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That Time Iran Beat America – What’s Changed?

The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Rio is right around the corner, and Iran is preparing for it in full force after clinching a place in the finals, despite a small setback caused by shrinking socks in the kit supplied

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Posted in Iranian Foreign Relations, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Media Coverage

Argentina & Subversion in Latin America

If there wasn’t so much else going on (especially Syria), the latest news concerning the AMIA investigation should have caused a media earthquake. Pretty big news, actually. This week a 500-page document was submitted by Alberto Nisman, Argentina’s tireless prosecutor

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Posted in Iranian elections, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Other News

Short memories in Argentina

Despite the terror, the Argentinean government seems to be getting closer and closer to the regime in Tehran every day.  For some; this is too much.  Marcos Aguinas, the famous Argentinian author has come out strongly against these irresponsible ‘Chavez-esque’

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Posted in BBC, IRGC, Khamenei, Other News

Iran spreading the love (actually the terror… but we can always hope)

The tentacles are spreading far and wide. An authoritative report has just reconfirmed this. The media got the juicy stuff, but not the gist (why, we’re not sure). Iran’s major front – the global subversive/psychological/ideological campaign – is led by

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Posted in Iranian Internal Issues, Other News
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