Posts Tagged ‘Khamenei’
Rouhani is the anti-Ahmadinejad and vice versa.
Their supporters view the other side with deep suspicion and animosity.
Yet the return of Ahmadinejad to Iranian politics could be good news for Rouhani.
Sounds counter intuitive?
Read below to find out why it could make sense.
My two recent articles describe the implications of the latest Iran nuclear deal for:
Iran’s supreme leader
Iran’s president has reportedly decided to take Iran’s Jewish MP with him to the upcoming UN General Assembly session in New York.
My latest article describes the internal dynamics behind this decision.
A virus more dangerous than STUXNET is lurking within Iran’s halls of power. My latest article describes this virus and talks about its consequences.
It would follow that if a peaceful solution to the Syria crisis is to be found, all sides have to be involved, including Iran. But Iran has been totally excluded from the talks. One has to ask why.
My latest article answers this question.
Khamenei seems to be holding out for an opportunity to create a split in the international community, especially the P5+1 group.
Khamenei always has and always will try to lay the fault for all of Iran’s ills at the West’s doorstep. He should be relieved of this opportunity by ensuring that sanctions don’t deprive the Iranian people of food and medicine. Supplying medical isotopes to Iranian patients would therefore be another blow against the regime and its efforts to demonize the West.
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This week I wrote and published two articles. One in English, and the other in my mother tongue of Farsi.
1. My latest article, on what the West can do to convince Khamenei to change his current nuclear policy.
“مقاله اخیرم برای بی بی سی فارسی: “بمب عشق شهروندان اسرائیل برای مردم ایران.