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...e, but added that the Palestinians would not dictate what shape it would take.   The 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement negotiated by the so-called P5+1 — the five permanent members of the ...

... differing perspectives on a range of issues. This was also the case in 2011. However, in the runup to the nuclear agreement signed with Iran in 2015, and particularly further to Netanyahu’s add...

3. Meet the new MK: Nurit Koren
(News Room/News - 2015)
...g years. The prime minister must take care of Israel's existential interest, to oppose Iran from getting a nuclear weapon and warn the world against it. Many in the US support the prime minister's way...

...st Bank during his term in office as though it were a daring move behind enemy lines to thwart the Iranian nuclear program. Netanyahu, like a typical politician (in the worst sense of the word) has ch...

...lection victory in Iran or the interim agreement between the world powers and Tehran on the latter’s nuclear program, Israel’s response once again was negative, broadcast panic, and relate...

...es, would be an act of self-destruction for their nation, especially while they believe Iran is pursuing a nuclear weapons programme.  Which is why the diplomatic breakthrough over Iran’s n...

...disconnected from reality” for setting the Palestinian issue above the threat posed by a potentially nuclear Iran, despite this not being Diskin’s position. Suggesting he was making a fals...

8. Netanyahu's diplomatic vacuum
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...Palestinian issue has completely vanished from the agenda, replaced with the struggle against Iran’s nuclear program.   Now that the world is losing interest in the Iranian nuclear prog...

...unsolved Israeli-Palestinian conflict represent an existential threat which is far graver than the Iranian nuclear project for our future as a people in our country. And I am here, because I am conv...

...t solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict present a greater existential threat to Israel than the Iranian nuclear project   On We...

... have already crossed it.   The issue may not seem as urgent to the Israeli public as the Iranian nuclear program, which has become, with the help of our leaders, a central focus of discussio...

12. Obama's Visit an Opportunity
(News Room/News 2013)
...come to power in Egypt, Syria would still be mired in a bloody civil war, and Iran would still be pursuing nuclear capabilities and hegemony in the Persian Gulf. The major challenges in the Middle E...

13. Romney vs. Obama on the Peace Process
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...uot;red line" back firmly in line with Netanyahu, lowering the threshold for a U.S. war to an Iranian nuclear "capability." But rejecting the "capability" red line makes for s...

...low international sanctions and diplomacy to run their course. The American pledge to keep Iran from going nuclear should be taken seriously by Israel, he says. Even if a military strike on Iran becom...

...ntion from Iran just when the world is bearing down with sanctions and negotiations to curb Tehran’s nuclear program. It would also draw attention to a dispiriting anomaly: that a state founded ...

...sp; In Jerusalem yesterday, Mr Netanyahu said he and Mr Putin were in agreement that Iran should not get nuclear weapons. Russian President Vladimir Putin visit the region thsi week  ...

...   If the Baghdad talks on Iran's uranium enrichment program lead to an agreement and the Iranian nuclear project is taken off the international agenda, the Palestinian issue will be awarded ...

...sp; At a recent briefing in Washington, a prominent scholar observed that the crisis over Iran’s nuclear program is similar to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in that the contours of a neg...

...adowed by the debate between Israel and Washington over a possible military strike on Iran due to Tehran's nuclear program.   The Palestinians have struggled to make their voice heard in rece...

20. An Existential Threat that's not Iran
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...en the government speaks daily about the existential threat from Iran, and urges an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities, it ignores the existential threat that looms within. Reactionary elements...

...festations of anti-Semitism. Rather, they went to muster political support for opposing the acquisition of nuclear arms by Iran, which openly threatens Israel with extermination.   Iran is no...

...shed article)    “I have said that when it comes to preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, I will take no options off the table, and I mean what I say.” – P...

...ll or collapse; and now with the increase of chances of a regional war against the backdrop of the Iranian nuclear project, while going through the attempt to control the upcoming structure for a regi...

...it. It would also enable the United States and Europe to act against Iran's intention to obtain a military nuclear capability. This capability would entail an arms race and a change in the regional ba...

...t negotiations with Israel on various channels, and meekly swallowed the humiliation of the bombing of his nuclear facilities that foreign media reports have attributed to the long arm of Israel. &n...

26. B.E., Before Egypt. A.E., After Egypt
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... remarked Mark Heller, a Tel Aviv University strategist. “And it is happening right at a moment when nuclearization of the region hangs in the air.” This is a perilous time for Israel, a...

27. Good News From the Middle East (Really)
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...a final status agreement for the whole of the Palestinian people. It is also argued that the threat of a nuclear Iran, and the support to Hamas and other extremists provided by Tehran, makes a deal ...

28. Please, Not Again
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...  One much-discussed way in which war might arise stems from the apparent desire of Iran to acquire nuclear weapons at any cost, and Israel’s apparent desire to stop Iran at any cost. But...

29. Which campaign to wage?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ampaign as an existential threat to the State of Israel, second only, some say, to Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons. Hence, the inauguration of what appears likely to be a no-holds-barred effor...

30. An American Jolt for the Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ional engagement on the peace process can carry powerful benefits for regional challenges like the Iranian nuclear program.   A clearer U.S. declaration is also the surest way to protect pros...

31. Diplomacy’s Darkest Hours
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...l Islam - Hamas and Hizbollah, for example.   Meanwhile, Iran’s unstoppable rush to develop nuclear weapons could prove to be a monument to the international community’s failure t...

...ntives. Despite their cost, the F-35s will help preserve Israel's margin of security at a time when Iran's nuclear program remains unchecked. The question, however, is whether the administration's ini...

33. Politics Over Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...o attack Iran. “If the international community, led by the United States, hopes to stop Iran’s nuclear program without resorting to military action, it will have to convince Iran that it i...

34. Biden: U.S. Opposes Unilateral Moves
(News Room/News - 2010)
...nited States was committed to Israel's security and would do all it could to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon – peace between Israel and its neighbors must be guaranteed in the long ...

35. Just Knock It Off
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... openly expressed the hope that it be wiped off the map. And that same country, Iran, is trying to build a nuclear weapon. Israel is the only country I know of in the Middle East that has unilaterally...

...: in Baghdad, in Beirut and in Gaza. And at the same time it’s still pursuing its efforts to acquire nuclear weapons capabilities. I think that the leaders in the region are conscious of that, a...

...Syria ending its support for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah and Iran turning back its controversial nuclear program.   "It will take about half the impetus in the whole world &mda...

...tant in all of Obama's one-on-one meetings with world leaders this week is the push to curtail the Iranian nuclear program, and in his speech the president again called on Tehran to confirm the "...

39. Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...is Iran. Tehran supplies the missiles to both Hizballah and Hamas and is closing in on the capacity to put nuclear warheads on its own long-range missiles. It is that danger that consumes Netanyahu, n...

40. August 2011
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... target date. Coincidentally or not, August 2011 is also when Iran will be capable of assembling its first nuclear bomb, according to American intelligence.   There is no doubt: It's going to...

41. Is Israel's Legitimacy Under Challenge?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...threat, believed to be motivated by anti-Semitism, is a greater danger to the country's existence than the nuclear threat from Iran. Most Israelis, particularly the present government, have been bli...

42. Why Israel keeps moving to the right
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...tactics: whenever the question of Israel's settlement policy comes up, he diverts attention to the Iranian nuclear threat. He argues that the world is facing a situation similar to 1938, and that its ...

43. Tough Road Ahead in Middle East
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... Israel, the Palestinians, and their Arab neighbors. All sides are threatened by Iranian progress toward a nuclear weapons capability, terrorism and the proliferation of and advanced conventional capa...

... our history. And the single most important threat to Israel -- Iran, and its potential possession of a nuclear weapon -- has been my number one foreign policy priority over the course of the last...

45. Obama to host Israeli PM
(News Room/News - 2010)
...ve against the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip to halt rocket attacks.   Also on the agenda will be Iran's nuclear ambitions and Gaza, where Israel has eased a four-year blockade following pressure af...

46. Mr. Netanyahu at the White House
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...sident Obama has made a serious effort when it comes to Israel’s main security concern, Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Obama rightly recognizes the threat to Israel and this country. He and h...

...on-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference.   Review Conference participants have decided that the nuclear reactors in Dimona and Sorek should be brought under the international inspection reg...

48. Saving Israel from Itself
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... make its leaders focused above all on two things: an Arab-Israeli treaty and pressure on Iran to drop its nuclear program.   These aren’t easy, and a Palestinian-Israeli deal may be im...

49. Israel and the Blockade
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
... Obama administration to persuade the United Nations Security Council to put new sanctions on Iran’s nuclear program — which Israeli officials insist is their top priority.   The ...

50. Fallout from the Gaza Interdiction
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...standing as a bulwark against Israeli aggression and excessive use of force. Following on the heels of the nuclear deal with Iran, Turkey is clearly gearing up for a larger role in the region. &nbsp...

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