* Netanyahu's Purim Warning to Iran: Like Haman, Your Plot to Annihilate Us Will Fail Too As US president Joe Biden is expected to renew the Iran nuclear deal and remove the sanctions placed upon it, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded on Tuesday to what he says is the Islamic Republic’s efforts to obtain nuclear weapons reports 0404.
Thursday, February 25, 2021
* IDF prepared to take action to stop Iran from obtaining nukes - Gantz Foreign Ministry: “Without supervision, Iran will continue to act in the dark to promote its nuclear plan.”
* The Iran nuclear deal: A springboard for a new Middle East security architecture Former Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy suggests that the Iran nuclear deal can act as a springboard for UN-based discussions on a new Middle East security architecture that is more inclusive and better prepared to address challenges.
* Iran’s Next President Is Almost Certain To Be A Hardliner, Making Biden’s Outreach To Tehran Tougher President Joe Biden’s aim of reviving the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal that his predecessor Donald Trump worked so assiduously to scupper could get harder later this year, following Iran’s own presidential election in June.
* Israel's red line: 1,000 precision missiles in Hezbollah's hands Senior defense officials divided on whether Israel should set red lines for Hezbollah's precision weapons project, or 'exploit opportunity' for a limited escalation on the northern border to target Hezbollah's precision capabilities.
* Secretive Israeli nuclear facility undergoes major project A secretive Israeli nuclear facility at the center of the nation's undeclared atomic weapons program is undergoing what appears to be its biggest construction project in decades.
* Biden: It's Okay to Finance China's Military Wall Street wants to finance the enemy, and the Biden administration is opening the door wide.... Beijing views the U.S. financial community as its channel to influence the highest levels of the American political system.
* U.S. puts Jerusalem consulate issue off until after Israel's election The State Department is putting plans to reopen the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem on hold until after Israel's March 23 elections, sources familiar with the matter tell me.
* Why doesn’t the EU hit Russia harder? Earlier this week the European Union agreed to slap sanctions on a handful of senior Russian officials over the jailing of top Putin critic Alexei Navalny.
* Rabbis blast US ‘Equality Act’ for calling Bible ‘bigoted’, attacking religious values “It is outrageous that Congress would declare us bigoted for simply maintaining our time-honored traditions,” said Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer, chairman of the CJV Rabbinic Circle.
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