The Mossad has spent years on a propaganda campaign aimed at convincing the world Iran possessed a nuclear weapons program – and legitimizing its assassinations of Iranian academics, Gareth Porter reports.
RAY McGOVERN: New York Times Deploys Heavy Gun to Back ‘Intel’ on Russian Bounties
After examining his record, New York Times readers should be skeptical of anything David Sanger writes, including his latest artful works of deception.
The Escalating Crisis Over Iran’s Nuclear Inspections
An IAEA resolution based on questionable Israeli intelligence has sparked a crisis with Iran that could spin out of control, warns Scott Ritter.
Israel Leverages Dubious ‘Nuclear Archives’ to Re-Enlist IAEA in Campaign Against Iran
The International Atomic Energy Agency has once again lent itself to the political interests of the United States and Israel, writes Gareth Porter.
The Tragedy of Benjamin Netanyahu
In presenting no new information about Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program, the Israeli prime minister is actually undermining his own country’s security, argues Trita Parsi.
What Did Israel Bomb in the Syrian Desert in 2007?
Israel last month admitted that it was responsible for bombing a building in Syria in 2007 that it says was a nuclear reactor under construction but there are strong doubts about what the building was for, argues Ted Snider.