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Posts Tagged ‘Iranian

Iranian terror plot reads like a Hollywood script

October 13, 2011

The U.S. Department of Justice has charged two men working for the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of plotting to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s U.S. ambassador, and bomb Saudi and Israeli embassies in Washington, D.C., and Buenos Aires. An opinion by Maidhc Ó Cathail: In his latest piece, Justin Raimondo asks some of the questions […]

Ignoring the facts on Iran’s non-nuclear threat

September 20, 2010

The fact that Iran is not and has not been a nuclear threat to the United States and/or Israel is rendered irrelevant by a narrative of universal “concern” about its nuclear program. In mid-August,  after The New York Times quite uncharacteristically ran a piece diminishing the supposed danger of Iranian nukes, the story was misrepresented in […]

Was Iranian scientist defector actually an Iranian plant?

July 18, 2010

An Iranian scientist who says he was abducted and taken to the U.S. by the CIA returned to Tehran this past week to a hero’s welcome and claimed that he had been pressured into lying about his country’s  nuclear program.  Shahram Amiri said that he was on the hajj pilgrimage when he was seized at gunpoint in […]

What War with Iran would mean

April 22, 2010

Patrick Buchanan writes: Iran has not started a war in memory and is not going to launch a suicide attack on a superpower with thousands of nuclear weapons. As with Iraq in 2003, the war will be launched by the United States against a nation that did not attack us—to strip it of weapons it […]

Iran captures US-sponsored anti-Iranian terrorist leader

February 28, 2010

The Iranian government is celebrating the capture of Abdolmalek Rigi, the leader of a violent group called Jundullah (Arabic for “Soldiers of God”), which Tehran says is a terrorist organization supported by the United States, Great Britain and Israel. Jundullah is one of several groups that have been conducting bombings and other violent attacks against […]