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Huge anti-regime protests in Iran. Is this the start of a revolution?

Quite incredible news is coming out of Iran. There have been huge protests in the streets of Tehran and elsewhere, protesting against the regime not only for its mis-management of the economy but against the repression of Iranian citizens by … Continue reading

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Bravo Canada!

Of all the nations of the free world, only Canada has the principles, the gumption and the courage of its convictions to do what’s right regarding Iran, and on Friday it severed diplomatic relations with Tehran. Canada’s Conservative government said … Continue reading

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Not quite Good News Friday

Following the outrage at UN chief Ban Ki-Moon’s visit to Tehran to attend the opening of the Non-Aligned Movement summit, some slightly better news emerges from there to mitigate Ban’s attendance when he issued a stinging rebuke to the Ayatollahs … Continue reading

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Backlash against Ban Ki-Moon for planning to attend NAM opening in Tehran

Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the UN, is planning to attend the opening session of the Non Aligned Movement (NAM) in Tehran next week, incurring great criticism from several, some unexpected, quarters. As Foreign Policy magazine writes: For weeks, the … Continue reading

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Yet another Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated

It looks like one of the more dangerous jobs today is being a nuclear scientist in Iran. Yet another scientist was killed today in a mysterious bomb blast in Tehran. Iranian media reported Wednesday that a university professor was killed … Continue reading

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Britain and Iran close embassies, mutually expel ambassadors

Poor old Britain. I can almost feel sorry for her, trying to walk a tightrope in its relations with the totalitarian theocratic regime in Iran, wanting to maintain a diplomatic relationship with the Ayatollahs on the one hand, especially in … Continue reading

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