May 26, 2017

Opinion: Little to show after the yearlong talks with Iran

December 08, 2014, 05:00 pm
Little to show after the yearlong talks with Iran

By Majid Sadeghpour

The West seems to have learned little – sadly very little – in its dealings with Iran’s Ayatollahs. In the past and recently, the Iranian regime has played a waiting game: offer a little, stall a while, offer less, stall more, all […]

“From Washington Al Mundo” – An Interview with M. Sadeghpour & Rep. Albio Sires (D

March 5, 2012

Statement by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the “Situation at Ashraf”

Press Statement
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Washington, DC
December 25, 2011
Today, the United Nations and the Government of Iraq signed an important agreement on the temporary relocation and eventual resettlement of the more than 3,000 residents of Camp Ashraf in Iraq. We commend the Government of Iraq for its work with United Nations Special Representative Ambassador Martin […]

Iranian Americans call on U.S. to protect Iranian exiles in Iraq

Iranian Americans call on U.S. to protect Iranian exiles in Iraq
The Washington Post
By Katherine Shaver,
October 22, 2011
Hundreds of Iranian Americans rallied outside the White House on Saturday, saying they’re worried that the Obama administration’s newly announced plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq by year’s end will leave 3,400 Iranian exiles vulnerable in a settlement […]

EU adopts restrictive measures following the foiled plot to assassinate the Saudi Ambassador to the US

EUROPEAN UNION Brussels
21 October 2011
A 422/11
Statement by High Representative Catherine Ashton
on the adoption of restrictive measures following the foiled plot to
assassinate the Saudi Ambassador to the US
Catherine Ashton, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and
Vice-President of the Commission, made today the following statement:
“Gravely concerned by allegations and charges brought […]

Mujahedin-e-Khalgh: The Search for Ground Truth about its Activities and Nature

An Independent Assessment
by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield, Jr.
August 16, 2011

Tehran’s Strategic Defeat in Iraq

Huffington Post
Alireza Jafarzadeh
Author, The Iran Threat
Posted: April 6, 2010
The March 7 parliamentary elections have heralded a new era for Iraq, pushing aside the incumbent Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki and officials with ties to Iran while opening way for a new slate of politicians hoping to mend serious sectarian divides. But, as a U.S. military official […]

House Members Denounce Iran & Iraq’s Plan to Relocate the Residents of Camp Ashraf, Iraq

Remarks by members of Congress
Congressman Bob Filner of California
[quote style=”1″]Good Afternoon, my name is Bob Filner, I’m a Congressman from San Diego, California and Co-Chair of the Iran Human Rights and Democracy Caucus in the Congress with me is Mike Coffman new Congressman from Colorado and we thank you for being involved so quickly in […]

Profile: Mir-Hossein Moussavi

He is known as “Khomeini’s prime minister during the Iran-Iraq war.” This aptly depicts Mirhossein Mossavi’s position as the regime’s prime minister during the destructive eight year war with Iraq.
Moussavi was born in 1941 in northwestern Iran. He was virtually unknown among intellectuals and political activists prior to the 1979 revolution which overthrow Shah’s dictatorship. […]

UN human rights office welcomes release of Iranian detainees in Iraq

UN News Center
9 October, 2009
United Nations human rights officials today welcomed the Iraqi Government’s decision to release 36 members of an
Iranian dissident group who had been detained since July when security personnel used force to take control of the camp where they had been staying. Rupert Colville, a spokesperson for the Office of the UN […]