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Tony Duheaume
Tony Duheaume

Having had a strong interest in Middle East politics for over forty years, Tony Duheaume has come to fully understand the present threat that Islamist extremism can bring to both the Middle East and the West, and having had four books published related to the Iranian regime on Amazon, he has become a powerful critic of the Iranian regime. His twitter handle is @TonyDuheaume.

ANALYSIS: What is Iran’s revolutionary agenda and why it needs confronting

On Sunday 15 July, speaking at the Reagan Presidential Library in California, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a scathing speech on “the regime’s revolutionary goals and...

ANALYSIS: What if Mesbah-Yazdi succeeds Khamenei as Iran’s Supreme Leader

In line to succeed Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is one ultra-conservative cleric, who is constantly in and out of favour with his peers. If this were to happen, it would be the worst kind...

What direction will Iran’s coming revolution take

The Iranian regime in its present form cannot last, with protests certain to escalate, sanctions biting hard, the economy crumbling, and Iran’s currency the rial in deadfall, the end is looming....

ANALYSIS: Could covert operations be reinstated against Iran?

When it comes to covert operations against Iran, various options have been explored and employed over the decades, to assist in thwarting Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons. While many within...

ANALYSIS: The Iranian regime’s willing executioners

Whatever way you examine the history of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the defining feature of its politics has been to further its policies both at home and abroad, through the systematic slaughter of...

ANALYSIS: The Nazi roots of Muslim Brotherhood

After years of causing disruption on the streets of Egypt, on 30 June 2012, the Muslim Brotherhood’s leader Mohammed Morsi was sworn in as the country’s first democratically elected...

Europe’s Iranian nuclear folly: Drinking from the poison chalice of Trump’s enemy

At this point in time, Europe is desperate to keep the Iran deal alive, even though Donald Trump has walked away from it, branding it “the single worst deal I’ve ever seen drawn up by...

The Khobar Towers bombing of 1996; Shape of things to come?

With Iran’s belligerence in the Middle East growing daily, through its interventions in Iraq and Syria, where it has put in place a land corridor for which to supply its terror proxy Hezbollah,...