News and updates about Iran

Gantz: Iran continues to try and establish itself in Syria and in the Golan in particular

Defense Minister Benny Gantz: Iran has carried out over 16 attacks on civilian targets in the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf in five years.

'Iran continues to try and establish itself in Syria'

Iranian midfielder’s childhood friend killed by security forces for cheering loss to US

One of many Iranians protesting regime shot in the head for celebrating after World Cup loss to the US.

Iranian midfielder’s friend killed for cheering loss to US teamplayer

Applaud noble people standing up to Chinese, Iranian and Russian tyrants

It's easy to mock democratic freedoms and support nefarious terror grouups from an academic ivory tower or luxury penthouse. Op-ed.

Noble people standing up to Chinese, Iranian and Russian tyrants

Lapid on the Iranian threat: Along with our partners, we will act as we see fit

Prime Minister participates in joint drill of US and Israeli air forces, observed various strategies for dealing with threats from Iran.

'Along with our partners, we will act as we see fit'

Iran sentences four to death for 'cooperating with Israel'

The four are suspected of kidnapping Iranian officials.

Iran sentences four to death for 'cooperating with Israel'

Watch: Anti-regime fan arrested after Iran's World Cup loss

Violent clashes took place after Iran was ousted from the tournament by the US.

Watch: Anti-regime fan arrested after Iran's World Cup lossplayer

IRGC Deputy Commander claims: We arrested a number of spy agents linked to the US

Iranian military chief says a number of people have been arrested for contact with US intelligence services during the recent riots.

'We arrested a number of spy agents linked to the US'

US knocks Iran out of World Cup

United States defeats Iran 1-0, knocking the Islamic Republic out of the tournament and advancing to the knockout stage.

US knocks Iran out of World Cup

Iran told Thailand it won’t attack Israeli tourists

Israeli Foreign Ministry cable details pledge by Iran not to attack Israeli tourists visiting Thailand.

Iran told Thailand it won’t attack Israeli tourists

Iran threatening to torture soccer players' families

Tehran reportedly using relatives of its World Cup team players as insurance policy against 'misbehavior,' including refusal to sing anthem.

Iran threatening to torture soccer players' families

Iran claims: US still sending messages on resumption of nuclear talks

The indirect talks between the US and Iran have been on hold after US officials said the efforts have “hit a wall”.

'US still sending messages on resumption of nuclear talks'

Iran: We will have no cooperation with UN probe of protests

Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman rejects independent UN investigation as a "political committee".

'We will have no cooperation with UN probe of protests'

US Soccer Federation removes emblem from Iranian flag

US Soccer displays Iranian flag on social media without emblem of Islamic Republic.

US Soccer Federation removes emblem from Iranian flag

Iran: Niece of Supreme Leader arrested after criticizing regime

Iranian authorities arrest Farideh Moradkhani after she recorded video describing the authorities as a "murderous and child-killing regime".

Niece of Supreme Leader arrested after criticizing regime

Israel preparing for Iranian retaliation for elimination of senior IRGC officer

Iran has blamed Israel for death of officer Daoud Jaafari in Syria last week.

Israel preparing for retaliation for elimination of IRGC officer

Op-ed: Is Regime Change in Iran a distinct possibility?

If regime change does not happen in Iran it is a failure of the West to capitalize on a very significant opportunity.

Is Regime Change in Iran a distinct possibility?

Iran releases soccer player arrested for criticizing regime

Iranian authorities release on bail soccer player Voria Ghafouri, who was detained after speaking out in support of protests.

Iran releases soccer player arrested for criticizing regime

Iran's leader: Protesters are thugs

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei praised Iran’s Basij paramilitary force for its role in the deadly crackdown on protesters

Iran's leader: Protesters are thugs

Iran condemns UNHRC probe of protest crackdown

Iran's Foreign Ministry says it does not recognize fact-finding mission the UNHRC voted to form.

Iran condemns UNHRC probe of protest crackdown

AJC praises UNHRC decision to investigate human rights abuses in Iran

American Jewish Committee applauds decision by UNHRC members to establish 'independent international fact-finding mission' on Iran.

AJC praises UNHRC decision to investigate abuses in Iran

UNHRC condemns Iran crackdown, votes in favor of fact-finding mission

UN Human Rights Council passes resolution condemning Iran's crackdown on protests and calling for independent fact-finding mission.

UNHRC condemns Iran crackdown, votes on fact-finding mission

Israeli officials to receive greater security while abroad

Security officials, especially Mossad officials, believed to be at greater risk from Iran.

Israeli officials to receive greater security while abroad

Iran arrests popular soccer player for criticizing regime

Iran places former national team member in custody for 'propagandizing against the government' amid uproar over crackdown on protests.

Iran arrests popular soccer player for criticizing regime

London school children filmed singing song about murdering Jews

Song about apocalyptic final battle where Jews will be massacred sung by children as young as 8 at British school linked to Iranian regime.

London school children filmed singing song about murdering Jews

Tehran Jewish community condemns Iran protests, supports regime

Main organization of Tehran's Jewish community publishes letter voicing support for regime as protests continue.

Tehran Jewish community condemns Iran protests, supports regime

Iran breached Israel's security system in camera hack

Security footage of Jerusalem bombing stolen by Iranian hackers belonged to large Israeli security firm.

Iran breached Israel's security system in camera hack

Iranian hackers publish footage of Jerusalem bombing

Iranian group which claimed responsibility for activating air raid sirens claims it has control over Jerusalem's security cameras.

Iranian hackers publish footage of Jerusalem bombingplayer

B’nai Brith warns Iran issuing threats against Canadians

Advocacy org calls on Ottawa to enact foreign agent registry similar to other western nations.

B’nai Brith warns Iran issuing threats against Canadians

Iran: Israel behind assassination of senior commander

The IRGC claims Israel behind assassination of senior officer in Syria.

Iran: Israel behind assassination of senior commander

Iran's missiles keep Russian invasion of Ukraine alive

Iran's drones and rockets targeting population centers provide a testing ground for weapons that could be used in an attack on Israel.Op-ed.

Iran's missiles keep Russian invasion of Ukraine alive

UNHRC to consider probe of Iran's crackdown on protests

UN Human Rights Council to host special session, discuss deteriorating human rights situation in Iran.

UNHRC to consider probe of Iran's crackdown on protests

Britain, France and Germany condemn Iran's uranium enrichment

Britain, France and Germany blast Iran after it announced it is enriching uranium to 60 percent at Fordow.

Britain, France and Germany condemn Iran's uranium enrichment

Iran's rabbi speaks: 'No danger to Judaism in Iran'

Rabbi Yehuda Grami of Iran says Jewish community is growing, speaks about the challenges of Jewish life in Iran.

Iran's rabbi speaks: 'No danger to Judaism in Iran'

Kochavi: US agrees we are at critical point in time on Iranian threat

IDF Chief of Staff holds professional meetings at White House and Pentagon, largely on US-Israeli efforts to combat Iranian threat.

Kochavi: US agrees we are at critical point on Iranian threat

The likelihood of regime change in Iran

The question is "how many lives must be lost to get the world's awareness?".There are ways to help the protesters. Op-ed

The likelihood of regime change in Iran

Iran enriching uranium to 60 percent

Iran ratchets up uranium enrichment efforts in response to IAEA condemnation.

Iran enriching uranium to 60 percent

IAEA Director-General: Iran has enough enriched uranium for more than one nuclear device

IAEA chief Rafael Grossi says Iran can make a nuclear bomb but there is no indication it currently has a nuclear weapons program.

'Iran has enough material for more than one nuclear device'

Watch: Iranian soccer players refuse to sing national anthem at World Cup

The move appears to be a protest against the Iranian government's crackdown on demonstrators.

Iranian soccer players refuse to sing anthem at World Cupplayer

Ottawa urged to rename street outside former site of Iranian Embassy after Mahsa Amini

B’nai Brith calls on Canadian capital to rename street near site owned by Iran after 22-year old who died at hands of Iranian police.

Ottawa urged to rename street after Mahsa Amini

Watch: Iranian soccer fan talks to Israeli news station

'Many of our fans hope the national team loses in the World Cup because of the way the regime is conducting himself,' he says.

Watch: Iranian soccer fan talks to Israeli news stationplayer