Concealed confidential Addendum reveals: A Nuclear Iran is possible within a Decade

The press was reeling in mid-July from the revelation that major restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program will be eased five years before the nuclear deal is through, after the Associated Press revealed an addendum to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of

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Recaps of Nuke Deal’s 1st Year List Failures, Not Triumphs

Media recaps looking back at the year since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), otherwise known as the nuclear deal, signed into reality on July 14th last year, have not found many reasons to declare the agreement a triumph.

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On The High Seas, ‘Moderate’ Iran as Hostile as Ever

As if we needed further confirmation that Iran hasn’t changed, even after the implementation of the nuclear deal with the P5+1, the media supplied it this week – with a volley of reports on the latest naval altercation between Iran

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On ‘Quds Day,’ Iran Chooses Hate Over Rapprochement – Apparently Nothing has Changed

Since 1979, Iran has marked “Quds Day,” a show of hate for Israel, the West, and everything in-between, annually. But this year is different: it is the year in which Iran was supposed to have changed, opened up to the

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Surprise! Iran Illicitly Pursuing Nukes Post-Deal

Even after the nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 was implemented, it was hard to believe Iran would completely cease its sophisticated and underhanded efforts – using front companies, proxies, and more – to develop its nuclear program. Now,

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Iran and Islamic State – More Similar Than Catches the Eye

The horrors of the brutal “caliphate” of the Islamic State – from its slave market to the numerous terrorist attacks it has perpetrated – are documented all over the media, as is its hypocrisy. Iran has tried to present itself

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As FATA Blacklists Iran for money laundering and Terror Financing, Some Outlets Try To Overlook It

What’s stopping Western firms from carrying out deals with Iran wholeheartedly? In previous posts, we have suggested that rather than the existing sanctions (which, of course, were imposed for a reason), it is the Iranian regime itself which is the

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