to real people
Iran and Israel would never volunteer to place crucial national security interests in the Kremlin's hands. But they need a third party to umpire their conflict in Syria – and there’s no other option
Likud and Netanyahu have been trying to tarnish Benny Gantz in a variety of ways, including the spreading of false information. The use of material hacked by an enemy state would be a serious escalation
Is Netanyahu really worried about (former) defense officials being hacked, or is he only interested in reaping political capital?
Gonen Segev, who was caught trying to smuggle ecstasy into Israel in 2004, admitted the charge in a plea deal
Also speaking at Munich Security Conference, Qatari foreign minister says no ties with Israel until Palestinian issue resolved
At a rally celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution, a senior Iranian commander threatened to 'raze Tel Aviv to the ground' if the U.S. attacks
At a rally celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution, marchers burned American flags and carried cut outs of dogs sporting the faces of Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump
'If these actions continue, we will activate some calculated measures... to teach a lesson to the criminal and lying rulers of Israel'
The IDF account tweeted a map of the Middle East with arrows over Iran pointing to the words, 'Where Iran belongs,' and other arrows pointing to Syria with the words, 'Where Iran is'
The Arrow 3 is considered the next generation of defense systems, capable of attacking targets at from great distances and heights at a much higher speed
Sunday's escalation in Damascus shows what happens when the two global powers' inaction create a vacuum in the Middle East
Recent developments cast Israel's self-aggrandizement regarding military action against Tehran in Syria in a dubious light
Gonen Segev, who was caught trying to smuggle ecstasy into Israel in 2004, found guilty of aggravated espionage. Shin Bet: He gave Iran state information from his stint in cabinet
Spat between Turkey and U.S. over American support for Kurds played into Putin's hands ■ Taking aim at social media, Erdogan cracks down on ‘terror’
The Sahand, which Tehran released into Gulf waters Saturday, boasts of improvements from previous models such as ship-to-land and ship-to-air rockets
Tehran is quietly feeding propaganda through some 98 websites to 25 countries in what the CEO of an Israeli cybersecurity firm calls 'an unusual effort to create a global shift in the public's consciousness'
President refers to Israel as a 'fake regime' and claims the U.S. cultivates close ties with 'regional Muslim nations' to protect Israel
Make Food, Not War Israeli and Iranian Culinary Stars Embrace Collaboration (And Pomegranate Molasses)
Mutual admiration was on the menu when Ottolenghi met the author of ‘Salt Fat Acid Heat’ Samin Nosrat in California recently to share secrets from the kitchen
Arrested three times in her native Iran, London-based Golazin Ardestani refuses to apologize for her music or lifestyle – or collaborating with Israeli songwriter Idan Raichel
Education Minister Bennett thanks Trump 'for Making The Ayatollahs Scared Again' ■ Netanyahu praises inclusion of SWIFT banking system in sanctions
Accusation comes as U.S. reimposes broad sanctions on Iran once lifted by nuclear deal