November 24, 2017

Syria crisis: Tremseh ‘massacre’ and more – an update as of Friday 13 July 2012

Syria crisis: Tremseh ‘massacre’ – Friday 13 July 2012
• Assad forces kill more than 200 near Hama, say activists
• State media blames “terrorists” for the killings
• Annan critical of regime using heavy weapons in Tremseh
• UN security council stuck in gridlock over Syria

Iran nuclear program: On sanctions, Congress ahead of Obama

The House and Senate are progressing with bipartisan legislation to impose sanctions in response to the Iran nuclear program. But President Obama faces difficulties in the UN Security Council.
Christian Science Monitor
By Howard LaFranchi, Staff writer
April 27, 2010 at 3:29 pm EDT
Washington — In the race between Congress and the Obama administration to deliver a new […]

Iran Watch – February 9th, 2009

[spoiler title=”Iran: A young man sentenced to a barbaric punishment of having his eyes blinded by Sulfuric acid”]February 5, 2009
NCRI website
NCRI – The Iranian regime’s Supreme Court approved a barbaric sentence of blinding the eyes of a young man by pouring Sulfuric acid in his eyes. Mullahs’ judiciary in Tehran had earlier sentenced the 27-year-old […]

Iran Watch – January 24, 2008

[spoiler title=”Iran Solution: Empower This Opposition Group”]
by Lord Corbett
1/22/08
Human Events
While Americans are busy choosing their next President, the incumbent has been touring the Middle East in the hope of establishing peace and promoting democracy. But peace and stability in that troubled part of the world are not possible for so long as Iran is ruled […]

Iran Watch – November 9, 2007

[spoiler title=”The Bush-Sarkozy Agenda for Iran?”]

by Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney and Raymond Tanter
Human Events
11/07/2007
In 1776, Benjamin Franklin went to Paris as America’s first ambassador to gain support for American independence. Franklin convinced Paris to recognize U.S. independence and concluded an alliance. Scholar Leo Lemay wrote: “There is no doubt that America would not have won […]