Category Archives: Iran

Saudis Will Build Nukes If Tehran Does [Flashback]

“We will do whatever it takes to protect our people. We have made it clear that if Iran acquires a nuclear capability, we will do everything we can to do the same.” Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir “Soon after Khan’s admission … Continue reading

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Will Trump Target Iran? [UPDATE]

“I would not have made [the Iran Nuclear Agreement], but we will not get a great deal out of ending it now.” Henry Kissinger — Former U.S. Secretary of State “President Obama’s approach has bought Israeli more time than any military strike … Continue reading

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Trump Aides Hired Israeli Spooks

“The idea was that people acting for Trump would discredit those who were pivotal in selling the [Iran nuclear] deal, making it easier to pull out of it.” Unnamed source “These are extraordinary and appalling allegations but which also illustrate … Continue reading

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Flashback — When Belgium Exported Nuke Tech to Iran

“Having not correctly informed the competent authorities or its superior ministry, the [Belgian] state security service assuredly failed in its mission to provide information to the authorities and proved itself inefficient. (…) The service has not told the entire truth … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Professor Ahmadreza Djalali Arrested in Iran On Espionage Charges

“The indisputable fact is that Dr. [Masoud] Ali-Mohammadi was martyred on January 12, 2010, at least three months before European agents approached me in the spring of 2010. This was even mentioned in the TV program based on my montaged … Continue reading

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Robert A. Levinson — FBI Statement on Anniversary of His Disappearance [March 9 2007]

“We share our deepest sympathy with his family which has suffered from his absence for over a decade. We will not rest until the Levinson family is whole again. Iran committed to cooperating with the United States to assist us … Continue reading

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Ahmadreza Djalali — Iran Ambassador To Belgium : “Death Sentence Decision Not Final” [UPDATE]

“The indisputable fact is that Dr. [Masoud] Ali-Mohammadi was martyred on January 12, 2010, at least three months before European agents approached me in the spring of 2010. This was even mentioned in the TV program based on my montaged … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Harvard’s Alan Dershowitz Just Confirmed ‘October Surprise Conspiracy Theory’

“Mr Karrubi agreed in the second Madrid meeting to cooperate with the Reagan campaign about the timing of any hostage release. In return, he was promised that the Reagan Administration, once in office, would return Iran’s frozen assets and help … Continue reading

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Iran Defense Official : “West Sent Lizards as Nuclear Spies”

“We found out that their skin attracts atomic waves and that they were nuclear spies who wanted to find out where inside the Islamic republic of Iran we have uranium mines and where we are engaged in atomic activities.” Hassan … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Former CIA Director John McLaughlin Tells a Whopper: “We don’t blow up civilian airliners…”

“We don’t blow up civilian airliners up in the air…” Former CIA Director John McLaughlin “The number, 655, is a flight number: Iran Air 655. If you’ve never heard of it, you’re far from alone. But you should know the … Continue reading

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