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Search Results for: “Ahmadinejad ” (183 Results)

Ahmadinejad in Abu Musa: Iran’s Lengthening Shadow in the Gulf

In response to the mounting Iranian challenge in the Gulf, the need for American power in the region has only grown. Read More »

Ahmadinejad in Lebanon

Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s visit to Lebanon constitutes an additional stage in the process of the Lebanese state’s collapse. From now on, Hizbullah supporters will find it difficult to argue that theirs is a national Lebanese party operating in the Lebanese reality on behalf of Lebanese objectives. Read More »

Michelle Mazel on La bombe et le Coran, une biographie du president iranien Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (The Bomb and the Koran, a Biography of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) by Michel Taubman

Doctor Strangelove?
La bombe et le Coran, une biographie du president iranien Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (The Bomb and the Koran, a Biography of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) by Michel Taubman, Editions du Moment, 2008, 255 pp. [French]
Reviewed by Michelle Mazel Read More »

Economic and Diplomatic Strategies for Isolating Ahmadinejad and the Iranian Regime

In many ways, people are still fixated on a model of the Middle East that has now become obsolete. For the last quarter of a century we have been in the midst of a conflict with militant Islam, which seeks to assume power and deliver a corrective to the historical decline of Islam and the rise of the West. The first major victory was when the Iranian Ayatollah regime displaced the Shah in 1979. Read More »

Ahmadinejad, Iran, and Holocaust Manipulation: Methods, Aims, and Reactions

The genocidal attacks on Israel and the distortion of Holocaust history should be seen as part of Ahmadinejad’s overall political agenda concerning the West and Israel. They derive from his apocalyptic Islamic ideology. Iranian Holocaust manipulation is therefore likely to continue as long as he is in power. Read More »

Marching for Israel Against Ahmadinejad

On 26 October 2005, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of Iran, made a genocidal call for the elimination of Israel at the “World without Zionism” conference in Teheran. Other speakers were terrorist leaders Hassan Nasrallah of Hizballah and Khaled Mash’al of Hamas. Read More »

Referral of Iranian President Ahmadinejad on the Charge of Incitement to Commit Genocide

Now is the time to avert bloodshed: Ahmadinejad’s incitement deserves an indictment. Read More »

Ahmadinejad’s Incitement to Genocide

Written by Justus Reid Weiner, Esq., with Amb. Meir Rosenne, Prof. Elie Wiesel, Amb. Dore Gold, Irit Kohn, Adv., Amb. Eytan Bentsur, and MK Dan Naveh Read More »

Ahmadinejad Calls for Israel’s Elimination and Declares War on the West: A Case Study of Incitement to Genocide

Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s call for the elimination of Israel led to many condemnations, including from the UN Security Council and the European Union. This censure – though only verbal – differed from the usual Western silence concerning genocidal statements of Iranian leaders in previous years. Possible explanations for the West’s reaction include opposition to Iran’s nuclear program and Iran’s support for terrorism in Iraq. Read More »

Jay Solomon, The Iran Wars: Spy Games, Bank Battles, and the Secret Deals that Reshaped the Middle East

The Iran Wars effectively exposes and criticizes the remarkable naiveté of US policy makers in their approach to the Middle East. Read More »

Rafsanjani’s Death Strengthens the Revolutionary Guards

An ally of President Hassan Rouhani departs the scene Read More »

Matthias Küntzel, Germany and Iran: From the Aryan Axis to the Nuclear Threshold

Küntzel’s book demonstrates that if Iran should acquire nuclear weapons and use them against the Jews of Israel, then Germany will have played a central role in paving the way for the Iranian perpetrators. Read More »

Iran in the Post-Nuclear Deal Era: Iranian Dissidents’ Perspective

Iranian dissidents expect that the Iranian regime will eventually violate the 2015 nuclear deal. Read More »

The Iranian Penetration of Iraqi Kurdistan

The West could push the Kurds into Tehran’s arms Read More »

Iranian Terror and Argentinian Justice: The Case of Alberto Nisman, The Prosecutor Who Knew Too Much

Alberto Nisman was a genuine hero and a brilliant idealist who believed that forces of law can defeat terrorism. Read More »