A War with Iran sooner rather than later — Netanyahu

A War with Iran sooner rather than later — Netanyahu

Some experts believe Trump will pull out of the agreement concluded in 2015 under his predecessor Barack Obama, and which he has harshly criticised. Some talk openly about leaving the country for anywhere else.

"Of course we are looking at all eventualities".

'Chutzpah' is a wonderful Yiddish word that means outrageous nerve, or unmitigated gall. Everybody is afraid of the future - even myself. Johnson said the agreement is imperfect, but could be mitigated. He was one of the key figures in planning and reaching the Iran deal.

Trump says that unless European allies rectify "flaws" in Tehran´s deal with world powers by May 12 he will refuse to extend US sanctions relief for Iran. Given the Israelis have taken the step to bring the intelligence war out into the open, we are likely to see new and open confrontations, even if by proxy.

"We think it's a good deal", Darroch said.

Added Rhodes in a comment to The Observer, "digging up dirt on someone for carrying out their professional responsibilities in their positions as White House officials is a chillingly authoritarian thing to do".

Iran President Hassan Rouhani warned the United States on Sunday that it would be a "historic mistake" if the nation abandons the nuclear deal. Banks remain saddled with massive bad loans from the sanctions era.

"Our path is quite clear".

Overthrowing Iran's Islamic Republic would leave Israel the unchallenged power in the Mideast. "This is the main problem".

The ambassador explained that the United Kingdom had some ideas about assuaging these concerns. "If we are strong enough internally, nobody can hit us from the outside, but unfortunately our problems arise from the internal system". "My view is. that he will get rid of this deal on his own, for domestic reasons", Macron said at the time. Iranians also have criticized him for calling the Persian Gulf "the Arabian Gulf".

On Thursday Ali Akbar Velayati, the foreign policy adviser to Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, warned Tehran would quit the nuclear deal if the US withdraws. "It should never have been concluded". On Sunday, the company denied having done any such work, with a spokesperson telling Haaretz that "Black Cube had nothing to do with this", and that any claims to the contrary were "false". Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said the documents produced by Israel were a rehash of old allegations already dealt with by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN's nuclear watchdog. He also seems to be hopeful that the threat of military action, either US or Israeli, will deter Iran from resuming its nuclear activities. However, Israeli officials have repeatedly said they will not allow Iran's military consolidation in Syria or allow weapons to be transferred to the Lebanese-based Iranian proxy, Hezbollah.

The Wall Street Journal reported last month that Israel had informed the United States about plans for the attack on T-4 before it happened. The EU can use those regulations to prohibit European companies from complying with some U.S. sanctions.

But on the last day of his visit, Macron told reporters that he didn't think he'd succeeded.