Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Get the Daily
Briefing by Email



As Hopes for Nuclear Deal Fade, Iran Rebuilds and Risks Grow:  David E. Sanger, Steven Erlanger,Arnaz Fassihi and Lara Jakes, NY Times, Nov. 21, 2021 —  Over the past 20 months, Israeli intelligence operatives have assassinated Iran’s chief nuclear scientist and triggered major explosions at four Iranian nuclear and missile facilities, hoping to cripple the centrifuges that produce nuclear fuel and delay the day when Tehran’s new government might be able to build a bomb.
US Warns Israel: Stop Striking Iranian Nuclear Sites:  Donna Rachel Edmunds, WIN, Nov. 22, 2021 — The Biden administration has attempted to warn Israel against attacking Iran’s nuclear sites, insisting that such action is “counterproductive.” Israel has dismissed the warning, saying it will continue working to prevent Tehran from achieving nuclear capability.

Iran’s Stockpile of Near-Weapons-Grade Nuclear Fuel Grows, U.N. Finds:  Laurence Norman, WSJ, Nov. 17, 2021

Iran – the anti-US Ripple Effect:  Yoram Ettinger, The Ettinger Report, Nov. 16, 2021

Biden Cannot Let Pursuit of Iran Nuclear Deal Lead to a ‘Munich Moment’:  Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, The Hill, Nov. 19, 2021

How Biden might tackle the Iran deal – Axios

Strike on U.S. Base Was Iranian Response to Israeli Attack, Officials Say: Eric Schmitt and Ronen Bergman, NY Times, Nov. 18, 2021  

For Further Reference:

Amid Ongoing Cyberwar, Iran Uses New Tactic: Doxing Israeli Foes Judah Ari Gross, Times of Israel, Nov. 17, 2021 Iran on Wednesday released the name, photograph, phone number and home address of an Israeli cyber security expert who specializes in Iranian hacking efforts — its latest gambit in an ongoing cyberwar.
Scoop: U.S. Floats Interim Iran Nuclear Deal:  Barak Ravid, Axios, Nov. 17, 2021 — National security adviser Jake Sullivan raised with his Israeli counterpart the idea of an interim agreement with Iran to buy more time for nuclear negotiations, three Israeli and U.S. sources tell me.
Iran’s Raisi Says Assets Frozen Abroad Now Available i24 News, Nov. 17, 2021 — Sanctions imposed by the United States resulted in a freeze of Iran’s assets abroad, worth billions Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi declared during a session in Iran’s parliament that the country now has access to its previously frozen financial assets being held abroad, according to a report from Iran’s media.
Iran Developing Domestic Air-Defense Systems As Israeli Electronic Warfare Tech Evolves: Yaakov Lappin, JNS, Nov. 18, 2021 — Iran’s domestic weapons industries are developing their own air-defense systems, which are being deployed not only around the Islamic Republic’s nuclear sites but also likely in the wider region as well.

Donate CIJR

Become a CIJR Supporting Member!

Most Recent Articles

« Nous voulons faire de l’Ukraine un Israël européen »

12 juillet 2022 971 vues 3 La reconstruction de l’Ukraine doit également porter sur la numérisation des institutions étatiques. C’est ce qu’a déclaré le ministre...

Israël-Hezbollah – La réponse est brillante mais insuffisante

5 juillet 2022, Interception de drones du Hezbollah : « Les dilemmes posés aux décideurs » Samedi, nos forces, qui comprenaient des navires lance-missiles et un avion...

Premier discours de Lapid – premières réactions du Likoud

Par Rav Henri Kahn - 3 juillet 2022 Le parti Likoud répond ce soir (samedi) par 5 critiques au discours « je crois » prononcé par le Premier ministre Yair...

Elections israéliennes : tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sans jamais oser...

   Jean-Patrick Grumberg   Israel24/, 1 juillet 2022   Au cours de l’été, primaires dans trois partis Likoud (centre droit), Avoda (socialiste) et Meretz (extrême gauche) qui ne conduit pas...

Subscribe Now!

Subscribe now to receive the
free Daily Briefing by email

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

  • Subscribe to the Daily Briefing

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.