Israel has never admitted to the 2007 bombing of a Syrian nuclear reactor. This is the inside story of how the facility's existence was established and how it was destroyed.
According to the New York Times, an Israeli director is seeking to turn Arnon Milchan's biography into a motion picture.
Does this country have an underlying strategy of expansion, or are its widening borders a natural consequence of the Arab-Israeli conflict? 'Borderline Choices' takes readers on a tour of some of the seminal decisions that have affected Israel's de facto map.
It is obvious that recent Obama administration rhetoric is not intended only to win re-election. It is also intended to signal to Iran that the United States stands by its word.
Explosions, deadly computer viruses and other sorts of 'accidents' - someone is targeting Iran's nuclear project: either the Western intelligence agencies, internal opposition groups, or both.
The Mossad's attitude toward journalists: Respect them, suspect them and use them.
London Times quotes Israel intelligence officials as saying that satellite images show this week's reported blast in Isfahan was 'no accident.'
According to reports, frightened residents called the fire department after the blast, forcing the city authorities to admit there had been an explosion.
Officials provide conflicting reports concerning reports of an explosion near home of key nuclear site; U.S.: We have limited ability to confirm reports 'on the ground.'
Semi-official Fars news agency says blast heard distinctly in several parts of the western Iran city; a uranium conversion plant near Isfahan went online in 2004.
German newspaper Die Welt reports that Pyongyang has provided the countries with ‘maraging steel,’ used to upgrade missiles and centrifuges.
Comment by top Iranian official comes as Intelligence Online says U.S. Congressman Mike Rogers arrives in Beirut to probe reported exposure of U.S. intel squad in Lebanon.
Israel has never claimed that there is no possibility it will change its nuclear policy one day. But for Israel that's a vision for the distant future.
Executive order signed by President Obama focuses on measures against Islamic Republic's petroleum industry, adds 11 individuals and entities for involvement in WMD program.
French President urges freezing overseas assets of Iran central bank, targeting oil industry; Netanyahu: Expected U.S. sanctions will show Tehran the dear price of nuclear ambitions.
Israeli representatives report relative calm at Vienna conference, after chief of UN's nuclear watchdog urges Mideast nations to focus on 'fresh thinking.'
U.S. national security adviser Tom Donilon tells reporters while accompanying President Barack Obama to Indonesia, that U.S., China and Russia wanted to ensure Islamic Republic does not develop nuclear weapons.
IAEA to issue more moderate condemnation, despite recent report revealing that Iran is working toward developing nuclear weapons.
Our defense minister is way off the mark when speculating about an easy war with Iran.
Explosion at a military base near Tehran that killed 17 Revolutionary Guards was an accident, says Iranian Parliament Speaker, contrary to media speculation.
Iran parliament speaker Ali Larijani denies press speculation about Israeli involvement in blast near Tehran that killed high-ranking Revolutionary Guard commander, calling it 'fiction.'
Revolutionary Guard commander killed in Saturday's munitions blast.
Head of Iranian civil defense says organizations, corporations supplied with software to help them defend themselves from new virus; earlier this year Tehran admitted the Stuxnet computer worm targeted its nuclear program.
Revolutionary Guards say blast at Shahab missile depot an 'accident'.
Explosion occurs in the village of Bidganeh where the Fifth Raad Missile Brigade, responsible for launching Shahab 3 and 4 missiles, is stationed; satellite images of the site reveal two large military bases near the village.
The IAEA's report on Iran's nuclear drive may have confirmed Jerusalem's suspicions about Tehran, but it also left in its wake a panoply of questions about what Israel, or anybody, should do next.
IAEA sources tell Haaretz that Vyacheslav Danilenko, who says worked for civilian projects in the Islamic Republic, displays a proficiency in areas linked to the production of nuclear weapons.
How soon will the Islamic Republic be able to produce nuclear weapons?
The findings and evidence illustrate - in the clearest wording ever by the IAEA - that Iran has systematically, consistently been working in the past decade to produce its first atomic bomb.
Prime Minister's Office says Israel studying report on Islamic Republic's nuclear activities, will issue response later; Netanyahu instructed ministers not to discuss report with media.