ANALYSIS: The challenge of constituting ‘right’ policy toward Iran

Thursday, 17 May 2018

After months of speculations, finally President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The deal was struck by his predecessor President Obama who went out his way to sweeten the deal for the regime in Iran hoping that its rulers may eventually come around and stop their destabilizing behavior in the region, not to proliferate long-range ballistic missiles and end human rights violations at home. None of that happened. ...

The worst is yet to come for Iran

Monday, 7 May 2018

Observers of the Iranian situation can clearly see that Iran is not living its best days during this historical phase in the region and the world. Iranian decision makers have not yet understood or comprehended that what’s happening today on the domestic, regional and international levels against Iran is not a conspiracy but it’s simply a natural result of the regime’s policies and strategies over the past four decades. On the domestic level, the Iranian people have been ...

Abdullah bin Bijad Al-Otaibi

The impossibility of changing Iran’s policy in the region

Friday, 4 May 2018

After concluding his visit to Washington and before heading to Australia, French President Emmanuel Macron kept calling Iranian and Russian presidents as well as the Israeli prime minister regarding possible modifications to the Iranian nuclear deal.Although he thoroughly discussed this matter during his meeting with Donald Trump in the White House to convince him to stick to the agreement, he added four elements to it to reassure Trump on contentious matters related to Iran’s policy in ...

Randa Takieddine

Graves of the past: How Iran’s dark times continue to hunt its rulers

Friday, 4 May 2018

Amnesty International (AI) on Monday released a new investigative report into wiping out of signs of mass graves of political prisoners who were executed in Iran in 1988. “Today, it is still not known exactly how many prisoners were extra-judicially executed in 1988, although minimum estimates are between 4,000 and 5, 000,” AI report said. “International rights groups estimate as many as 5,000 people were executed, while the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq puts the number at 30,000,” ...

The Iranian nuclear bomb

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Israel dropped a political bombshell when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu exposed the Iranian regime’s deceit to the world. The European group and the administration of the fading Barack Obama were the first to be deceived by Iran’s “secret” nuclear military program.In his presentation, the Israeli prime minister displayed many evidence of Iran’s nuclear military and not civil, activity. He accused Iran of implementing a secret nuclear weapons program known as ...

Mashari Althaydi

Where is the main battlefield in struggle against Iranian regime?

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Conflicts in the Middle East are reaching a decisive point as all involved sides hold their finger on the trigger. But what is evident amid this chaos is that despite West’s recent military strike against the Syrian dictator, the Iranian regime still has its safe Tehran-Mediterranean corridor to augment its proxies in the region. Neither Arab states nor Israel are yet to challenge Tehran’s control over this corridor while Iran’s Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) targets both Riyadh ...

Hamid Bahrami

ANALYSIS: What lies ahead after Trump’s refusal to budge on Iran

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

We have recently witnessed an increasing effort by America’s European partners, specifically France and Germany, aimed at convincing US President Donald Trump to not abandon ship on the Iran nuclear deal. Debate over the accord, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), there has been a neglect – playing into Tehran’s interests – of how the international community can bring the Iranian regime to its knees, benefiting the Iranian people ...

Senior military official says Revolutionary Guards will not stay within Iran’s borders

Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Although President Hassan Rouhani said few days ago while marking Iran’s Army Day that Iran wants brotherly and strong relations with neighboring countries and rejects interfering in other countries’ internal affairs and noted that “dialogue is the only means towards peace in the region,” the Iranian Revolutionary Guards has contradicted him by stating that it will not commit to staying within Iran’s borders.In an interview with the Persian-speaking Jamaran website ...

Five civilians killed in Syria regime shelling on ISIS-held district

Monday, 23 April 2018

Five civilians have been killed in 24 hours in regime shelling on a southern district of Syria’s capital held by ISIS, a monitor said Sunday.Syrian troops are waging an intense bombing campaign against Yarmuk, a Palestinian refugee camp on the edge of Damascus, and nearby districts that are held by ISIS.An elderly man was killed Sunday in shelling on Yarmuk, and another died after he was wounded in bombardment there the previous day, said the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human ...

ANALYSIS: Will the Iranian regime reach its 40th birthday?

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Around the beginning of the Iranian new year, changes in the White House political pyramid started creating severe concerns within the regime ruling Iran.It began with the dismissal of former United States secretary of state Rex Tillerson and his replacement with former CIA Director Mike Pompeo who is very much aligned with the political views of US President Donald Trump.Tehran’s concerns increased when former US ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton was appointed as Trump’s ...

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