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The start of an Iranian intifada

This is a battle which Khamenei will find extremely cumbersome to win. In fact, if developments continue in their current format, they could lead to regime change.


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Posted on : Dec 28 2009
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Filling Montazeri’s shoes in Iran

Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri both boosted and in one case, betrayed the opposition in Iran.

What impact will his death have on their fate?


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Posted on : Dec 21 2009
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Ahmadinejad in Copenhagen

Please my latest piece below. I wrote it for today, which is the day President Ahmadinejad is to address the Copenhagen summit. It addresses Iran’s right to have nuclear energy.


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Cheering Israel To Attack Iran

Despite calls from some quarters, the state of Israel should hold its fire and resist the temptation to attack Iran in the near future.


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Posted on : Dec 10 2009
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Kind regards, Meir

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Posted on : Dec 09 2009
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Yachtsmen and Iran’s anger with UK

If the sailors arrested in the Persian Gulf are being punished for being British, Tehran’s fear of the BBC could be a major factor.


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Posted on : Dec 01 2009
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