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Islamic Fundamentalism and Iran

By Hossein Abedini

The world today is faced with the grave danger of Islamic Fundamentalism, which threatens universal ideals of freedom and humanity, targeting people from Tehran to Copenhagen, from Peshawar to Paris.

There are several factors, which played a role in the emergence of fundamentalism, including historical developments and policies adapted by the international community. In this century alone, there have been several major developments that have served to promote fundamentalism. However, none of them have been as damaging and crucial as the emergence of the mullahs in Iran following the revolution. Islamic Fundamentalism is strictly opposed to democracy.

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IRAN: Desperation in the mullahs’ camp

by Dr. Antonio Stango

With each passing day, it is becoming even clearer that the Iranian regime is unwilling to give up on its dangerous nuclear ambitions. As P5+1 countries (US, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany) attempt to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, the latter is busy oppressing the Iranian people and threatening the region and the world as usual. The proposed deal, which would allow mullahs in Iran to maintain a certain nuclear threshold and retain technology, has already been rejected by several actors, including the US Congress, which believe that the nuclear program ought to be shut down completely to prevent the regime from developing nuclear weapons. The regime’s claim that the nuclear program is primarily for civilian purposes should fool no one.

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Iran’s Assassin Mullahs

By Elaheh Azimfar

Iran is all over the airwaves due to its meddling politics thought the Middle East and beyond.

One of the biggest red flags has been the Argentinian Prosecutor Alberto Nisman pointing the finger at Iran for masterminding the 1994 bombing of Jewish center in Buenos Aires. The case became even more sinister when he was shot dead the day he was supposed to present evidence against Iran.

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IRAN: What Makes the Supreme Leader Tick?

by Alireza Jafarzadeh

As another deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran fast approaches, the regime in Tehran has yet again hardened its stance in order to score more concessions. The regime's embattled Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, has set fresh conditions and red lines as negotiators seemingly come down the home stretch.

Tehran has clearly been reeling under the weight of sanctions and has been loudly grumbling about international demands. Khamenei recently griped, “We have done what we needed to regarding the issue of 20% enrichment, Fordow [underground uranium enrichment site], Arak [heavy water facility] and the centrifuges. Thus, the Iranian side has acted according to the logic of the negotiations... The other side, however, is asking too much, is audacious, and is blackmailing. ... The Iranian nation will not kneel to bullying.”

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Unwarranted optimism by the West

by Mahmoud Hakamian

Blind optimistic can be extremely damaging when it prompts one to disregard ground realities. That is exactly what the situation is concerning the mullahs in Iran and the West, with the former sticking to its old, nefarious agenda and the latter seeing improvement and reform where none exists. The West including US President Barrack Obama appears to be reading too much into the sham election of so-called moderate President Hassan Rouhani and the subsequent opening of nuclear talks. These developments have been viewed as reasons for optimism, to justify a soft approach towards the Iranian regime, when in reality, mullahs regime in Iran remains the enemy of global peace as it was 36 years ago when the fundamentalist Islamic Republic was established.

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The Situation in Iran

By Hossein Abedini

Iran’s internal situation is growing worse as the regime continues to violate the inalienable human rights of the Iranian people and remains committed to its fundamentalist ideology and interventionist foreign policy, threatening the peace of the entire world.

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No concessions for the Iranian regime

by Dr. Antonio Stango

This February brings the 36th anniversary of the Iranian revolution, when Iranians bravely took to the streets across the country forcing the Shah out of power to end his oppressive rule. It was to be the dawn of a new era, of newfound hope and endless possibilities, but it all turned to dust with the establishment of a theocratic Islamic Republic under Ayatollah Khomeini.

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