December 15, 2017

Archives for May 2014

Iran’s Nuclear Masters

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL REVIEW & OUTLOOK Tehran has kept its core team of weaponization researchers intact. The International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran last week issued a joint statement in which Tehran pledged to apprise the Agency of “the initiation of high explosives, including the conduct of large scale high explosives experimentation in Iran.” […]

Camp Liberty resident injured by shot fired at Iranian opposition camp in Iraq

Mrs. Rajavi calls for security measure at the camp particularly the return of 17,500 protective T-walls and transfer of protective helmets and vests from Ashraf to Camp Liberty NCRI – At 19:50 Baghdad local time on Wednesday (May 14), an AK47 rifle bullet that had been fired from the southeastern area outside Camp Liberty injured […]

Iranian opposition MEK member deceased due to prolonged medical siege

She was the fourth resident of Camp Liberty that passed away a short time after her transfer to Albania in a hospital in Tirana Ms Razieh Kermanshahei, an official of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and a member of the National Council of Resistance (NCRI) that due to the six-year anti-human medical siege […]

Tehran’s men in Washington

The following is the English translation of excerpts of an investigative report published in Arabic language daily Asharq al-Awsat on May 6 on the activities of the Iranian regime’s lobby in Washington. by: Hossein Abdol-Hossein Since the mid-90s Tehran’s approach has been working to form lobby groups in Washington with financial backing from Iran, and […]

Washington’s strategic mistake in Iraq: Abandoning Iran’s exiled opposition

History News Network By Walid Phares   It has already been established, including in my recently published book The Lost Spring: U.S. Policy in the Middle East and Catastrophes to Avoid, that Washington has undertaken two global mistakes in its regional policies. One was the partnership with the Muslim Brotherhood and its backers in the […]

Dictators need no excuses to crack down on dissent

The Hill By Mauricio Claver-Carone   “Don’t give them an excuse to crack down on dissent,” is a favorite sophism spread among foreign-policy elites, lazy bureaucrats and big-chair academics. Dictators love it.  Why? Because as soon as it’s uttered, it shifts blame, immunizes them and effectively silences freedom’s advocates, even in the face of egregious […]