Archive for the ‘Iran-Foreign Policy’ Category:
First there are reports about Mossad agents being in Dubai. Now an Iranian MP openly admits that his country’s agents have also been operating there. Iran and Israel do have more in common that meets the eye. Who knows, while there they may have accidentally played Tennis together. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/meir-javedanfar/mossad-may-be-wrong-what_b_479772.html
What the Islamic Republic could look like in one year from now http://www.bitterlemons-international.org/inside.php?id=1231# What caused Germany to take a tougher line against Iran and its implications http://www.thejc.com/news/world-news/26628/analysis-germany-gets-tough-iran
In little more than one week after the assassination of a nuclear scientist in Tehran, another Iranian official, this time a prosecutor, is assassinated. What is going?http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/tehranbureau/2010/01/another-liquidation-by-internal-forces.html
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.
Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour, the Iranian clergy who established Hezbollah in Lebanon is being threatened. Not by foreign intelligence agencies, rather, by his own countrymen.
Ayatollah Khamenei seems to be moving away from Moscow, and towards Ankara. This strategy has its merits, but it won’t be without its own challenges.
Many explanations have until today been provided about Ahmadinejad’s hatred for Israel. However an important one which has rarely ever been mentioned is the fact that he belongs to a group of messianic revolutionaries who follow the teachings of an Iranian philosopher who placed the teachings of a famous neo nazi sympathizer at the center of his studies.
This article looks at Ahmadinejad’s beliefs, mysterious past, as well as current position, and recommends that the international community listens closely to his UN speech.