Iran Protests Escalating Again

  CBC News – Dec 29, 2017 Iran protests continue to spread, with demonstrators voicing dissatisfaction with the government and the economy. Mazir Bahari, an Iranian-Canadian journalist and a former political prisoner in Iran, says this is the result of decades of frustration among Iranians.   Just as Obama’s first term in office got underway, there were protestors in Iran against the sham elections put on the world stage by the Mullah and his regime. The group was seeking a greater democratic government in which the entire country could participate. The 2009 protest and uprising was harshly quelled. What did … Continue reading

Where do things stand in the fight against ISIS?

Where do things stand in the fight against ISIS?   In case you did not see this. This is exactly what Trump and all conservatives are so worried about. By the way, unless secretly signed which is highly doubtful, that Iran deal was NEVER signed by Iran. –Uriel–

Iran’s Changes After Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

Elections: A Litmus Test for the Nuclear Deal February 25, 2016 • From A Tel Aviv University professor explains why hard-liners will not cede control. BY BRENT NAGTEGAAL JERUSALEM—On Friday, Iranians head to the polls for the first time since the country’s nuclear deal with world powers took effect. The vote will provide the first clue as to whether key Western peddlers of the deal will receive what they hoped for: a more moderate, open Iran. According to Prof. Rabi Uzi, director of the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies at Tel Aviv University, the chance … Continue reading

Detainment of US Seamen – Always More to the Story

There has been a great deal of anger and speculation about this incident.  Though with their quick release by Iran, some of it has currently calmed.   Obama  and Kerry may be preening.  However, while looking through information, I found an article that might shed light on some of the reasons that this is the tip of an iceberg.  ( not connected directly with Obama which is always suspect.) Asharo August 12, 2015 Written by : Amir Taheri (2012 International Journalist of the Year by the British Society of Editors and the Foreign Press Association in the annual British Media … Continue reading

California Man Discovers Iranian Hackers in Power Grid

From:,  by Adelle Nazarian,  on Dec 21, 2015,  see the article HERE. The investigation into the hacking of housing files at the University of California, Santa Barbara led security researcher Brian Wallace to the discovery that Iranian hackers were behind the data breach. That, and a series of other data breaches that have taken place at energy grids and power plants, led the Associated Press to conduct an in-depth investigation. The findings reveal that the Islamic Republic of Iran could potentially have the ability to attack America internally, using the highly-detailed, sensitive information some Iranians have potentially been able … Continue reading

Russia, China, Iran Coaltion Going Active

China all set to join Russian offensive vs. Islamist, other anti-Assad forces in Syria Shianee Mamanglu-Regala 11 October 2015 China’s aircraft carrier Liaoning cruises back to port after a sea trial in Dalian, China. The warship was reported to have been deployed in the Mediterranean in preparation for a possible Chinese military role in the Russian offensive against opposition forces in Syria. The reports about China joining the fight against ISIS and other opposition groups in Syria emanated from the Middle East last week when Beijing issued a statement about the need for a strong coordinated response to the … Continue reading

Obama’s Iranian Agreement

Why do we have an Iranian Nuclear Agreement? The only reason for the Iran agreement was to establish another trophy for Obama’s legacy; he needed some foreign policy achievement. It is now being heralded (by the administration) as a “success.” This latest “success” will be a bookend for Obamacare, his “other success.” But, like Obamacare, the Iranian Nuclear Agreement was also a monumental disaster. The only people who deem the agreement to be a success are the administration spokespeople who are paid to support their boss. No objective observers consider the agreement to be good for the U.S. The only … Continue reading

Deal or NO Deal – Bully Tactics From Iran Already Emerging

IRAN OFFICIAL: WE WILL TAKE 1,000 AMERICANS HOSTAGE IF US CONSIDERS MILITARY ACTION July 15, 2015 by Adelle Nazarian Discernment Council and recently-returned head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Mohesen Rezaei says Iran is prepared to take 1,000 Americans hostages and demand billions of dollars in ransom for each of them if the United States even considers waging war against Iran. In an interview with Iran’s State TV IRIB on Saturday, Rezaei made this solemn vow: I am promising you, I promise the people of Iran, that as a soldier of Iran and a revolutionary militant, if America … Continue reading

A Simple Error of Omission In Washington Report-Sure It Is!

Obama Admin Excluded Iran from Threat Assessment Critics say administration downplaying threat to appease Islamic Republic By Adam Kredo Washington Free Beacon June 17, 2015 Pardon me while I grab a wastebasket to barf. Leading U.S. officials are expressing concern about newly disclosed efforts by the Obama administration to play down the terrorism threat posed by Iran in an official report issued this year. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admitted in a recent letter to top senators that the administration wrongly excluded references to the global terrorism threat posed by Iran and its terror affiliate Hezbollah in the 2015 … Continue reading

Arab Intervention in Yemen

  From Middle East Forum   While the rapidly escalating regional military conflict in Yemen has taken many outsiders by surprise, the Middle East Forum has been closely following the deteriorating situation in the southern Arabian peninsula for years. For an informed introduction to the issue, we recommend the following selection of articles by Middle East Forum staff and fellows, and by specialists who have written for our flagship publication, Middle East Quarterly (MEQ). Background For background on the Shiite Houthi insurgency in Yemen and Saudi Arabia’s first intervention in 2009, we recommend Lucas Winter’s 2012 MEQ article, “Riyadh Enters … Continue reading

Iran and Hezbollah Removed from List of Terrorist Threats

From Pamela Gellar:   US intel report, submitted in February, scrapped Iran from list of terror threats, softened assessment, comes amid marathon nuclear talks, shared interests vis-a-vis the Islamic State An annual report delivered recently to the US Senate by James Clapper, the director of National Intelligence, removed Iran and Hezbollah from its list of terrorism threats, after years in which they featured in similar reports.The unclassified version of the Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Communities, dated February 26, 2015 (PDF), noted Iran’s efforts to combat Sunni extremists, including those of the ultra-radical Islamic State group, who were perceived to constitute the preeminent … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — March 15, 2015

. “Ahmadinejad was stupid enough to be a wolf in wolf’s clothing, to expose his teeth and nails and alert the west. I can be a wolf in sheep’s clothing. I have all the diplomatic and rhetoric skills to do so.” Successor Hasan Rouhani – President of Iran   ~ ~  Grouchy  ~ ~

In Israel’s Hour of Need

    From Canada Free Press It is hard to get your arms around the stubborn determination of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today. For most of the nine years he has served as Israel’s leader, first from 1996 to 1999 and now since 2009, Netanyahu shied away from confrontations or buckled under pressure. He signed deals with the Palestinians he knew the Palestinians would never uphold in the hopes of winning the support of hostile US administrations and a fair shake from the pathologically hateful Israeli media. In recent years he released terrorist murderers from prison. He abrogated Jewish property … Continue reading

Sentenced To Death for Posts on Facebook

America, you have little idea how very Blessed you are, to have the Founding Fathers you had~! Clarion Project has the story. Iranian Activist Sentenced to Death for Posts on Facebook   Soheil Arabi has been sentenced to death on charges of ‘sowing corruption on Earth’ and ‘insulting the prophet’ over Facebook posts he made. Thu, December 4, 2014 Sohail Arabi, the blogger sentenced to death for his posts on Facebook.   The Supreme Court in Iran has rejected an appeal by an Iranian blogger sentenced to death for ‘insulting the prophet‘ to spare his life. Soheil Arabi, aged 30, … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — October 26, 2014

. “States like these (Iraq, Iran, & North Korea), and their terrorist allies, constitute an axis of evil, arming to threaten the peace of the world. By seeking weapons of mass destruction, these regimes pose a grave and growing danger. They could provide these arms to terrorists, giving them the means to match their hatred. They could attack our allies or attempt to blackmail the United States. In any of these cases, the price of indifference would be catastrophic.” George W. Bush   ~ ~ Grouchy ~ ~

Iran: “Obama Weakest President”

. It is disgraceful when your enemies taunt and disrespect you, and call you “humiliating”. Sandy Fitzgerald and NEWSMAX  have the story.   Top Iranian Adviser: Obama is ‘Weakest of US Presidents’     Thursday, 23 Oct 2014 09:32 PM By Sandy Fitzgerald President Barack Obama is “the weakest of U.S. presidents” and his time in the White House has been “humiliating,” a top Iranian official said in an interview with the country’s Fars News Agency, according to a translation provided to The Free Beacon. “Obama is the weakest of U.S. presidents, he had humiliating defeats in the region,” said … Continue reading

Iran: ‘Evidence’ Is Clear, ISIS Is an American Invention

From the New York Times: TEHRAN — Iranians are as obsessed as Americans these days with the black-clad gangs roaming Iraq and Syria and killing Shiites and other “infidels” in the name of Sunni Islam. At the supermarket, in a shared taxi or at a family gathering, conversations often turn to the mysterious group, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and how it came to be. And for most Iranians, the answer is obvious: the United States. “Come on, you know who has created ISIS,” said the supermarket owner, winking his right eye. “Admit it,” demanded the taxi driver, … Continue reading