Iran optimistic as Obama capitulates

BY GABE KAHN, ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS— An Iranian envoy voiced hope on Monday that talks with the UN nuclear watchdog in mid-May would help resolve “outstanding issues.” However, Iran’s ambassador to the Vienna-based IAEA, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, again ruled out any halt to Tehran’s controversial uranium enrichment program. The International Atomic Energy Agency said on…

Most Israelis support US-led Iran strike

BY GILL HOFFMAN, JPOST— An overwhelming majority of Israelis would support America leading an international consortium of air forces in a military strike on Iran if sanctions and diplomatic talks fail, according to a Smith Research poll sponsored by The Jerusalem Post. Editor-in-chief Steve Linde announced the results of the survey at The Jerusalem Post…

Germany shows true colors on Iran

BY MICHAEL RUBIN, COMMENTARY— It’s all well and good for the Obama administration to brag about how its diplomatic approach has brought European states onboard with sanctions on Iran, but as the White House grants waivers for countries to give them more time to disentangle themselves from their Iran investments, German companies are showing they…