The West needs to change its policy toward Iran’s murderous regime

The world is at a crossroads with respect to Iran. In its recent sham elections, the mullahs’ regime ruling Iran shed the last vestiges of the democracy façade it has been holding for the past four decades. Regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei facilitated the rise of Ebrahim Raisi, a notorious judge who has the blood of thousands of dissidents and innocents on his hands.

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Will Iran’s new president be held accountable

Much literature has speculated on what his posture will be toward the Biden administration, how he will address Iran’s sagging economy and whether he will succeed Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as Iran’s Supreme Leader.

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Iran fails to explain Uranium traces found at several sites

Iran has failed to explain traces of uranium found at several undeclared sites, a report by the U.N. nuclear watchdog showed on Monday, possibly setting up a fresh diplomatic clash between Tehran and the West that could derail wider nuclear talks.

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One of Hezbollah’s ways of laundering money is through Canada’s casinos

The Canadian federal government has set up a committee to investigate money laundering operations, die through gambling in Casinos in Vancouver and drug smuggling, involving a network affiliated with the Iranian regime and the Hezbollah militia.

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The growing danger of Iran’s missile programs

With so much handwringing over the Biden Administration’s contemplation of rejoining the problem-ridden Iran nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), other issues of international security are being overshadowed.

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The dire situation of Iranian Women’s sports

As Tuesday was the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, what better time to examine the situation of women in sport under in Iran. It turns out that Iranian women are hugely underrepresented in sports, but let’s look at some of the reasons why this might be the case.

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Many of Iraq’s entry points are controlled by groups close to Tehran

Along Iraq’s borders, a corrupt customs-evasion cartel is diverting billions of dollars away from state coffers to line the pockets of armed groups, political parties and crooked officials.

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