Posts Tagged “Iran”

Five issues threaten Israel’s future security April 18, 2021

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Five issues threaten Israel’s future security April 18, 2021

Five issues threaten Israel’s future security April 18, 2021 By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Israel’s act of sabotage on Iran’s central nuclear facility on April 11 raises several questions. Tel-Aviv seems to live in a climate of unusual impunity. It has so far managed to escape punitive consequences for its territorial occupation, displacement of indigenous people…

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Biden repeals Trump “Muslim Ban” from 2017

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Biden repeals Trump “Muslim Ban” from 2017

Biden repeals Trump “Muslim Ban” from 2017 Text of the Executive Order issued by President Joseph Biden revoking the so-called “Muslim Ban” which was imposed by former President Donald Trump in March 6, 2017. Issued Jan. 20, 2021 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION The United States was built on…

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Arab News/YouGov poll sees Biden as being better for Middle East

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Arab News/YouGov poll sees Biden as being better for Middle East

Arab News/YouGov poll sees Biden as being better for Middle East Biden seen as better for the Middle East, but most Arabs want him to shun Obama era policies: Arab News/YouGov poll. Majority of respondents believe both Presidential candidates would be bad for the region. Trump scores higher on Iran policies, but not on Jerusalem move. Containing Iran…

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Member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile Ali Safavi to guest on “The Ray Hanania Radio Show”

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Member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile Ali Safavi to guest on “The Ray Hanania Radio Show”

Member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile Ali Safavi to guest on “The Ray Hanania Radio Show” Member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile will assess the impact of the November 3 Presidential election on the campaign to replace Iran’s religious dictatorship with Democratic institutions on The Ray Hanania Show on Live Detroit Radio Wednesday, Oct. 14,…

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Lebanese should use tragedy to come together, not come apart

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Lebanese should use tragedy to come together, not come apart

Lebanese should use tragedy to come together, not come apart The devastation in Lebanon caused by an explosion of more than 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate deserves a serious investigation. And there first place to look is in the circle of Russian influence including its trerrorist partners Iran, Hezbollah, and Syria. Vladimir Putin’s Russia is…

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Activists urge Iran to suspend death sentences on November protestors

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Activists urge Iran to suspend death sentences on November protestors

Activists urge Iran to suspend death sentences on November protestors Human Rights Activists Call for UN Human Rights Body to Intervene and Urge Iran to Suspend Death Sentences Issued to November Protesters After the recent prison and death sentences for Amirhossein Moradi, Mohammad Rajabi and Saeed Tamjidi imposed after grossly unfair trials which include allegations…

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