Tagged with Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Iran’s Secret Interfaith Outreach in America

By Ryan Mauro The Clarion Project recently exposed how an Iranian regime front based in New York donated to over 30 colleges and over 60 Islamic centers and organizations in North America. Like Sunni Islamists, the Shiite Iranian regime also finds interfaith engagement to be a worthwhile investment. The data was found by combing the … Continue reading

Iranian UAVs In Africa

March 18, 2012: Sudanese rebels claimed to have recently shot down an Iranian Ababil UAV near the border with South Soudan. The Sudanese government eventually admitted it had lost another UAV, but said it went down do to component failure, not ground fire. Whatever the case, it is not the first time the Sudanese have … Continue reading

Deep in the heart… of Saudi Arabia

From the kings of conspiracy theories and all things Wabbism comes.. The veiled Zionist plot BY DR. SADAKA YAHYA FADHEL writing for The Saudi Gazette.. This should be good… Israel is planning to trigger a war in the region and has been encouraging the world to take action purportedly to stop Iran from developing nuclear … Continue reading

Will Hezbollah Attack Israel? Only if…

In the middle of a region experiencing unprecedented change, a question lingers: Will Israel attack Iran?  As a result, a flurry of writings have appeared attempting to answer this pertinent question.  A “yes” comes with a list of consequences of which the most troubling is the threat of an escalating regional conflict.  In the middle … Continue reading

Iran cut off from global financial system

BRUSSELS (AP) — Iran was largely cut off from global commerce on Thursday, when the company that handles financial transactions said it was severing ties with many Iranian banks — part of an international effort to discourage Tehran from developing nuclear weapons. The action is meant to enforce European Unionsanctions, as global financial transactions are … Continue reading

Khamenei’s Strength Could Be a Vulnerability

At a time when the international community’s attention is focused on Tehran‘s nuclear program, Iranian politicians are more preoccupied by the country’s increasingly dysfunctional politics. Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei appears to undercutting many government institutions, including the presidency, leaving him more directly in charge. An important indicator of how far this process will go is … Continue reading

Iran Senses Western Weakness

As the clock ticks closer to a nuclear-armed Iran, the Western powers are girding their loins for––more talks. Actually, they’re getting ready to talk to Iran about the conditions for talking some more. EU foreign policy head Catherine Ashton announced that the “P5 + 1” powers (the permanent Security Council membersplus Germany) hoped to persuade … Continue reading

Azerbaijan arrests 22 over Iran plot against Israel, US

Soon.By summer I think.. Azeri National Security Ministry: Suspects cooperated with Iran to carry out attacks on Israeli, US embassies, AFP reports. Officials in Azerbaijan announced the arrest of 22 people suspected of plotting attacks on the Israeli and US embassies in the capital Baku on behalf of Iran, AFP reported Wednesday. “Twenty-two citizens of … Continue reading

Video: Israeli-Iranian debate on CNN

Israel‘s Naftali Bennett, former chief of staff to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, faced off against Iranian writer and former adviser to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hooman Majd, in a CNN debate last week. Bennett, who is also a former Yesha Council director, met with United States politicians and media officials, and made an appearance both … Continue reading

Obama Has Surrendered to Iran.. Already

It’s vital for Americans to realize that Obama has already surrendered the defense of the civilized world.  We know that, because the critical window of opportunity to prevent Iranian nukes has been closing, closing, closing.  The risk of preventive action is getting greater by the day, which means that the optimal time for intervention is … Continue reading