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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: The chemical threat from Iran’s specialist training camps

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not reflect the viewpoint of Al Arabiya English. If Iran is allowed to gain a solid foothold in Syria, Iraq...

Iran’s use of Hezbollah Unit 3800 to create a new Hezbollah in Yemen

Iranian involvement in the conflict in Yemen has been a long one, as far back as September 11, 2009, former Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Salah had appeared on Al-Jazeera TV, accusing Iran of...

With Trump ready to confront Iran, is death knell sounding for the regime?

With the removal of Rex Tillerson by Donald Trump from his post as Secretary of State, it could well prove to be the end of the line for the Iran deal. Donald Trump had frequently condemned the...

Iran’s Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani: Portrait of a man of ice

As seen in many photographs, Major General Qassem Soleimani rarely smiles, his deep-set eyes often stare cold and shark-like, and with lips set grimly across ghost-like features, it typifies a leader...

ANALYSIS: How Iran deal aided the regime’s bid for hegemonic control

Despite the fact that Iran has already embarked on a quest to “annexe” both Iraq and Syria through stealth, and is flexing its hegemonic muscles in Yemen; apart from Donald Trump, most...

From streets to torture factory: Plight of protesters in Iran

When you enter the streets to protest against the government in Iran, you know exactly what to expect should you get caught. But through sheer desperation, thousands have been forced to take to the...

ANALYSIS: Iranian regime’s policy of dumbing down the population

The Iranian regime’s ban on the teaching of English in its schools is just an extension of its attempt at dumbing down the population in order to force feed them the ideology of Ruhollah...

ANALYSIS: Iran’s leadership feels the wrath of its youth

Recent unrest in Iran shows that the country’s present leadership is completely out of touch with the aspirations of the younger generation. With over two-thirds of the population being under...