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Obama’s Iranian Charade in Geneva

By Abraham H. Miller Succumbing to Iran’s desire to have a nuclear bomb, the Obama administration is entering into a charade in Geneva that will allegedly halt Iran’s nuclear program for ten years. President Barack Obama has repeatedly assured the world that he would not permit Iran to develop a nuclear weapon. That promise is … Continue reading

Why Netanyahu’s Speech on Iran Matters

by Matthew Continetti February 28, 2015 12:00 AM It exposes the Iran deal as indefensible — and Obama’s politics as bankrupt. The emerging nuclear deal with Iran is indefensible. The White House knows it. That is why President Obama does not want to subject an agreement to congressional approval, why critics of the deal are … Continue reading

Americans had better pay attention to what Netanyahu has to say. So should Europe.

Prof. Phyllis Chesler Against President Obama’s wishes, PM Netanyahu will be addressing Congress about the extraordinary danger of a nuclear Iran. Obama’s administration wishes to deflect American concerns about the unenforceable deal it is negotiating with Shiite Iran by conducting a demonization campaign against Israel and its Prime Minister. I share Jonathan Tobin’s view that … Continue reading

Now we know who to believe on Iran

The Obama administration claimed Israel was misrepresenting its deal with the ayatollahs. Reports from Geneva indicate Israel’s concerns were all too accurate By David Horovitz In an op-ed on February 9, I suggested that Israel’s opposition leader, Isaac Herzog, should stand alongside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before Congress on March 3, to underline “their common conviction … Continue reading

#Iran to #Israel: We’ll Destroy Tel Aviv in 10 Minutes

By Ari Yashar Iran’s Revolutionary Guards fire a Saegheh missile (illustration) Reuters A senior figure in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Mujtabi Du Al-Nour, threatened on Saturday that Iran will destroy Tel Aviv in ten minutes if Israel “makes a mistake” and strikes the Islamic regime’s nuclear facilities. Al-Nour, who is a representative of Iranian Supreme … Continue reading

Netanyahu Must Give That Speech on Iran

Rick Richman The importance of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s March 4 address to Congress extends far beyond its effect on his own country. That is apparent from the testimony of two former secretaries of state–Henry Kissinger and George Shultz–before the Senate Armed Services Committee on January 29. Kissinger told the committee that shifting the goal from … Continue reading

Iran Speeding to Nuclear Weapons Breakout

Recently, foreign ministers from the European Union (EU) have been holding meetings with representatives of the Arab and Muslim world, including Turkey and Qatar, with the intention of forming a “joint task force to fight Islamist terrorism.” Turkey and Qatar, for example, directly encourage Islamist terrorism, thus there is no way they can be part … Continue reading

Pakistan: 933 killed for honor in two years

ISLAMABAD: Some 933 people were killed across the country in the name of honor during the past two years while 83 non-Muslims were also reported to be killed during the period. The majority of these cases were reported in Sindh. These statistics were provided to the National Assembly on Friday by Federal Ministry of Law, in … Continue reading

Moscow to build 1st nuclear plant in Egypt

Great Job Obama.. Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi (R) shakes hands with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during their meeting in Cairo on February 10, 2015. (AFP)  Al Arabiya News Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi said Tuesday that Cairo would cooperate with Moscow to see the construction of the first nuclear power plant in Egypt, … Continue reading

The Success of Iran and its Taqiyya

by Joseph Puder In his eagerness to conclude a deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran over its nuclear program, U.S. President Barack Obama has knowingly or not, overlooked what is known to Muslims as “taqiyya.”  According to the Middle East Forum “The Quran allows Muslims to have a declared agenda, and a secret agenda … Continue reading