November 23, 2017

Iranian Americans Support Letter by 44 Senators to Obama, End of Fruitless Dialogue With Iran

 
Click to read more in an article in the Foreign Policy magazine
 
 

Timeline: Crackdown on protests in Syria

(Reuters) – Click to read timeline of events in Syria since protests began:

America, terrorists and Nelson Mandela

Reuters
Jan 15, 2010
Bernd Debusmann
Woe betide the organization or individual who lands on America’s terrorist list. The consequences are dire and it’s easier to get on the list than off it even if you turn to peaceful politics. Just ask Nelson Mandela.
One of the great statesmen of our time, Mandela stayed on the American terrorist blacklist […]

Iraqi army besieges Iranian exile camp residents

BAGHDAD, March 16 (Reuters) – Iraqi forces have besieged a camp housing Iranian exiles in Iraq, residents and a security official said, after the national security adviser reiterated a vow to shut the place down.
A source at Iraq’s Interior Ministry said Iraqi soldiers surrounded Camp Ashraf on Thursday after residents resisted an attempt to clear […]

January 26, 2009

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January 26, 2009
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) – European Union foreign ministers have decided to remove an Iranian opposition group from the EU’s terror list.
Diplomats say the decision takes affect on Tuesday and ensures that the assets of the People’s Mujahedeen Organization of Iran will be unfrozen.
The move is […]

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 […]