Iranian Regime: Four Decades of Terror

Iranian Regime: Four Decades of Terror

Armin Baldwin 07 February 2019

By Armin Baldwin

The Shah’s dictatorship was overthrown four decades by the Iranian people wanting a democratice change. But with many democratic forces destroyed by the Shah left a vacuum of power that was filled by Rohullah Khomeini.

The EU Gets Serious About Iran's Terror Plots

The EU Gets Serious About Iran's Terror Plots

Atousa Pilger 06 February 2019

By Atousa Pilger

The Trump administration repeatedly warns against Iran’s global threat. When he announced the US exit from 2015’s Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action last May, Trump cited the agreement’s failure to constrain Iran’s overall behavior, or to facilitate peace and stability in the Middle East.

Iran’s deadly influence in the Middle East

Iran's Deadly Influence in the Middle East

Editor 24 January 2019

By Atousa Pilger

“The U.S. Army in the Iraq War” is an assessment by the army of the United States on the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The assessment is very comprehensive and involves extensive scrutiny of numerous interviews and a large amount of data.

The assessment was ordered in 2013 by Army General Ray Odierno and it is considered to be one of the most detailed studies of the conflict with Iraq.

Bad News for Iran Lobby as EU Announces New Sanctions

Bad News for Iran Lobby as EU Announces New Sanctions

Editor 15 January 2019

By Staff writer, SF

The European Union has announced that it is imposing new sanctions on Iran’s Iintelligence Ministry, as well as two Iranian nationals, for their alleged involvement in two assassination plots in the Netherlands.

The Dutch government laid out the charges to parliament in a letter that also indicated that throughout Europe over the past three years the regime is suspected in at least four assassination and bomb plots.

How the EU Can End Iran Terrorism

How the EU Can End Iran Terrorism

Armin Baldwin 14 January 2019

By Armin Baldwin

The European Union announced new sanctions targeting the Iranian Regime on January 8 because of the mullahs’ terrorist plots and assassinations in France, Denmark and the Netherlands.

EU Levels Long Overdue Sanctions on Iranian Regime

EU Levels Long Overdue Sanctions on Iranian Regime

Editor 11 January 2019

By Staff writer, SF

In recent years, it has become apparent that the Iranian regime has turned its efforts into plotting assassinations and attacks on foreign soil. The European Union has taken notice and a firmer stance toward Tehran is being applied.

This week, in fact, the EU leveled sanctions against Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence, as well as two Iranian citizens — Assadollah Asadi, a diplomat in the Iranian Embassy in Vienna, and Saeid Hashemi Moghadam, a senior official in Iran’s intelligence ministry. These are the first sanctions imposed on Iran by the EU since the nuclear deal was adopted in 2015.

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