Tuesday, January 14, 2020


Boris Johnson suggests 'Trump deal' to replace Iran nuclear deal Under the deal brokered in 2015, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iran agreed with China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK and the US, to restrict its nuclear program.

King of Jordan says ISIS on the rise, warns thousands of fighters moved to Libya from Syria's Idlib, spelling more trouble for EU Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) is once again on the rise in the Middle East, King Abdullah of Jordan has warned, adding that "thousands" of fighters moved from Syria to Libya - bringing the whole problem even closer to Europe.

Iran, Hizballah gird up for guerilla, rocket attacks on US forces in Iraq, rockets against Israel After recovering from the fallout of the Ukrainian jet disaster, Tehran will revert to its plan of assault on US bases across the Middle East, starting in Iraq.

Jordan Makes Thinly Veiled Threat Against Israel Jordanian King Abdullah II said he believes that after years of speculation, U.S. President Donald Trump will present a peace plan regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Middle East, and hopes that his country and the rest of the world will view the glass as "half-full."

EU states trigger dispute process with Iran for breaches of nuclear deal 'Dispute mechanism' over Tehran's walking back of commitments to 2015 pact allows 2 weeks for resolution of problems ahead of possible sanctions, although period can be extended.

PA up in arms after EU conditions aid on severing ties with terror groups The Palestinian Authority has launched a campaign to annul a new E.U. funding stipulation, claiming that the "struggle" against Israel is not terrorism, and that Palestinian institutions and organizations on the E.U. terror list are "political parties."

China Is Destroying Multilateralism; Trump Is Creating a New Order If Wang Binyang is selected in March, she will be able to bend international rules to favor her country's assault on others' technology.

Iran warns against 'destructive measures,' promises firm response as EU trio starts nuclear deal 'non-compliance' investigation Iran will firmly respond to anyone acting to damage the 2015 nuclear deal, but welcomes "good faith" measures to save it, the foreign ministry said as three EU signatories triggered a non-compliance investigation against Tehran.

Jewish, Iranian groups demand Canada list Iran military force as terrorist group Leaders from Canada's Iranian and Jewish communities have given the federal government 30 days' notice to list Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in its entirety as a terrorist organization, B'nai Brith Canada, a senior human rights advocacy organization, said in a press release.

Sanhedrin Meets With Representative of 'Ten Lost Tribes': Launches Efforts to Return them to Israel In its effort to establish an Organization of 70 Nations, the Sanhedrin reached out to an ethnic group that represents the most likely candidate to be the actual descendants of the 10 tribes of Israel that were taken away in captivity in the eighth century BCE.