Tag: Iran

Discord between Khomeini and Ahmadinejad may lead to revolution: Sometimes even the intestine and the stomach disagree

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on May 2, 2011 1 Comment
Discord between Khomeini and Ahmadinejad may lead to revolution: Sometimes even the intestine and the stomach disagree

President Ahmadinejad has not been seen in public for almost a week. Ahmadinejad has chosen to boycott his official duties in protest over his disagreement with the Iranian supreme leader, Ayatolah Khomeini. A few weeks ago, Ahmadinejad pushed out his Intelligence Minister. Then, the supreme leader reinstalled him back in his position. The “street radios” all […]

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Opposition leaders being arrested in Iran: Once the snake’s head is cut off, the rest is a rope

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Opposition leaders being arrested in Iran: Once the snake’s head is cut off, the rest is a rope

China and Iran are very nervous right now. Demands for more freedom in North Africa and the Middle East are a threat to the most repressive regime in the world. In Iran, opposition leaders were arrested as a measure to prevent protests. For sure, what is going on in the Middle East and North Africa […]

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Happy New Year: Like the chameleon, one eye on the future, one eye on the past

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 2, 2011 0 Comments
Happy New Year: Like the chameleon, one eye on the future, one eye on the past

2010 is history now. It was a tough year for the world economy, and a tough year for world peace as well. North Korea and Iran are still dragging their feet to the negotiation table over their nuclear programs. The Israeli and Palestinian negotiations are failing. Julian Assange, the founder and CEO of Wikileaks and seen […]

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Prevent Iran from making a nuclear weapon: When the head of a snake is cut off, the rest of his body is an ordinary rope

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on December 3, 2010 1 Comment
Prevent Iran from making a nuclear weapon: When the head of a snake is cut off, the rest of his body is an ordinary rope

The whistleblower site Wikileaks has certainly succeeded in getting world attention. It also helps us to know what world leaders think in the shadows and the way they play a double game between nations on important international matters. So far, the countries of the Arab Gulf are certainly the ones being shamed in their stand against […]

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Karsai, double agent, can’t be trusted: A chameleon can only change its color, but can never change its skin

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on October 28, 2010 1 Comment
Karsai, double agent, can’t be trusted: A chameleon can only change its color, but can never change its skin

President Karzai has acknowleged receiving a secret bag of cash from Iran. This news confirms what many believe: that the Afghan president is a double agent who plays both for the West and Iran. For sure, Afghans are closer to the Iranians than the West. Karzai is a controversial figure, by his positions and also […]

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Mahmoud Abbas is courageous: You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on September 7, 2010 1 Comment
Mahmoud Abbas is courageous: You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t try

The confrontational regime of Iran has already predicted the failure of talks between Palestinians and Israelis. Tension is high between the Palestinian authority and Teheran. For sure, for the hard core Islamists, anyone who deals peacefully with Israel is seen as a traitor. The truth is, Israel will not be wiped off the world map, and […]

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Iranian paper calls Bruni a prostitute: The folly of a man is not broadcast like that of a woman

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on September 5, 2010 1 Comment
Iranian paper calls Bruni a prostitute: The folly of a man is not broadcast like that of a woman

An Iranian newspaper has launched a series of attacks against the French first lady Carla Bruni for her involvement in the case of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, an Iranian woman found guilty of adultery and sentenced to death by stoning. The paper has called Bruni a prostitute for her wild lifestyle and involvement with high profile lovers before marrying […]

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Ahmadinejad assassination attempt or fantasy? Fake your death, and you will know who hates you

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Ahmadinejad assassination attempt or fantasy? Fake your death, and you will know who hates you

Assassination attempt or Western fantasy? The latest about a grenade thrown at Ahmadinejad‘s convoy has gone through the media like a brush fire. As usual, Iran denied that President Ahmadinejad was hurt and downplayed the incident. This incident should give President Ahmadinejad a sense of what will happen when he’s dead and how the Western media will spread the […]

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Ahmadinejad Proposes Talk With Obama: The bravery of a lion doesn’t protect it from the spear of hunter.

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Ahmadinejad Proposes Talk With Obama: The bravery of a lion doesn’t protect it from the spear of hunter.

President Ahmadinejad has offered a one-on-one talk with President Obama in front of the media. The White House has not reacted yet to the offer.  The US and Iran have been sparring over the nuclear issue and also the human rights abuses in Iran. It is unclear what Ahmadinejad expects from Obama. For sure the […]

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Detained Hikers Got Engaged, What Next? The dreams of a cat are full of mice.

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Detained Hikers Got Engaged, What Next? The dreams of a cat are full of mice.

Two of the U.S. hikers detained in Iran got engaged. The third detainee will be their best man. Bizarre! It is difficult to know what life in captivity looks like. There is a difference between dream and reality. It seems that these three people enjoy the attention that they are getting and do not see the seriousness of […]

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