ANALYSIS: Will Iran learn from past mistakes of other regimes?

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Several factors that led to the fall of the Roman Empire, can clearly be seen in the problems now facing the Iranian regime. When the Roman Empire was close to collapse, it had been notching up victories in foreign wars, while at home economic stagnation had taken hold, political corruption was rife, and as a result of the administration’s money wasting, much of which came in the form of military spending, the poor had taken the brunt of the country’s woes, and as a result, serious ...

Khomeini regime and its American connections

Thursday, 11 January 2018

One of the slogans which the Khomeini regime deceptively raised is “Death to America.” It made political gains via this propaganda which also included slogans about Jerusalem and Palestine. Observers can tell that Iran’s involvement in the Palestinian cause is recent and sudden. The guardians of the Khomeini regime have always worked to serve the interests of the regime which has nothing to do with the propaganda it sells to its supporters and to some sick elites. The ...

Mashari Althaydi

Iranian regime’s history of violent crackdowns against dissent

Thursday, 11 January 2018

At the start of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, the people of Iran looked upon Ayatollah Khomeini as their saviour, someone who would free them from the oppressive regime of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi.As the dust settled on the revolution, the Shah fled the country and Khomeini’s provisional government was established. At this point, rather than dismantling the army, the new supreme leader purged it of all officers deemed to be disloyal to his new regime.IRGC and the BasijAs political ...

Behind the latest protests in Iran

Monday, 8 January 2018

For more than a week now, Iran has been in something of turmoil with crowds of various sizes holding protests in more than 30 cities including the capital Tehran. Thanks to scenes not seen in Iran since 2009 when the regime managed to put down a popular uprising in Tehran, many questions have been raised about what is euphemistically referred to as “the events”.The first question is: Who are the protesters? As always, the regime’s analysis is that the protests are the result of ...

Amir Taheri

Will 2018 mark the dawn of a new Iran?

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

I was certain that the Iranian “revolutionary” state of mullahs will face obstacles during our modern times, as unless the revolution transitions towards a civil state, it will certainly collapse. I’ve actually noted that in previous articles. To clerics, this transition marked a red line, however it’s now become an urgent necessity. It’s a necessity despite the guardian jurist’s will or dictator’s as the Iranians like to describe him. The guardian ...

Mohammed Al Shaikh

Egypt’s Sadat warned against Iran, Khomeini 37 years ago

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

In a famous speech before the People's Assembly in September 1981, and a few days before his assassination, the late Egyptian President Anwar Sadat delivered a speech in which he attacked Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood and justified the adoption of the famous September 5 resolutions that issued arrest warrants for a large number of opposition and opinion leaders in Egypt. Sadat revealed many facts on the Egyptian, Arab and regional scene, criticizing Khomeini and the mullahs' regime in Iran. He ...

A fierce blow to the heart of Khomeinism

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Tell me who supports you and I’ll tell you who are. This applies to those who are worried about the fate of the ruling Khomeini regime in Iran. The Revolutionary Guards, Khamenei and all the tools that exported the Khomeini revolution, including the wandering envoy of evil Qassem Soleimani, played a significant role in enabling Bashar al-Assad from slaughtering the Syrians, destroying Syria and spreading social and educational thoughts that will poison generations in the name of ...

Mashari Althaydi

Crisis in Iran much deeper than what meets the eye

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

After toppling the Shah, Ayatollah Khomeini succeeded in one thing - eliminating the strongest, richest and most successful country in the Middle East. Khomeini established his regime on the debris of the modern Pahlavi state. He established a backward religious state with an old left-wing economic ideology. Iran was a successful model in the eyes of the West and it had advanced a lot compared to other countries. Expectations Khomeini then disappointed everyone who supported him or who thought ...

Abdulrahman al-Rashed

Iran, the battle of all Arabs

Monday, 20 November 2017

Is the problem with Iran limited to Saudi Arabia? The question may seem strange to some. However, most Arab media coverage implies this.What is more strange is that there is no direct and apparent Iranian invasion of Saudi Arabia. This is a suicidal adventure anyway. However, there is an invasion of Yemen, Iraq and Syria and semi-occupation and tutelage over Lebanon through the local proxy, Hezbollah.There is destructive Iranian activity in Saudi Arabia through terrorist cells in Qatif and Ahsa, ...

Mashari Althaydi

Mosul school named after Iran’s Khomeini raises eyebrows

Monday, 18 September 2017

Despite the warnings of several Iraqi politicians regarding the consequences of the Iranian interference in Iraq, still the provocations continue. The most recent of these events occurred last week with the opening of a school named "Imam Khomeini" in Mosul, north of Iraq. The establishment of the school incited controversy calling it a "provocation" for the people of the city. Hussein Hamid, director of the school buildings department at the Education Directorate of Ninawa ...

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