• A Russian newspaper confirmed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Moscow Monday. It went on to speculate that the secret visit indicated an imminent Israeli attack on Iran. [JPost]
• The Spanish Foreign Minister—his country hosted the original talks that led to the Oslo accord—reported that Syrian President Bashar Assad wants to talk peace. [Haaretz]
• American Jewish leaders will converge on Washington, D.C., today to push for an Iran sanctions bill. [JPost]
• A former Mossad chief said on a radio program that only a military attack can stop Iran from building a nuclear bomb. [Haaretz]
• Israel-affilited group Masa, which runs programs for foreign Jews to live and study in Israel, pulled its controversial “Lost” ad. [Haaretz]