The explosions that occurred two days ago apparently destroyed a facility suspected throughout the past decade as part of an Iranian program for developing chemical weapons and producing fuel for surface-to-surface missiles
Washington Post reports that Obama is inclined to support the transfer of weapons to rebels in Syria, after ensuring they do not belong to terror organizations
Iran has a rich past when it comes to deceiving the world in hiding the illegitimate military components of its nuclear program under the umbrella of "peaceful purposes". Why should we believe the regime in Tehran now?
The advanced system allows for intelligence analysis and cyber protection supportive of all stages of intelligence processes. The deal is estimated at approximately $40 million
A commentary by Amir Rapaport: what is the price that Israel will pay for the systems that it is about to receive in the wake of Chuck Hagel's visit?
British Sunday Times reports that Israel's National Security Advisor Amidror to meet with Turkish officials to convince them to allow the stationing of a base and training facilities in Turkish territory in exchange for advanced technologies
Iran inaugurates new uranium processing plant as it marks its 'Nuclear Day'. The US intends to station a new laser system for interception UAVs and reconnaissance vessels in the Persian Gulf
Satellite photography of the Yongbyong reactor point to the fact that despite North Korean statements that it has been inactive since 2007, work was carried out at the reactor in recent years. View the satellite photos
Against the backdrop of the talks between Iran and the West on the topic of Iran’s nuclear program, expected to be renewed next week, the IAEA is concerned that Iran is continuing covert efforts for the development of nuclear weapons
One does not have to be an analyst to predict the nature of the relations between Turkey and Israel after the two have “patched things up” - it’s enough to look at previous examples and know Erdogan’s opinions. Nitzan Nuriel puts things into perspective
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