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Iran Not to Negotiate on Defensive Capabilities, Ballistic Missiles, Says Hajizadeh

Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh reiterated that Tehran would never accept its defensive capabilities, specially its ballistic missiles, to come on the agenda of its nuclear talks with the world powers, FNA reported.

Iraqi Army Kills Tens of ISIL Terrorists in Anbar Province

Iraqi army backed by popular forces killed tens of Takfiri terrorists in heavy clashes in Western Anbar province.

At least 73 ISIL terrorists were killed in fierce clashes with Iraqi forces in al-Anbar.

On Monday, a military source said that at least 59 terrorists had been killed in heavy fighting between the Iraqi army and the ISIL Takfiri group in the same province.

Netanyahu’s govt more ‘frightening’ than all enemies – fmr Mossad chief

Israel is suffering the “worst crisis since its creation” under Netanyahu’s leadership, a former Mossad director told a crowd of nearly 50,000 in Tel Aviv. The anti-government rally was orchestrated and funded from abroad, said the ruling Likud party.

Delivering his keynote speech, Meir Dagan, the former Mossad director spoke of the government’s lack of vision and inability to properly direct the country surrounded by enemies.

Seven Zionist Officers Wounded in Quds Operation

Palestinian has reportedly rammed his car into a group of Israeli police forces in al-Quds (Jerusalem), injuring four security officers, Press T.V reported.

The incident took place outside an Israeli border police station on the line separating al-Quds’ west and east on Friday.

The attacker was then shot and wounded by a security guard.

Paramedics said they were treating five people for injuries after the attack.

Iran Won’t Accept Limits Without Deal, Says Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic will not accept any limitations on its nuclear program if the P5+1 group of world powers fails to reach a deal with the Islamic Republic.

 “I don’t know why people do not want to have an agreement. Because if we don’t have an agreement, then we don’t accept anything. Then we go back to the posturing of more pressure on Iran and more centrifuges. We’re not going to develop nuclear weapons. But if they put more pressure on us, they won’t get more transparency,” Zarif said in a Wednesday interview with NBC News.