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A nuclear Iran - Is it too late? Categories: International Security, Iran, Updates     Author: Sharyn Mittelman

With the world focussed on other issues, Iran is continuing to both illegally enrich uranium and rapidly building up the infrastructure to do so even more quickly and efficiently. It is clear that Iran is already well along on its course towards developing nuclear weapons for military purposes - an

Ahmadinejad commemorates 9/11

Ahmadinejad commemorates 9/11 Categories: Iran, Terrorism, Updates     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

While the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks were being commemorated around the globe, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad chose to participate in the remembrances in his inimitable and subtle way - that is, by re-iterating his belief that it was all a US plot to have an excuse to kill Muslims.

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Iran's latest nuclear gambit

Iran's latest nuclear gambit Categories: Iran, United Nations, Updates     Author: Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

According to recent reports Iran may be attempting to strike back at the West for the alleged cyber warfare that it has been suffering in recent months. As AP has identified, Iranian involvement may be behind recent attacks on US internet giants, as well as the CIA. AMSTERDAM -- Hackers who broke i

Is Iran abandoning Assad?

Is Iran abandoning Assad? Categories: Iran, Syria, Updates     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

Is Iran starting to pull back from Syria's Assad regime, its closest ally, as the unrest and bloodshed in Syria continues? Ostensibly, there are some signs that Teheran is, at least verbally, starting to create a bit of distance from Damascus. Firstly, Iran's Foreign Minister publicly suggested Sy

Editorial: The Road to Damascus Categories: Iran, Libya, Syria     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The Libyan regime is imploding, as rebels opposed to Muammar Gaddafi have now taken control of most of the Libyan capital. It is immensely inspiring to witness this triumph of the Libyan majority over a particularly ruthless, totalitarian and bloody dictator, achieved against great odds and at a ter

Who does Iran think it is fooling?

Who does Iran think it is fooling? Categories: Iran, Updates     Author: Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

The Iranian Government appears to either have an extremely warped sense of humour or is simply living on a different planet from the rest of us. This was displayed yet again today when the Iranian Foreign Ministry made the following statement, as reported by Bloomberg: "Iran congratulates the Musli

London Riots: Iran champions Human Rights while British Antisemitism Rears Ugly Head

London Riots: Iran champions Human Rights while British Antisemitism Rears Ugly Head Categories: Antisemitism, Europe, Iran, United Kingdom     Author: Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz

As violent riots spread throughout Britain, with hordes of young men robbing and looting everything in sight, an unexpected champion has emerged for Britain's aggrieved underclass. A call for Britain to restrain violence against their own people has come from none other than the Iranian Foreign Mini

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The Biblio File: A Greek Tragedy in Persia

The Biblio File: A Greek Tragedy in Persia Categories: Iran     Author: Tzvi Fleischer

In 1977, Abbas Milani, then a US-educated lecturer at the National University of Iran was arrested by Iranian security forces loyal to the Shah as a result of his authorship of anti-regime pamphlets. He was given over to the far-from-tender mercies of the Komiteh ["the Committee to Fight Terrorism"]

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