Monthly Archives: April 2017

Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway

By dropping charges against major arms targets, the administration infuriated Justice Department officials — and undermined its own counterproliferation task forces. By Josh Meyer / When President Barack Obama announced the “one-time gesture” of releasing Iranian-born …

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How Trump can help cripple the Iranian regime

By Reuel Gerecht, Ray Takeyh A consensus has developed in Washington for some “push back” against the Islamic Republic of Iran. Democrats and Republicans would be well-advised to learn from the Cold War: Don’t compromise the …

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Seyyed Ebrahim Raisos-Sadat (Ebrahim Raisi)

A 56-year-old conservative cleric relatively unknown to the outside world is quietly emerging as a frontrunner to be Iran’s next supreme leader. Key Player of 1988 Massacre to Run in Iran “Presidential Elections” Ebrahim Raisi is …

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Iran issues threat over US strikes in Syria

New video of US missiles striking Syrian airbase, aftermath Iran “won’t be quiet” after the U.S. missile attack that hit a number of military targets in central Syria, Iran’s parliament news agency, ICANA.ir, reported Friday. US …

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