July 20, 2017

Iran Watch – May 2, 2008

[spoiler title=”War with Iran: Closer than Ever”]
Dan Rabkin
5/1/2008
Global Politician
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the Iranian Opposition’s parliament-in-exile, is one anti- regime organization worthy of Western support.
The NCRI’s 500+ members represent varying political tendencies and ethnic/religious groups within Iran. Kurds, Baluchis, Turkmens, Arabs, Sunni Muslims, Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians all have representation, […]

Iran Watch – November 16, 2007

[spoiler title=”Blacklisting Iran’s Revolutionary Guard: War On Terror Has Finally Begun”]
Shahab Sariri
11/13/2007
Global Politician
It was a real shocker to the clerical regime in Iran when the Bush administration blacklisted the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and accused its elite Quds Force of supporting terrorism. The silence of the high ranking clerics in Tehran for several days […]

Iran Watch – August 24, 2007

[spoiler title=”Iran: A Third Option”]
By: Shahab Sariri
Global Politician
Iranian cities have been the scene of widespread protests and clashes between a restive population and the Iranian regime’s State Security Forces (SSF). Students from Tehran’s Amir Kabir otherwise known as Polytechnic University, where Ahmadinejad’s pictures were burned earlier this year, have been staging sit-ins demanding the release […]

Iran Watch – August 17, 2007

[spoiler title=”U.S. Iran Talks: A wakeup call”]
By: David Johnson
Source: Global Politician
Talks between the U.S. and Iran on Iraqi security came at a crucial time for all parties involved. Right now, Baghdad is a bull’s-eye in a decisive competition for influence in the Near East . In our increasingly globalizing world, the stakes are higher than […]

Iran and Iraq’s Hidden Catastrophe

Dr. Majid Sadeghpour
Global Politician – Silently yet systematically, Iraq’s nationalist, secular, and democratic
voices are falling silent. Their lives taken and their blood shed in the troubled country’s
treacherous struggle for democracy and sovereignty. The killers are shadowy, their traces
ultimately pointing the prudent observer to the neighboring country to the east where
extremist leaders are believed to be […]