A confluence of trigger events could lead to an escalation of conflict in coming days.
With Donald Trump’s decision to shred the Iran nuclear agreement, it’s time for the rest of us to start thinking about what such a war in the region would mean for the world.
The attack, said to be a response to an Iranian rocket barrage on Israeli positions in the Golan Heights, is the most serious military confrontation between the two bitter enemies to date.
The Trump administration thinks it'll be easier to convince the U.S. public that it is right to pull out of the deal if the bureaucrats involved in crafting it are discredited.
Israel's prime minister is attempting to bamboozle the clueless Donald Trump into getting on a new war footing.
Israel's prime minister is complaining about Iran to several listeners, including the U.N. secretary general and Russia's president.
Israeli officials are reportedly filled with anxiety and consternation about the possibility that the regime of Bashar Assad will conquer Aleppo with Russian and Iranian help before going on to reconstitute itself.
As the great powers were certifying last weekend that Iran was in compliance with the U.N. deal permitting only civilian enrichment of uranium, the Israeli prime minister continued his attempts to knock it off track.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his circle appear to have three major concerns about Russia’s military build-up in Syria.
"The real question is: Why is the [Iran] deal being pursued?" the renowned linguist and political commentator asks in a discussion with Antonio Mora on Al-Jazeera America. "What exactly is the threat of Iran?"