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Sunday March 26, 2017

Tehran’s Favorite “Lobbyist”

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Ali Asghar Tasslimi:

The infamous Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels’s has a well-known saying: “If you tell a lie big enough and repeat it often enough, and the whole world will believe it.”

Trita Parsi’s preposterous and naive attempt to besmirch the reputation of the main Iranian opposition Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) as a “terrorist” group smacks of pure desperation to lay lie upon lie in order to build a metaphorical dam against a growing tide of support for the MEK in Washington and around the world.

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Michael Rubin and the Mujahedeen-e Khalq

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By: Ali Safavi

As Iran’s main opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), earns a well-deserved spotlight around the world, Michael Rubin’s sagging fortunes have compelled him to lambast the organization once more. In a commentary last week, Rubin churned out another rant against the MEK. Although coated with a thin layer of supposedly calm and rational argument, the piece is bloated with clear bias and unjustified accusations.

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Iranians Prepare for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in New York

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Nima Sharif
Once again, it is time for heads of states to address the general assembly meeting of the United Nations in New York.  An opportunity that the overly isolated and mostly hated Mahmoud Ahmadinejad does not seem to want to miss.

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Time to Act on Iran

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By Ali Safavi - March 9, 2011
Originally Published At HuffingtonPost.Com

For the past three weeks, tens of thousands of protestors have taken to the streets in Iran once again, demanding democracy and an end to the regime. Popular protests continue to haunt the fundamentalist rulers at a critical time in the region's history. But without offering support to the Iranian people and their main opposition, this critical window of opportunity will be closed, and it will be much harder and too late to deal with the Iranian regime's threat.

For the West, the expression of legitimate demands for freedoms and human rights across the Middle East has meant that the era of choosing tyrannical stability over democracy as a matter of foreign policy has ended.
To alleviate concerns about the role of religious fundamentalism in the region's future, Washington should stop talking to the fundamentalist mullahs and start listening to the Iranian people.

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Iranians Prepare for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in New York

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Nima Sharif
Once again, it is time for heads of states to address the general assembly meeting of the United Nations in New York.  An opportunity that the overly isolated and mostly hated Mahmoud Ahmadinejad does not seem to want to miss.

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