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What to Do about Iran

American Thinker, by Bruce Walker, May 22, 2015:

America will decide in 2016 how it will face deadly perils by enemies who despise our liberty and our goodness. 751 more words

Counter Jihad Report

NIAC's partners in Iran: Iran's economic mafia and regime associates

NIAC’s partners in Iran: Iran’s economic mafia and regime associates.

The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) is a Washington-based grassroots lobbying organization that was founded by its president Trita Parsi in 2002. 2,127 more words


Women travelling alone in Iran

As other bloggers or visitors to Iran have mentioned (see: Kane and Narelle’s trip, Goats on the Road, Silvia’s Heart my backpack), when you tell people, especially people in the West, that you’re going to Iran, the usual reaction is that you are either crazy or have a death wish or both. 690 more words


A Century of Genocides: Next Trigger-Man, Iran

by Guy Millière
May 22, 2015

The first priority of most Western governments today seems to sign a deal with Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, who openly calls for Israel’s and America’s destruction… 92 more words

Israel & Middle East

Refusal to allow hospital treatment for Afif Na`imi continues

Iran Press Watch, May 18, 2015.

Despite repeated instructions from the Medical Commission regarding cancellation of his prison sentence, Afif Na`imi ( عفیف نعیمی ), a Bahai prisoner of conscience and one of the seven Yarn (national facilitators for the Bahai community in Iran), is still imprisoned although he has severe heart disease ‒ even Tehran’s district attorney has authorized the Rajai Shahr Prison clinic to transfer him to hospital whenever needed and without coordination with the District Attorney’s Office. 172 more words

Bahai Faith

Saudi Arabia seeks possible nuclear weapons after Iran Nuclear Deal?

Continuing with the saga of the Iran’s nuclear ambitions for a moment including the deal made earlier this year between the country of Iran and global powers to curb Iran’s nuclear activities. 1,170 more words