TEHRAN (FNA)- Informed sources revealed that Riyadh is holding training courses for 150,000 Saudi, Sudanese, Egyptian and Jordanian forces to prepare them for war in Syria. The Saudi sources told the CNN channel that the 150,000-strong army is now stationed in Saudi Arabia and will soon be dispatched to Syria. They also said that Morocco, […]
Are the “Iran Watchers” diplomats – or spies?
Jim W. Dean – May we continue to get wiser, stronger, and collect a few more scalps this year via our own regime change program, including entities like NATO which needs to be turned inside out and put under the spotlight.
Iran seeks to buy more than 100 aircraft from US aircraft maker Boeing as part of a plan to renovate its commercial aviation fleet, an official says.
Was a secret deal cut between the government of Iran and American extremists in the Republican Party and Pentagon over the recent capture by “accident” of not one but three oddly lost American high technology patrol vessels sailing in the most critical regions of the Persian Gulf?
“The American people are in a very, very sad state right now where corruption has over taken every aspect of our government and there’s really no one or no agency or any part of our government that can be trusted,” Mike Harris told Press TV on Thursday. US reconstruction projects in Afghanistan are “political corruption” […]
Bombing Iran ain’t happening, and there is no indication that it will happen this year or the next. What’s equally worse is that there isn’t a damn thing that Benjamin Netanyahu can do about it.
Jim W. Dean – The Iran nuclear weapons hoax is now carved in stone. The extremist Israelis and their neoCon friends who pushed for the preemptive strike option should be tarred and feathered to make examples of how such people should be treated.
“Based on an approval of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) and the general interests of the Islamic Republic, four Iranian prisoners with dual-nationality were freed today within the framework of a prisoner swap deal,” the office of Tehran prosecutor said.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry met on Saturday prior to the release of IAEA report which is to be published in matter of hours.
Jim W. Dean – In a strange twist of fate, the US is going to be one of Iran’s first commercial customers for its civilian nuclear energy export business by buying 40 tons of heavy water, allowed under the recent P5+1 agreement.
Jim W. Dean – We have been on pins and needles waiting for some kind of a false flag event to be pinned on Iran to hold up implementation of the P5+1 agreement with Iran.
Saudi and Iranian tension is not just about religion or sect, but hegemony over surrounding Islamic world.
Gordon Duff: “Today’s refugee crisis is staged, intended to destroy Europe. The question as always: ‘Who benefits?’”
The actions of erstwhile madmen seem to be dragging the United States back into a Mid East war, reminiscent of 2011.
Iran has accused Saudi Arabia of using warplanes to attack the Iranian embassy in the Yemeni capital Sana’a.
Jim W. Dean – Eurasian countries are now walking a tightrope between economic and political consolidation and regional competition. Will energy pipeline competition really help create peace, or bitter economic rivalries?
Jim W. Dean – Now we know why the Saudi Royal family executed Sheikh al-Nimr this weekend. It would set off anti-Saudi demonstrations all over the world, as cover for an internal crackdown on all dissent and will divert the growing media attention on the Saudis being state sponsors of terror.
Jim W. Dean – Obama throws a monkey wrench into the Iran deal, bushwhacking Iran with new sanctions right after it turned over all of its required reprocessed uranium to Russia in return for yellow cake. The White House now backs off the dumb move.
Jim W. Dean – No country that had long claimed Iran had been working on nuclear weapons ever put a shred of proof on the table. Should we view them as psychological warfare terrorists now?
Selling more oil for less as opposed to less oil for more.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) closed the case with probe into Iran’s past nuclear activities, known as the PMD (possible military dimensions), after a consensus vote by its Board of Governors on Tuesday.
For the last two days, stories of Iran’s withdrawal of elite Republican Guard units from Syria have been run on select media, including some Middle Eastern sites tied to Israeli and British intelligence.
Jim W. Dean – The stupid sanctions policies of the West are going to have huge long term costs in lost export business where arms are a major player.
FARS news is reporting that Turkey has blinked, and is pulling Turkish troops out of Iraq where they have been helping to provide security with ISIL for the oil truck routes. Kurdish troops don’t need to be “trained” by anybody.
Editor’s note: As “King Erdogan” tries to drive a wedge between Russia and Iran… TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaber Ansari reacted to the recent anti-Iran statements of Turkish President Recep Tayyip, and called for Ankara’s mutual respect in bilateral relations, accountability in adopting political stances and avoiding adventurism. Jaber Ansari’s remarks came […]
A nation that has expelled or murdered the majority of its rightful voters, purely on the basis of their ethnic origin, can hardly be called a democracy. “Genocidocracy” would be more like it.
…from SouthFront The ongoing standoff between Iran and Saudi Arabia is one of the most important factors shaping the military and political situation in the Middle East. The relations between these countries could be described as a cold war in Lebanon, Iraq and Bahrain and as, at least, a proxy war in Syria and Yemen. […]