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Beware Iran’s dangerous Middle East creep
I do not wish to sound alarmist but after piecing the puzzle together I cannot escape the conclusion that Tehran’s mid-to-long term strategy is not only aimed at dominating the region but also...
Britain must fight fire with fire
When news of the terrorist attack in Manchester first broke, I experienced feelings of sorrow. England, where I have a country home, has always held a special place in my heart. But since soulless...
Iran’s declaration of war must not go unanswered
The pretence has ended. The gloves are off. Iran’s Minister of Defence, Brigadier General Hossein Dehgan, has openly threatened to destroy the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the exception of Mecca and...
Why you should not invest in Iran!
Iran’s President Hassan
is on a drive to attract foreign investment, which he believes is essential for economic health and job creation in a country where more than one in four young people...
Obama’s perfidious parting gift to Iran
President Barack Obama’s emotional farewell speech before a crowd of thousands was another fine example of the type of inspirational oratory that saw him elected eight years ago as President of the...
Western powers shamefully kowtow to Iran
Iran’s treasury is overflowing. President Hassan
, touring European capitals on a shopping spree, is being treated like royalty. Italy was so keen not to offend the sensitivities of their...
Obama’s historical mistake has dire repercussions
The deed has been done. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has confirmed Iran’s compliance with its obligations under the nuclear deal, the key to the lifting of anti-Iranian sanctions.
Iran’s open aggression demands a harsh response
The gloves are off. Not content with boasting that it controls certain Arab capitals and using militias to destabilise others, the Islamic Republic of Iran has passed the point of no return by...
Europe’s unseemly haste to embrace Tehran
The ink hardly dried on the Iran nuclear deal before European countries were racing to seal trade deals and reopen embassies. The mullahs have gone from zero to hero in the blink of an eye....
The Iranian regime nears its sell-by date
As if it wasn’t contemptible enough that Iran’s ayatollahs have been oppressing religious and ethnic minorities ever since they took power in 1979, they are currently attempting to strangle the...
Don’t insult our intelligence, Abdullah Gul!
Turkey, which is currently out of favor with several of its traditional Arab allies, is now apparently cozying-up with Iran, despite differences over the Syrian conflict, as evidenced by Iranian...
America's dalliance with Iran alienates Middle East allies
America’s closest regional allies are reeling from a series of shocks undermining their national security and interests, delivered by the Obama administration. Reports in the mainstream media...
Is the US plotting regional mayhem?
Something’s cooking in the White House and the aroma drifting towards Saudi Arabia, Gulf States and Egypt is far from pleasant. America is one of our closest Western allies, or so we’re meant to...
Tehran's new face on same old murky policies
If anyone seriously believes that Iran’s President-elect Hassan
will be empowered to make a difference, they’re dreaming. The media refers to this conservative Khomeini loyalist cleric as a...
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