How the US Facilitated Iran's Expansionism

Atousa Pilger 06 September 2017

by Atousa Pilger

Iran is about to reach its goal of expanding its reach the whole way to Israel’s north border and the Mediterranean Sea. This means that Iran’s sponsorship of terrorism, ballistic missile development and its nuclear program will become even more of a threat to the United States and its allies in the region.

West Must Act on Human Rights Crisis in Iran

Navid Felker 06 September 2017

by Navid  Felker

A Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Reza Shafiee wrote an op-ed for the Raddington Report in which he looked at the situation of human rights in Iran and how this has been allowed to go downhill because of the West’s inaction.

Iran Threat More Dangerous Than the North Korea Threat

Staff Writer 03 September 2017

by Azita Carlson

Experts have warned that Iran could become a major nuclear power within the next ten years. What is even more alarming that this is that it will be an entirely legal one as per the nuclear deal that was negotiated by former US President Barack Obama.

Iran: Put on the Pressure to Accelerate Regime Change

Staff Writer 02 September 2017

by Atousa Pilger

Negotiations concluded two years ago, between Iran and the P5 + 1 group of nations (the five permanent member of the UN plus Germany), led by the U.S. for the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the nuclear deal.

Ahrain: Qatar Should Distance From Our Number One Enemy, Iran

11 June 2017

The government of Bahrain warned Qatar to reconsider its policies and in particular closeness to the Iranian regime.

Bahrain's foreign minister in an interview with "AlShahrq-al Awsat", said: "Qatar must correct its path and return to its previous commitments. Qatar should stop its "propaganda campaign" and should distance from our number one enemy, Iran."

Kurdish Dissident Claims, "Iran Wants to Keep ISIS"

07 June 2017

As Kurdish forces fight against ISIS, the Shia Popular Mobilization Units led by Iran are going after the Syrian Kurds. According to several reports, they are trying to undermine Kurdish attempts to finish off ISIS. 

In an article published by Track Persia, a Platform run by dedicated analysts who spend much of their time researching the Middle East, they share an exclusive interview with Syrian Kurdish dissident Sherkoh Abbas, in which he explains why the Islamic Republic of Iran is believed to have no desire to finish off ISIS.

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