By Gustav Wynn Leave Iran Alone
Don't be fooled by neocons claiming Obama is too timid on Iran - they unwisely called for attacking Iran in early June! If Ahmadinejad and Bush used eachother as boogeymen to and distract from their failed economic policies, Obama's change in tone may have given the people new courage to resist this needless fear and hatemongering.
Iran Arrests 70 Professors Who Met with Mousavi
The Associated Press – citing a web site close to Mir Hussein Mousavi, the centrist presidential candidate who observers both inside and outside Iran say had the country's June 12 election stolen from him – reported that the professors were arrested shortly after attending a meeting with Mr. Mousavi.
Meet Shah Ali Khamenei
Amid blood in the streets, cries in the rooftops and daggers drawn at silky corridors, the 30-year-old Islamic Revolution in Iran has a date with destiny: the challenge is to finally celebrate the marriage of Islam and democracy. This will be a long engagement though, as the Iranian people slowly wear down the theocratic police state.
By Rowan Wolf
Iran and Change and Context
People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
By Allen L Roland
Ode To The Death Of Neda Agha-Soltan
The bloody video of Neda's violent death on Saturday has circulated in Iran and around the world on the World Wide Web. It has made Ms. Neda Agha-Soltan, a 26-year-old musician, who relatives said was not political, an instant symbol of the Iranian anti-government movement : Allen L Roland
By Robert Parry Iran Divided & the 'October Surprise'
Extensive evidence now exists that Begin's preference for a Reagan victory led Israelis to join in a covert operation with Republicans to contact Iranian leaders behind Carter's back and delay release of the 52 American hostages until after Reagan defeated Carter in November 1980.
By Raymond Budelman
Why Protest in Iran Matters and Why it Doesn't: The Politics of Change in the Middle East
An article attempting to decipher the true meaning of Iran's massive post-election protests.
By Jim Miles
The U.S. and Iran - Long on rhetoric, short on history
While Iran struggles with its internal problems, the U.S. tends to purposely forget its role in the region.
Lawyers prove Saudi Royals Funded 9/11
Lawyers representing the families of the 9/11 victims, expose evidence allegedly proving the Saudi royal family's financial support for al-Qaeda. The Justice department though is said to have destroyed the critically compromising documents, which had leaked to the lawyers.