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    1. As Iran deadline approaches, skeptics draw dueling red lines

      The Jewish Journal of Greater Los AngelesJun 30 06:18 PM

      In nuclear talks between Iran and the major powers, it’s deadline time, and skeptics on both sides are laying out red lines in a bid to shape a final deal.

    2. Laying Zero Enrichment to Rest

      Payvand Iran NewsJun 27 09:11 AM

      With the self-imposed deadline for Iran nuclear talks looming, obstacles to reaching a deal are emerging mostly from the Iranian side. The majles, or parliament, passed a bill seeking to restrain inspections on Iranian soil. More importantly, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader who has final word on all matters of state, laid out onerous conditions for a deal that, if he holds to his ...

    3. Advocates and critics of a nuclear agreement with Iran are focused on swaying opinion in Congress.

    4. Rights groups and opposition politicians say allegations that Australian border officials paid human-smugglers thousands of dollars to abandon their journey have damaged the nation's credibility. According to Indonesian police, the captain of a human-smuggling boat said Australian border personnel paid him and his crew thousands of dollars to turn their vessel around and return to Indonesia. An...

    5. The US State Department has made clear that new trade legislation will not affect its policy on Israeli settlements over the 1967 lines.

    6. The WINEP Letter and the Bipartisan Fallacy

      Payvand Iran NewsJul 02 08:10 AM

      For the past week, a letter from a varied group of policy experts has been making the rounds, mostly as a case against doing a deal with Iran. More particularly, many of these experts have been opposed to doing this deal currently being hashed out in Vienna. -Ali Gharib

    7. U.S. lawmakers lay down 'red lines' on Iran nuclear deal

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 25 11:07 AM

      By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As talks on an Iran nuclear deal enter the final stretch, U.S. lawmakers are sharpening warnings against a "weak" agreement and laying down red lines that, if crossed, could prompt Congress to trip up a carefully crafted international pact. Several influential lawmakers said they do not want to see any sanctions lifted before Tehran begins complying ...

    8. It is during Netanyahu’s time in office that BDS has made considerable headway. (Via Aljazeera)

    9. Will the real Michael Oren please stand up?

      Haaretz DailyJun 22 04:51 PM

      Oren's image as a cautious scholar-diplomat has suddenly morphed into that of a politician on a ruthless crusade against the Obama White House.

    10. The following excerpts are from remarks by Sarah Stern, founder and president of the Endowment for Middle East Truth, at the organization’s annual “Rays of Light in the Darkness” dinner on June 18. From the abandoned missile defense treaty made […] The post Stern: From a moral giant to ‘groveling’ at the feet of Iran’s ayatollahs appeared first on World Tribune .

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