Tagged with Ruhollah Khomeini

Iran: Leader in Human Rights Violation

by Majid Rafizadeh The Iranian military published a flimsy and unsubstantiated 28-page report this week criticizing human rights in the United States. Intriguingly, the report was supported by the Basij, a militia governmental group that is a leader in human rights violations, according to numerous international organizations. Several of its leaders have been convicted of crimes against … Continue reading

The (Plastic) Key to Understanding Iranian Martyrdom

By Kevin Sullivan The story goes something like this: During the Iran-Iraq War, faced with an invading Iraqi army, the outgunned and overwhelmed Islamic Republic of Iran eventually resorted to “human wave” attacks in order to sweep for land mines and absorb Iraqi heavy artillery. The ruling mullahs embarked on a variety of indoctrination campaigns … Continue reading

Iran:Help Kick Khamenei Off of Facebook

  Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Roozbeh Farahanipour, an Iranian journalist, democracy activist, former political prisoner in Iran and head of Marze Por Gohar Party (MPG), an Iranian opposition party seeking the establishment of a secular republic in Iran. FP: Roozbeh Farahanipour, welcome to Frontpage Interview. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s highest hard-line clerical leader, has … Continue reading

Iranians fall for ‘Pepsi in the moon’ hoax

Thousands of Iranians looked up at the sky in the hopes of seeing the Pepsi logo appear on the moon on Tuesday night, France 24 reported Friday. According to the report, rumors that have gone viral on Iranian websites and social networks in recent days claimed that Pepsi Co. was going to shoot powerful lasers … Continue reading

Jihadist Junket

Three New York City sociology professors traveled all the way to Tehran earlier this year to badmouth their country in front of America’s Islamofascist enemies, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reports. All three are leftists who support the increasingly violent, anti-American, anti-Semitic Occupy Wall Street movement. The Iranian leadership and left-wing groups in … 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

Muslim Antisemitism: What everyone needs to hear

Great read: :Muslim Antisemitism: What My Daughter’s Friend and Ambassador Gutman Need to Know by Richard Landes. One of my daughters recently wrote me about a friend who thought that “most of the Muslim antisemitism in Europe wasn’t based on their dislike of what is going on in Israel and not so much on religion.” … 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

Iran’s pervasive n persistent assaults on human rights

While the world is understandably focused on the threat posed by Tehran’s nuclear weaponization program, we cannot abandon the Iranian people. While the world is understandably preoccupied with the slaughter of innocents in Syria– and when addressing Iran, is concerned primarily with its nuclear threat — Iran’s massive domestic repression has been passing quietly under the … 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

Syria and Assad’s emails

Bashar al-Assad took advice from Iran on how to handle the uprising against his rule, according to a cache of what appear to be several thousand emails received and sent by the Syrian leader and his wife. The Syrian leader was also briefed in detail about the presence of western journalists in the Baba Amr … Continue reading