Israel: Russia Must Not Supply Missiles To Iran

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 20, 2015 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made the following remarks at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting: “Israel views with utmost gravity the supply of S-300 missiles from Russia to Iran, especially at a time when Iran is stepping up its aggression… Read More »

Rivlin: From Auschwitz To Iran, Jews Will Not Surrender

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 15, 2015 … Israel President Reuven Rivlin this evening at Yad Vashem, addressed the official ceremony marking the commencement of Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day. “We stand here tonight, in painful silence at Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day,”… Read More »

AIPAC Proud Of Senate Foreign Relations Committee Iran Vote

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Washington, D.C. — April 14, 2015 … AIPAC congratulated the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee today for unanimously adopting the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 (S.615). In a statement released by AIPAC, the pro-Israel organization stated that this critical bipartisan legislation, authored by Sens. Bob Corker (R-TN) and… Read More »

Netanyahu: No Inspections, No Sanctions Means No Iran Deal

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 13, 2015 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has issued the following statement: “In the last few days, Iran has shown again why it can’t be trusted. Iran insists on maintaining its formidable nuclear capabilities with which it could produce nuclear bombs. Iran insists on removing… Read More »

Israel: Iran Nuclear Deal, Like North Korea, Designed To Fail

North Korea has conducted a total of three nuclear tests, in 2006, 2009 and 2013. By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency  Jerusalem, Israel — April 5, 2015 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was interviewed today on ABC, CNN and NBC. He stated that the nuclear agreement with Iran was a dream deal for Iran but a nightmare… Read More »

Israel Offers Condolences, Aid To Kenya After Christian Massacre

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 5, 2015 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke today with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and conveyed his condolences – on behalf of the citizens of Israel – in wake of the reprehensible Islamic terrorist attack that was perpetrated in Kenya. Prime Minister Netanyahu told Kenyan… Read More »

“The Survival of Israel is Non-Negotiable”

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 4, 2015 … Part of the following was communicated by the Prime Minister’s Office to the Israel News Agency. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued the following statement: “I just came from a meeting of the Israeli cabinet. We discussed the proposed framework for a deal… Read More »

France, Germany Leave Talks As Iran Threatens US, Israel

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 1, 2015 … The deadline for achieving a framework agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program has come and gone. France and Germany have left the negotiations stating “things had not advanced enough for an immediate deal.” As Obama continues to beg for any kind of agreement… Read More »

Israel, US Allies Feel Obama Is Abandoning Them for Iran

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — March 31, 2015 … Part of the following was communicated by the Prime Minister’s Office to the Israel News Agency. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today addressed the opening of the 20th Knesset. “The greatest threat to our security and to our future was and remains Iran’s effort to arm… Read More »

UN Ignores Murder of Christians in Arab States

New York, New York — March 31, 2015 … The United Nations is turning a blind eye to the murder of Christians and other minorities in the Arab world, said Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor. “In 2013, three Iranian Christians were caught selling Bibles, found guilty of ‘crimes against state security,’ and… Read More »