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  • Brazil, Argentina Play Nice with Iran

    04/19/2011 1:21:23 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 5 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | April 19, 2011 | Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi
    Americans can't ignore recent developments. The publication of an alleged Iranian document in Perfil, the Argentinian daily newspaper, has touched off an issue no American can ignore. The document claims that the governments of Argentina and Iran had reached an agreement to freeze the investigation into the 1994 AMIA (Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina) bombing that killed 85 people — and that the two countries were discussing and considering trade agreements with an estimated value of $1.2 billion.Argentina’s Foreign Minister Hector Timerman, who traveled to Israel on Wednesday, April 7, for a two-day visit, sidestepped the issue, raised by both the...
  • Yemeni Shi'ite Cleric and Houthi Disciple 'Issam Al-'Imad: Our Leader Houthi is Close to Khamenei...

    11/03/2009 1:22:05 PM PST · by Cindy · 3 replies · 325+ views
    SNIPPET: "Yemeni Shi'ite Cleric and Houthi Disciple 'Issam Al-'Imad: Our Leader Houthi is Close to Khamenei; We Are Influenced Religiously and Ideologically By Iran" SNIPPET: "On September 28, 2009, the Iranian website ayandenews.com, which is affiliated with former IRGC commander Mohsen Rezai, published an interview with cleric 'Issam Al-'Imad, who is a disciple of Hussein Al-Houthi, leader of the Houthi rebels in Yemen. [1] Al-'Imad, who was born 1968 in Yemen, received his religious education in Saudi Arabia, but after studying Shi'ite Islam left Wahhabism to become a Twelver Shi'ite. Since1989 he has been pursuing advanced Islamic studies in the...
  • Iranian Terror Suspects Travel Freely to

    06/09/2008 3:23:31 AM PDT · by Man50D · 1 replies · 185+ views
    CNSNews.com ^ | June 09, 2008 | Patrick Goodenough
    Seven months after Interpol placed a former head of Iran's Revolutionary Guards on its most-wanted list, the fugitive suspected of state-sponsored terrorism last week traveled freely to Saudi Arabia, where he attended a religious conference hosted by King Abdullah. Mohsen Rezai, wanted by Argentina, is the subject of an Interpol "red notice" -- a request for a provisional arrest with a view to extradition, based on an arrest warrant or court decision. Saudi Arabia is a member state of the international policing organization. It was unclear Monday whether he was still in Saudi Arabia, but his presence was brought to...
  • Intelligence expert who rewrote book on Iran

    12/08/2007 1:31:09 AM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 45 replies · 298+ views
    Guardian Unlimited ^ | Saturday December 8, 2007 | Ewen MacAskill in Washington
    Report has torpedoed plans for military action and brought 'howls' from neocons The intelligence came from an exotic variety of sources: there was the so-called Laptop of Death; there was the Iranian commander who mysteriously disappeared in Turkey. Also in the mix was video footage of a nuclear plant in central Iran and intercepts of Iranian telephone calls by the British listening station GCHQ.But pivotal to the US investigation into Iran's suspect nuclear weapons programme was the work of a little-known intelligence specialist, Thomas Fingar. He was the principal author of an intelligence report published on Monday that concluded Iran,...
  • STATE DEPARTMENT'S FAVORITE MULLAHS (Anti-America best friends - State Dept.)

    06/02/2003 5:27:39 AM PDT · by Elkiejg · 7 replies · 200+ views
    Townhall ^ | 6/2/03 | Joel Mowbray
    Although the White House is poised to back away from misguided attempts to "engage" the Iranian mullahs, don't expect the State Department to play along. Just as State has undermined the president multiple times already on matters relating to every spoke of the "axis of evil," State most likely will continue talking to the mullahs. A recent Washington Post article gave an indication that Foggy Bottom officials may grudgingly embrace a new tough-on-Iran policyif officially handed down by the White Housenoting that State "appears inclined to accept such a policy." But history suggests otherwise. The State Department's top policy official,...
  • Revolutionary Guards are terrorists, but it's founder can teach in the United States

    08/23/2007 6:55:07 AM PDT · by Marze Por Gohar Reports · 5 replies · 328+ views
    Marze Por Gohar Party ^ | 2007-08-23 | Marze Por Gohar Party
    The decision for the United States government to potentially classify the Islamic Republic's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terrorist entity is seen by the Marze Por Gohar Party as a positive development. The Islamic Republic's own constitution clearly states the aim of this entity under the heading of An Ideological Army ... and so the Islamic Republic's army, and the corps of Revolutionary Guards must be organized in accordance with this aim. They have responsibility not only for the safeguarding of the frontiers, but also for a religious mission, which is Holy War (JIHAD) along the way of God,...