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Washington’s Sucker’s Deal with Mullahs Allows Bad Banks Back into the World Financial System

May 13, 2014 Leave a comment

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With a new round of talks underway this week in Vienna, American officials are brimming with optimism concerning the possibility of a nuclear deal by the summer. Worryingly, Iran appears poised to retain essential elements of its military-nuclear infrastructure. But because Tehran will provide just enough in the way of technical concessions to delay its ability to breakout to a nuclear bomb, it’s likely that the White House will unravel the complex sanctions architecture that has kept Iran’s economy on its heels.

History will judge whether the president was right to compromise with a regime that has a long track record of nuclear mendacity.  Read more…

US State Dept’s Report Release: State Sponsors of Terrorism 2013

May 2, 2014 Leave a comment
Bulgaria attack targeted Israelli tourists liked to the Iranian Mullahs-supported Hezbollah

Bulgaria attack targeted Israelli tourists liked to the Iranian Mullahs-supported Hezbollah

There is a contradiction in this report; we all know that the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (Qods Force) was designated as terrorist organization by the US State Department. The question is why in chapter 6 of State Department’s report on terrorism 2013, the name of the IRGC – Qods Force has been deleted from the list of the Foreign Terrorist Organizations!  Has IRGC-QF been delisted? ![DID]

On April 30, 2014, the State Department submitted Country Reports on Terrorism 2013 to the U.S. Congress as required by law. This report, available on www.state.gov/j/ct, provides the Department of State’s annual assessment of trends and events in international terrorism that occurred from January 1 to December 31, 2013. It includes a strategic assessment, country-by-country breakdowns of counter-terrorism efforts, and sections on state sponsors of terrorism, terrorist safe havens, and foreign terrorist organizations. …..

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