June 22, 2017

Speech of Hon. Ted Poe of Texas in the House of Representatives

[quote style=”1″]Madam Speaker, on December 10, 2009 the Iraqi government announced that it is going to forcibly displace thousands of Iranian dissidents living in Camp Ashraf to a remote prison in the Iraqi desert. The Iraqi government knows the world recognizes Camp Ashraf as a refuge for those who stand tall for freedom and democracy, […]

Iran Watch – March 4, 2008

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National Coalition of Pro-Democracy Advocates
March 4, 2008
Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit was portrayed by our media and commentators as a victory for the Iranian regime. Iran’s mullahs wanted to use this trip in their propaganda war with the international community on the eve of a UN Security […]

Shiites in S. Iraq Rebuke Tehran

Petition Calls for U.N. Probe Into Iran’s Influence, Sheiks Say
By Amit R. Paley and Sudarsan Raghavan
Washington Post Foreign Service
Thursday, November 22, 2007; A25
BAGHDAD, Nov. 21 — More than 300,000 Shiite Muslims from southern Iraq have signed a petition condemning Iran for fomenting violence in Iraq, according to a group of sheiks leading the campaign. “The […]

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 […]