Israel confirms 200 Syrian strikes in 18 months
France24 reports that an Israeli military official said Tuesday the army had carried out some 200 strikes in Syria over the past 18 months against mainly Iranian targets, a rare confirmation of such action.
Israel signals possible attack on Iran in Iraq
Dan Williams writes in Reuters that Israel signaled on Monday that it could attack suspected Iranian military assets in Iraq, as it has done with scores of air strikes in war-torn Syria.
Israel broadens its Syria involvement to target Iran
Natasha Turak writes in CNBC that Iran has issued a threat against Israel following last weekend's attack on an Iranian drone base in Syria.
Was Mohammad-Javad Larijani being controversial?
US media have accused Iran of supporting al-Qaeda by citing statements made by Mohammad Javad Larijani.
A report on Iran Israel military capabilities
In an analytical report comparing the military capabilities of Iran and Israel, Newsweek wrote: Relations between Israel and Iran are at breaking point. The multinational nuclear deal signed with Iran is on the verge of collapsing—partly thanks to Israeli lobbying against it. Iranian leaders have warned that if it fails, the country will resume its uranium enrichment program, a step Israel considers a threat to its very existence.
Israel: We attacked Iran's positions in Syria
The Israeli army attacked the northern part of Quneitra Province in Syria last night, which was faced with a reaction from the Syrian army's air defense.
Hezbollah wins Lebanon elections
Although the Lebanese parliamentary election results have not been finalized, but it seems none of the parties have an absolute majority in parliament and must form a coalition with other factions in order to decide the election of the parliament speaker and prime minister, give the new cabinet the vote of confidence, and other issues requiring a two-thirds majority vote.
Hariri: Seeking best ties with Iran
In an interview with Paris Match, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad El-Din Rafik Al-Hariri has said: “Lebanon is seeking to have the best ties with Iran, especially in the economic domain. But, this must be based on the mutual interests of both countries.”