The newly elected president of Argentina said he will cancel the agreement signed with Iran to jointly investigate the 1994 attack on the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, as he vowed during the campaign.
Federation leaders are loudly proclaiming that the feud over the Iran deal is done and dusted. That may be true but J.J. Goldberg writes that the Jewish umbrella charities face a much more dire threat.
Israel and the American Jewish establishment fought furiously against the nuclear deal that Wendy Sherman forged with Iran as America’s key negotiator.
The anonymous advertisements started soon after U.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler announced he would support the Iran nuclear agreement in September.
Alisa Robbins Doctoroff, 57, president of UJA-Federation of New York, found her name in bold letters in an ad campaign threatened by right-wing activists. Her crime? Supporting the New Israel Fund, a liberal organization that funds civil society programs in Israel.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon acknowledged that disputes between Israel and the U.S. over the Iran nuclear deal are over.
Israel violated Iranian airspace in 2012 in what U.S. officials interpreted as a dry run for a strike on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear facilities, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Washington has suggested supplying MOPs, bunker-busting bombs that will allow Israel to defend itself in case Iran ‘cheats’ on the nuclear deal. But providing these weapons may not be as easy or as desirable as it first seemed.
Iran’s conservative-dominated parliament passed a bill on Tuesday approving its nuclear deal with world powers, signaling victory for the government over hardline opponents who worry the accord opens a door to wider rapprochement with the West.
Israel and Iran exchanged sharp criticisms at a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly’s disarmament committee on Friday, accusing each other of being a major destabilizing force in the Middle East.